Students at Croxley Danes School put on a spectacular production of Bugsy Malone this month for its first ever school show.
Over 60 students took part in the production showing fantastic acting, superb direction and more splurge guns and custard pies than have been seen this side of New York City.
Speaking at the end of the final night on Friday, headteacher, Stephen Thompson, paid tribute to the work of the school’s only Performing Arts teacher, Amanda Elliott, who masterminded the whole performance.
He said he was very “proud” of the students who had been working tirelessly for several months.
Parents took to social media to praise the production writing: “Amazing show. Well done to all the gorgeous boys and girls, and all the teachers involved, Ms Elliott, take a bow!”
The school is now looking forward to welcoming its new cohort of students who join the school next term and to meeting primary school pupils looking for a secondary school place at its Open Evenings in September.