24 schools collaborate to produce a performance on belonging Solihull Music Service brought 24 schools together, including two special schools, a pupil referral unit in a performing arts project, Ten Tribes, exploring PSHE issues, such as inclusion and belonging. The climax of the project was a show at Birmingham’s Symphony Hall, in which 500 pupils formed a mass choir and dance group, in a stunning performance of a specially written work. This programme follows the pupils from the very beginning of the project as they work alongside media and dance artists. PSHE issues are explored in a creative environment as a new group forms, with pupils from primary and special schools brought together to create dance sequences for the final show. The story of a diverse group of children’s journeys through the emotions of belonging and understanding.

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