Youngsters at Melbourne Community Primary School sang their hearts out to celebrate harvest festival.
The school hall was packed out, as family and friends came to watch the children perform.
The show featured singing, narration, dancing and sign language, along with flute, clarinet and percussion playing. Avril Charlton, from the school, said: “Many congratulations to the children for putting on such a fabulous show, they were great.” A cake stall was held at the school on the day and raised £134 for Marie Curie Cancer Care. Produce donated by children has been sent to Stoneleigh Home for the Elderly in Bielby.