IT WAS a school production that has been hailed supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.

Students from Winton Community Academy took on the classic musical Mary Poppins for their end of year show.

Welcoming its largest cast to date, actors and stage crew spent spent months rehearsing to bring their own take of the Disney film to the stage.

Throughout their rehearsals pupils worked hard to mesh together “complicated and demandng” singing, acting and dancing to ensure the show was performed at the highest standard that the school has come to expect.

This year’s cast was also one of the youngest with more than half drawn from Year 7 and 8.

And for some budding actors it was also their very first school production, including Mary Poppins herself played by the very talented Pinar Okur.

There were also notable performances from Katy Smith, who is fast gaining a reputation for the quality she brings to her roles, and Roman Pitman who brought his own quirky style to the character of George.

A spokesman for the school said: “Of course, it goes without saying that every single student in the cast, the backstage crew and the technical crew all worked together to work their magic once again.

“Well done to them all for delivering such a fantastic show once again, I cannot wait to see what they do next year under the direction of Miss Franklin as she takes over the lead for visual and performing arts.”