|Hotham Primary Children Record Song for Charity|
'Keep on Dreaming' will raise funds for the NSPCC
The year 4 classes at Hotham Primary School in Putney have released a song to raise money for the NSPCC.
During the past term, the children have been working on writing and recording a charity single for the final outcome of their REAL Project: ‘Can we distinguish between music and noise?’ The song is now completed and they have decided to call it: Keep on Dreaming.
Some of the children have been invited to appear on Radio Riverside’s news feature on Friday evening.
All of the children contributed lyrics and ideas to the song and they are going to be releasing it on soundcloud and bandcamp. The song can be downloaded from these sites for free (although to download it from soundcloud you have to create an account).
One of the purposes of the project was to raise money for a charity and the children have chosen that the money should go to the NSPCC. They have set a target of £100 and they would really appreciate any donations that people could give them to help them achieve their aim. A ‘just giving’ page has been set up for anyone who is able to make a donation.
This page will be left open for three months and they will share the final total in October.