St Paul’s Catholic Primary School choir represent the Highlands in Sydney

The St Paul's Catholic Primary School choir members: (top left to right) Sarah Reynods, Molly McKeon, Henriette Hayman, Poppy Luker, Ayessa Cecilo, Charlie Woolfrey, Kate Darch, (bottom left to right) Rachael Grosvenor, Jade Moses, Isabella Stewart, Aaliyah Berry, Flynn Casely and Zach Moses. Photo: Supplied.
The St Paul's Catholic Primary School choir members: (top left to right) Sarah Reynods, Molly McKeon, Henriette Hayman, Poppy Luker, Ayessa Cecilo, Charlie Woolfrey, Kate Darch, (bottom left to right) Rachael Grosvenor, Jade Moses, Isabella Stewart, Aaliyah Berry, Flynn Casely and Zach Moses. Photo: Supplied.

Alongside 23 other schools from NSW, St Paul’s Catholic Primary School choir sang in the annual Celebration Sing Out at Sydney’s historic Town Hall.

On Sunday, October 29 the choir performed to a crowd of hundreds, supported by nearly 800 other singers and an 80 piece symphony orchestra. 

They sang tunes including Here Comes the Sun, Flooding Rains, Corner of the Sky, We Will, Hallelujah and Fields of Gold.

More than $25,000 was raised from the event, with all proceeds going to the Music Therapy Unit at Westmead Children’s Hospital.

The funds will help purchase more instruments and pay highly trained therapists to support sick children in hospital.  

Celebration Sing Out has previously raised more than $500,000 for different medical programs for children.