We meet the brilliant Barnacle Buoys singers (by Holly and Grace, aged 10)

By Holly and Grace, Jill Dando News

The Barnacle Buoys visited Castle Batch Primary School in February and they sang for the year two children and informed them about the fantastical Bristol.

They did this so they could learn about their local community. Our Jill Dando News reporters Holly and Grace, both aged 10, went to find out more.

Barnacle Buoys is a non-profit group of acapella sea shanty singers based in North Somerset. 

Instead of asking for money, all they asked is that all the parents made a small donation to the RNLI. 

The school asked them to perform as the children are learning about beat and rhythm in their music lessons. 

The students are also learning about Brunel in their history and Barnacle Buoys helped them achieve an incredible understanding of the topic. 

We hope that the Barnacle boys continue to help young minds learn.

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