Steel pans make it to one London school's curriculum

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Steel pans make it to one London school's curriculum

One school in Dulwich is making a massive racket - in the form of steel pans.

The Trinidadian drums are now officially on the schools curriculum and they plan to take part in a huge contest later in the year.

We visited the very noisy music room at Goose Green Primary to see why they think these instruments are vital for education.

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