Convention on the Rights of the Child:Article 29 of the UNCRC underlines our vision as a school:

Children’s education should develop each child’s personality, talents, and abilities to the fullest. It should encourage children to respect others, human rights and their own and other cultures. It should also help them to learn to live peacefully, protect the environment and respect other people.
Young Voices 2018
Every year we take part in the Young Voices concert held at the Genting Arena (NEC) in Birmingham. We had a brilliant evening of singing, dancing and cheering - amazing!
Community Events in December
Charity Carol Singing at the local Co-Opertative
Carol Singing at Two Rivers
Carol Singing at Rodley House
Christmas Concert with Springfield Singers and Cinderford Brass Band
Christmas Tree Festival at St Mary's Church December 2017
The Military Wives Choir, Lydney Town Band and Lydney School Choir
What a wonderful concert. The Lydney Children's Choir of which Severnbanks was highly represented did themselves and the school proud when they participated in the Orchard Trust Concert at the Town Hall.
A big thank you to all of the children and families for supporting us at this event.

Young Voices 2017



Community Events

The choir have been extremely busy in December singing at the Turn on of the lights in Lydney, the Christmas Tree Festival at St Mary’s Church, Carol Singing at Co-Op, Two Rivers Housing and Rodley House. Thank you to Miss Griffiths for teaching you in choir and for Mrs Woods, Mrs Poole and Mrs Challenger accompanying us on our outings.


Our Visit to ‘The Royal Albert Hall’

52 pupils and adults from Severnbanks School went to The Royal Albert Hall in London to watch the Primary Proms concert. It was absolutely amazing; a fantastic experience for all pupils and adults.

The London Primary Prom concerts provide children aged 4-11 with the opportunity to experience live music making in one of the world’s most famous concert halls.

Presenting dynamic, vibrant and eclectic performances by talented young musicians, these concerts aim to inspire and motivate the next generation of music-makers.

The highlight of the concert was taking part in the Massed Ensemble piece singing ‘World in Union’; part of Gustav Holst ‘The Planets’ from the middle section of Jupiter; along with the orchestra, choirs and audience at the Albert Hall.