Stage Coach Chorleywood and Rickmansworth students lit up Watersmeet in support of Peace Hospice Care recently.
Pupils aged from six to 17 years showcased their talents in a special charity gala performance in front of friends and family at the popular local theatre.
They performed a wide array of songs and dances lighting up the theatre and receiving rapturous applause from the audience.
Many older students were so passionate they raced from their Duke of Edinburgh adventures to ensure they made it to the stage on time with the principal even rearranging the show so they could take part.
For the past five years Stagecoach Chorleywood and Rickmansworth has dedicated its fundraising efforts towards Peace Hospice Care.
Stagecoach Performing Arts principal Kitty Gould, said: “It was a magical day for all concerned. Students gained the wonderful experience of performing in a professional venue; shinning on the big stage and supporting each other, whilst giving something back to an important local charity.
“They all worked so hard following our show term to put this together in 10 weeks and I cannot thank my families enough for all their support and I hope that they all enjoyed the afternoon as much as we did.
“Peace Hospice Care is a charity close to our hearts and we’re thrilled to have celebrated our fundraising efforts for them with a bang.”
With 300 principals and 3,000 teachers worldwide, Stagecoach operates over 700 schools and has a presence in eight countries including Canada, Germany, Malta, Spain, Gibraltar, Australia and South Africa.
For more information or to register for their upcoming free musical theatre discovery day on Friday, September 6 from 4.30pm to 5.30pm at Little Green School in Croxley Green please visit the website stagecoach.co.uk/rickmansworth