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Outstanding 100% Success for Flintshire Music Service

Published: 22/12/2014

Flintshire Music Service pupils achieved astounding marks in their latest Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music and Trinity College of London, Rock and Pop examinations. Pupils were examined across a wide range of instruments and voice. All pupils passed the examinations with almost half of the candidates receiving the very highest accolade; passing with distinction. Councillor Chris Bithell, Cabinet Member for Education, said: These are fantastic results. Flintshire Music Service is an established and flourishing partnership between schools, parents, pupils and the Local Authority. The Music Service has long had a reputation for high quality instrumental and vocal tuition and these latest set of results show that these high standards are being maintained. Aled Marshman, Manager of the Service said: I am extremely proud of the talent shown by Flintshires young musicians and the quality of the teaching offered by Flintshire Music Service. This year I am delighted to say that over 1500 pupils have received tuition from the Service and over 350 pupils attended their weekly after school rehearsals known as Music School.