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“Julie’s music inspires children and adults alike and it has been a privilege to have been chosen as the first school to trial her work. The lyrics support a wide range of social, emotional and moral aspects of learning for life but often include Julie’s unique gift of humour within the content. I am sure that these much loved songs will be sung in our school for many years to come.”
Wendy Seeley, Former Head Teacher, Midfield Primary School, Orpington, Kent.

“Julie Newcombe’s music is very well written for children. The songs are accesible for non specialist teachers, with a subject matter children can relate to and, above all, enjoyable to sing”
Jessica Rabin, Primary Advisory Teacher, Bromley.

“I found the songs very well-written, with a wide range of styles to suit everyone, and above all, some of the songs were very moving. Thank you Julie for this wonderful contribution to the musical lives of today’s children.”
Music Therapist, Bristol.

" My class thoroughly enjoyed learning one of your songs and we ended up performing it to the whole school. The words get the message across very effectively and the song is really good fun to sing."
Clare Yarker, Teacher, Carlisle

"I liked it because it made me feel good to be me. The tune was nice and I liked the chorus best because the words were really good."
Ellie, aged 6, Birmingham.

"We are a Bromley school and were delighted and privileged to have sung and performed one of Julie's songs, 'Soar', recently. The children learnt to sign the song as well and thoroughly enjoyed singing it, as did the staff! The words were great, very meaningful and relevant and the music was a great compliment to the words. Well done Julie. We look forward to singing more of your songs in the future."

"The children have enjoyed listening to and learning some of the songs from the publication,'New Adventures.' As a school we find the songs fit in very well with the SEAL curriculum."

Head Teacher, West Yorkshire.

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