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Pupils from primary school in harlesden hit the right notes

PUBLISHED: 12:35 20 June 2013 | UPDATED: 12:35 20 June 2013

John Keble CE Primary who have been named the best primary school choir in Brent 2013

John Keble CE Primary who have been named the best primary school choir in Brent 2013

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Choir at John Keble CE Primary School are named the best in Brent

A school in Harlesden have been singing while winning after being named the borough’s best primary school choir.

John Keble CE Primary School in Crownhill Road scooped the Platinum Award and trophy after seeing off competition from 15 other schools.

The school impressed with their rendition of “Joyful, Joyful - Lord We Adore Thee” in the style of Sister Act 2. Their performance, which featured soloists and singing in parts, earned them top prize and a a cup and certificate.

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