St. Joseph’s RC Primary School in Thame held its annual musical performance to showcase the student’s musical diversity.
The pupils sang and played instruments and joined in with the orchestra. There was a presentation of the Tony Brabbin Music Awards in the afternoon.
Mr Brabbin was a governor of the school for 30 years and an advocate for music and the arts.
His widow, Alison Brabbin (pictured) presented the cup for singing to David Watson and the plate for best instrumental to Lawrence Castle who plays the trumpet.