Stour Valley Community School in Clare recently showcased its first ever dance show to a full house.
The show on March 12 was deemed to be a huge success and involved more than 100 talented students from across all the school’s year groups.
There were whole class dances to solo performances which were all created during dance lessons, lunchtimes and the period six Dance Club.
The accompanying music for the show ranged from Grease to Simon & Garfunkel to Sam Smith.
The mum of one of the cast, Amy Noad, said: “My husband and I really enjoyed the dance show.
“It was really impressive, vibrant, energetic and full of talent. One of the best school performances we have seen. It was beautifully put together.”
Derek Blake, a governor of the school said: “I thought it was terrific. It was a very slick show that zinged along with some great accompanying music and outstanding performances from the students.”
Much credit must go to Emma Lee, head of dance and Claire Cutter who helped to choreograph the pieces along with a big thank you to Oliver Bell who edited the music for the show.
The Cavendish Road school is now going to make this an annual event and is looking to put an ever bigger and better show on next year.