Friday 28 November was an amazing day, the culmination of a year's effort by children around the world in learning the new Friday Afternoons songs with performances in school halls, churches, and in one case the Norway Centre for Rock Music.
Here are some of the highlights of this year's event:
Tom Service previewed the event in The Guardian calling it "a manifestly and undeniably Good Thing"
Queen's College Preparatory School were lucky enough to be invited onto BBC's In Tune programme to perform a couple of this year's songs live on the radio:
If you live in the UK, you can listen back to the whole programme via the BBC Iplayer.
On the day itself we had choirs all over the UK and abroad taking part, with choirs in Greece, Norway, Brussels and the United States also involved.
Excitingly, several schools agreed to live-stream their events during the day, along with our own event taking place in Snape Maltings Concert Hall.
The first event to stream was the St Catherine's School in Athens; you can listen back to their performance here:
Meanwhile at Snape, preparations were underway for the event in Snape Maltings Concert Hall:
Just after 12.00pm our live stream here in Snape began
You can watch the Snape Maltings Concert Hall event back here:
Soon after things got underway here in Snape, it was the turn of Brussels to begin:
Watch the live stream of Brussels here:
With Brussels and Snape coming to a close, the next live stream from Queen's College Preparatory School in London was about to start:
Watch Queen's College live stream
Soon after Queen's College finished, St Wilfrids College in Wigan were getting ready to start their stream:
Watch St Wilfrid's performance:
And we were lucky enough to have a performance from Norway, which you can see here:
Many thanks to all schools and groups who took part. We're delighted that this brand new set of songs was so enthusiastically taken on and has inspired so many of you to learn more about singing and to sing together which is what Friday Afternoons is all about. If you haven't yet taken part in Friday Afternoons, all the learning resources for this year's and last year's songs are still available on the site; whether or not you are able to take part in our annual day, the songs are fun way to get young people singing together.
2015 will see a whole new set of songs, and the return of our annual singing day in November. Look out for an announcement early in the new year - to keep updated on new developments, you can follow us on twitter or just sign up for an account on our website.
Until next year, keep on singing!