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Estimated costs: Please contact iSingPOP
Suggested frequency: Annually
Hosted by: Church and School.
Activity: Music
Author: iSingPOP
Published: 17/11/2015


iSingPOP is Innervation Trust's primary school singing and recording project. We give thousands of children the chance to learn an amazing set of specially written pop songs, record their very own album and perform a fantastic concert in the local church.

The team behind iSingPOP have over 20 years of experience managing and producing music for bands and schools teams including thebandwithnoname, The World Wide Message Tribe, tbc, BeBe Vox, Pop Connection, Shine, V*enna, and many others.


iSingPOP supports a broad and balanced curriculum and provides a highly positive, memorable experience with rich opportunities for high quality learning. The project supports OFSTED’s focus on the Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural (SMSC) Development of children and adds strength to a school’s overall effectiveness.

The songs are extremely catchy, fun to learn and are in a current style that the kids love.They are written from a Christian perspective and they tackle important relevant issues such as Love, Prayer, Friendship, Respect, Role Models, Caring for others, Social Justice and Forgiveness.


"We strongly endorse this initiative and encourage schools and parishes to engage positively with it." Canon Maurice Smith CB, Director of Education, Manchester Diocese.

"How wonderful to see the church, school and community partnership in action. I watched the faces of the children and of the adults - they were totally involved, moving and singing along with the songs clearly based on Christian values. The energy and enthusiasm was infectious. I can thoroughly recommend this project!" Ann Mundy, Director Of Education, Worcester Diocese.

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