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While nearly half the girls surveyed for the campaign say they sing regularly in the school playground, this applies to barely a fifth of boys.
The only time most boys admit to singing at school is in assembly, when it is all but compulsory, and even then fewer than half do so.
But the example of Lambeth's Kingswood Primary School belies a reality music teachers and choirmasters have been battling to change for years: that fewer and fewer boys are willing to sing, and even those who start out keen have a tendency to stop when they reach puberty.