Dance fever grips Freethorpe school as parents are treated to flash mob dance for Red Nose Day
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A whole school united in dance this Red Nose Day, as staff and pupils surprised parents with a flash mob routine.
At 8.55am sharp, Freethorpe Community Primary and Nursery burst out into dance, as it marked the annual charity day for Comic Relieg.
Around 160 children and teachers took spectating parents on a dance-themed journey through the generations, busting moves to songs from Elvis Presley and the Bee Gees, through to Katy Perry. The routine then finished with - what else- Gangnam Style.
The event was organised by the school's PE specialist Dawn George, who -together with the children - spent more than a month perfecting the routine in sessions.
Headteacher Rachel Quick said: 'It was really lovely, the children were brilliant and looked to be really enjoying themselves.
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'We are very lucky to have staff that really run with ideas and turn them into something spectacular.'
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