King’s School Gloucester celebrates 50 years of girls

His Royal Highness the Duke of Gloucester KG GCVO attended a special service at the King’s School yesterday to celebrate 50 years of teaching both boys and girls. A special commemorative service was held in The Cathedral. The Duke was welcomed by Mr David Morton, Headmaster and Mrs Anne Haas, Head of Junior School and … Continue reading →

Celebrating Choral Partnership Initiatives

Singing teachers involved in a wide variety of choral partnerships with local schools got together in June for a great training session. Very engaging speakers left them buzzing, full of new ideas and looking forward to the new academic year now underway! As CSA Chairman, Neil Chippington says: “CSA is proud of the many programmes … Continue reading →

Truro School Joins CSA

CSA is delighted to welcome Truro School as its latest full member. From this September it will be educating all 18 boy choristers and the 18 girl choristers who sing alongside the 12 adult professional singers in Truro Cathedral. The school, with 1037 pupils from pre-prep to sixth form, is the largest coeducational independent school … Continue reading →

Jonathan Milton Retires from Westminster Abbey Choir School

This summer we say ‘farewell’ to Jonathan Milton after nearly 18 years as Headmaster of Westminster Abbey Choir School. CSA will miss him as a colleague, a long-serving Committee Member and our Chairman from 2007-2009. Jonathan’s passion for music started at an early age and just like his young charges he started singing in a … Continue reading →

Groundbreaking Scheme at St Paul’s Cathedral School!

St Paul’s Cathedral School started the construction of a new boarding house for choristers in July. The new facility, built over three floors including staff accommodation, will provide much needed modern accommodation for one of the world’s finest choirs. The project is part of a larger scheme which will include the creation of new classroom … Continue reading →

Congrats to ECS ‘excellent’ in all areas

Inspectors were impressed with the ‘confidence and resilience’ of Exeter choristers as they went about their duties when they visited Exeter Cathedral School in May. The team from the Independent School Inspectorate (ISI) praised the School’s overall educational quality and awarded it ‘excellent’ in all areas. The ISI Inspection viewed the independent day and boarding … Continue reading →

Make Music Day Celebrated at St Paul’s

St Paul’s Cathedral is participating in Make Music Day 2019 by hosting an Organ Day for 100 primary school children. The children, from St John’s Walham Green and Meridian Angel Primary Schools, have taken part in the Cathedral’s music outreach in this academic year. The children will be part of the performances throughout the day … Continue reading →

Kings Ely Juniors at St Paul’s

KING’S Ely Junior’s Chamber Choir is on a high after having the opportunity to sing Evensong at St Paul’s Cathedral, London. The 35-strong choir, made up of boys and girls from Years 5 to 8, travelled to the capital for the service on June 3rd. On the service sheet Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis by Herbert … Continue reading →

Hereford Cathedral Choir take part in D Day Commemoration

Hereford Cathedral Choir are travelling home from France after taking part in four separate D Day Commemoration events and services over two days including the Service of Remembrance in Bayeux Cathedral and the act of commemoration at the Commonwealth war Graves Commission’s War Cemetery. Early today (Thursday 6 June) saw the choir singing in the … Continue reading →

SW Hockey Team Selection for Exeter Cathedral School Pupils

Congratulations to Three Exeter Cathedral School pupils who have been picked to play for the West Panthers Hockey Club: an established club that selects talented hockey players from across the Southwest. Emily J (Year 7), centre forward, and Isabella P-J (Year 8), defender, have been selected to represent the Panthers in the Cup Tournament while … Continue reading →

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