Hi everyone, I enjoy leading singing sessions with my year 8 and 9 classes and usually manage to achieve a lot. However, on occasion there are a handful of pupils who deliberately sing badly and very loudly. A few of these have unusually deep voices (they are all girls) and may simply be struggling with the tessatura and I can address this. The repertoire is diverse and appealing to the majority of the girls but in one class I am convinced that a girl is attention seeking by singing badly and loudly. Does anyone have any tips for turning this situation into something more satisfactory for the class and for me? The girl in question is frequently on report and is known as a bit of a trouble maker around school. Thanks.