A SCHOOL near Whitchurch is set to enjoy top-notch music lessons thanks to more than £2,000 of financial aid from a charity.

The Higher Wych School Charity has agreed to provide over £2000 of financial support this year to boost the provision of top-class music lessons for all pupils at Bronington Primary School.

The funds will enable the school to tap into the resources of the award-winning Wrexham Music Co-operative, who will work with the children on a developing hands-on musical programme throughout the year.

Headteacher Emma Jones said: “Music is so important to the life of the school, and we are grateful to the charity for enabling us to promote it further.”

Philip Godsal, Chairman of Trustees of the Higher Wych School Charity, handed a cheque for £2,145 to Chair of Governors Steve Swinden, alongside Headteacher Emma Jones, and Year 6 school ambassadors Emily and Amelia.

Mr Godsal was given a tour of the school, including the well-equipped music room, and was impressed by what he saw.

He said: “With the school’s enthusiasm and focus, and our charity’s continuing support, I am confident that together we will enrich the musical experiences of every pupil.

“The Higher Wych School Charity is delighted to be supporting the development of music at Bronington School.”