The Courier’s much-loved Song for Christmas competition is back for another year
Schools across Calderdale have been working hard on their singing performances as they aim to earn the top spot in this year’s competition.
Last year’s winner was Withinfields Primary School, Southowram, but it faces stiff competition from the fantastic entries we have had this year.
Don’t miss the pictures of schools taking part and your voting coupon, which will appear in the paper in the first two weeks of January.
The competition is sponsored by Harveys of Halifax department store, which has kindly offered prize money for this year’s winning school.
The winning school will rceive a £250 prize.
The runner-up will receive £150 and third place will get £100.
And on Christmas Eve, we’ll be announcing our very own Song for Christmas ‘Number 1’ - the video with the most page views.
So get sharing your video to climb up the leaderboard. We’ll publish our first chart tomorrow afternoon so you can see how your school is doing.
Click on the links below to listen to your school’s entry.
Elland CE J,I and N School, Elland
Fernley Lee Primary School, Todmorden
Foxhill Primary, Queensbury
Hipperholme Grammar Junior School, Hipperholme
Rastrick Indepemdemt School, Rastrick
Rawson J,I &N School, Halifax
Sacred Heart Catholic Voluntary Academy, Sowerby Bridge
Sowerby Village CE Primary School, Sowerby
St Andrew’s CE Infant School, Brighouse
St Augustine’s CE J&I Scholl, Halifax
St John’s Primary Academy, Clifton
St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School, Halifax
St Malachy’s Catholic Primary, Ovenden
St Michael and All Angels CE School, Shelf
Warley Town School, Halifax
Whitehill Academy, Illingworth
Withinfeilds Primary School, Southowram
Woodbank School, Mytholmroyd