Bath schoolchildren get in step at Mid Somerset Inclusive Music Festival
Schoolchildren from mainstream and specialist schools have celebrated north American music and culture in Bath.
This year's Mid Somerset Inclusive Music Festival saw youngsters from Three Ways School, St Martin's Garden Primary School, Fosse Way School, The Margaret Coates Centre and Combe Down Primary come together for a fun-packed morning.
They took part in a line dancing workshop led by Lucy Thyne, of Elm Dance, in the Three Ways school hall, which involved more than 100 pupils and staff dancing in unison to the sounds of some country music classics.
Bristol-based beatbox artist Vid Warren gave the children a demonstration of his vocal percussive skills, while vocal coach Tim Parker was on hand to deliver singing workshops.
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Three Ways assistant head Ben Edwards said the event had been a success.
He said: "This year's festival has shown that there is nothing quite like music to create a universal playing field where each and every child can work together and flourish in their own unique way."