Hoolybus – Cornish song book and CD for primary schools

Funded by Vocal Force, part of Sing Up, the 2 year Lev Krev Kernow project brought people together to share skills and resources in song leading and Cornish Music.

This second book in the Lev Krev series is designed specifically for primary school children and is full of activities to help teaching across the curriculum.

      32 songs including rounds, chants, rhymes, worksongs, carols and Cornish language songs.
      Music notation, harmonies, chords, lyrics and translations
      Musical ideas, cross curricular links and sources for further information
      Material tried and tested in 13 schools across Cornwall by teaching professionals as part or their Lev Krev training programme (2009-2011)
      An accompanying learning CD featuring children from all the schools and Cornish pronunciation.
      Full colour pages with photos and illustrations

Available direct from Fenten for just £15 (plus £1.50 p&p):

Please send a cheque payable to Hilary Coleman along with your name and address to:
Chy Ambel, Tregajorran, Carn Brea, Redruth, TR15 3YX. Alternatively email: hilary-fenten@hotmail.co.uk or phone 01209 313233

‘This book is an amazing resource for Cornish schools. At last teachers have a wealth of Cornish songs that they can use with their children, including cross-curricular links and musical ideas. This book provides the means with which our children can develop a love of the Cornish history and traditions’
Kath Matthews (Music AST)

‘The book is fantastic and we are really proud to see ourselves in print!  Feed back from staff is that there is such a lot in the book and that it will be really useful.’
Perranporth Primary School

‘ITS AMAZING!! I really like the different coloured pages, the layout and the photos. The pages are so easy to get inspired by and all the website links are there! The book gives you a real sense of being able to use it to dig up so much more information and then at the same time, it gives you all you need if you don’t want to research more!’
Primary school teacher