"To write and record a song for such a global event is no easy task but they have proved more than capable. The Glasgow Games are going to be amazing and the city has plenty to shout about right now."
Lulu to perform Commonwealth Games charity single at No10 Downing Street
The band, who call themselves East 40, are made up of young people aged between three and 17 who go to St Anne's Primary and nine schools in the St Mungo's Learning Community.
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Michelle said: "I've had a great time and the best part was getting to see inside No10 Downing Street.
Heidi said: "It's been amazing, especially performing for Lulu. She seemed to love it and I was singing my heart out."
The youngsters also got the chance to perform an acoustic version of their song at the Unicef offices in the capital.
The VIP treatment didn't stop there as the kids were shown around some of London's landmarks on a red bus.
Louise said: "I'm so proud of the kids, they have done an incredible job and it's not every day that you can say you got to sing with a pop star like Lulu.
The singer joined the kids as they belted out Let the Games Begin, which they wrote for the event with the help of Franz Ferdinand and The Vaccines.
As well as dazzling at Downing Street, the East 40 youngsters were treated to a private tour of the House of Lords before giving an exclusive performance Air Max 95 Tennis Ball of their song to Lord Jack McConnell, Glasgow East MP Margaret Curran and Baroness Margaret Air Max 180 High
A GROUP of schoolchildren from Glasgow's east end had plenty to shout about yesterday after performing their Commonwealth Games charity single with Lulu at No10 Downing Street.
The idea of using the song to support Unicef's work came after headteacher Louise Hamilton and principal teacher Marie Hamilton from St Anne's met the charity's representatives to share the story behind the school's long running choir.
They were also guests of honour at St James's Palace in London, where they sang in front of dignitaries during the Commonwealth Choir and Orchestra event.
Yesterday, the group travelled to London courtesy of Virgin Trains to give a special performance of the Glasgow 2014 Unicef song outside No10.
month, said: "I'm so impressed. The song is terrific. The children have done a superb job and should be very proud.
Heidi Smith, nine, and Michelle Mastika, 11, loved every minute of the two day trip.
Lulu will lead a line up of performers including Eddi Reader, Rab Noakes and Roddy Hart The Lonesome Fire at the Glasgow Green gala opening.
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