PUPILS from South Farnham School joined thousands of their contempories from across the UK to perform at the O2 Arena alongside some special musical guests.

On February 4, Year 5 and 6 pupils sang in the largest children’s choir in the world, Young Voices.

Performing alongside 7,000 other children across the UK, pupils sang a range of songs including Any Dream Will Do and songs from Moana and The Greatest Showman.

They also provided the backing voices for Tony Hadley, from Spandau Ballet, as well as Sharlene Hector, who is the lead singer of Basement Jaxx.

The concert was sold out with many parents attending to watch the celebrity appearances as well as to hear their own child sing.

Jessica Abdul-Salam, performing arts and music leader at the school, said: “It was wonderful to be a part of such a memorable performance.

“The inspirational messages from the celebrities about perseverance and being the best you can be really showed the true spirit of performing arts in education. Having worked so hard all year, it was spectacular to see it all come to together in a choir of 7,000 young performers embracing their love of music.”