Doncaster pupils among charity record breakers

Children at Park Primary School take part in the Sign2Sing World record breaking attempt.  Picture: Liz Mockler D1719LM
Children at Park Primary School take part in the Sign2Sing World record breaking attempt. Picture: Liz Mockler D1719LM
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doncaster pupils helped to smash a world record by signing and singing at the same time.

Children from schools across the borough were among 130,000 participants who took part in the sign2sing event to raise money for SignHealth, the national healthcare charity for deaf people.

Children at Kirk Sandall Infant school are pictured taking part in the Sign to Sing event. Picture: Marie Caley D3282MC

Children at Kirk Sandall Infant school are pictured taking part in the Sign to Sing event. Picture: Marie Caley D3282MC

Over 500 schools across the country helped make the annual event a success.

SignHealth is a charity working to support profoundly deaf children, young people and adults throughout the UK, whose first language is not English but British Sign Language.

And schools can already sign up for next year’s event at http://www.sign2sing.org.uk/register-your-school

Children at Stonehill School take part in the Sign to Sing World record attempt.  Picture: Liz Mockler D1736LM

Children at Stonehill School take part in the Sign to Sing World record attempt. Picture: Liz Mockler D1736LM