Entire primary school unites in dance with second flash mob of the year
- Credit: Nick Butcher
A whole school came together in dance as they reprised an activity from Red Nose Day.
Pupils from Freethorpe Primary School took part in their second flash dance of the year, as they joined staff in a fun routine set to music from across the decades.
It followed the successful dance they put on to mark Red Nose Day and saw pupils put on four separate performances on the playground for parents, grandparents and carers to enjoy.
It was the third time children have learned flash mob routines, in what has become an annual whole school event.
Dawn George, who organised the dance, said: 'All the children staff enjoyed themselves and it made everyone smile - including those watching.'
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Pupil Ellie said: 'It was very good fun because the whole school was doing something together.'
Fellow pupil Olivia added: 'It is something to remember the school by and was spirit-lifting.'
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