YouTube star turned singer Conor Maynard visited Patcham High School yesterday to launch the new Children In Need Project, Big Spotacular. A selection of students were randomly picked to interview him and one of our pupils, Paris performed for him when he arrived.
Students asked him for his advice on how pupils could fundraise for Children In Need to which he replied, “I like the one about the spotty cakes because I love a cake! You can dress up in a spotty costume or try space hopper racing.”
The topic quickly turned onto his music and personal life with students asking about his favourite covers and even what car he drives.
Conor said: “It’s been such a fun day, I’ve loved chatting with everyone about their spotty ideas to help raise money for BBC Children in Need. I hope everyone across the UK gets involved and does what they can to help fundraise for the good cause!”
You can read more about his visit in the Argus here.
Photos by Mr Brown and The Argus