FROM The Lion King to Pink Panther, a host of spectacular routines wowed audiences at a school’s annual show.

Clere School hosted its dance showcase on February 5, with more than 100 students from various year groups taking part.

The showcase was an opportunity for pupils to show their parents and carers what they had been creating within their dance lessons and curriculum enrichment lessons.

The majority of the students had one lesson a week for six weeks to create the dances and they were praised for their “dedication and willingness to learn”.

On the night more than 300 spectators gathered at the school to watch the showcase, which included nine dances.

There were routines from The Lion King, Thriller, Ghost Dance by Christopher Bruce, Military, Pink Panther and Pirates of the Caribbean, while some a had a street dance twist at the end.

Before the students took to the stage they donned face paint to get into character, with a host of impressive results.

The costumes were marvelled upon, with many made at home, and head of PE Corinne King thanked parents for the time put in to create the outfits.

She added: “As their teacher, I am proud of what they achieved and the passion that these students showed from the start of their dance lessons to the showcase.

“This showcase was very diverse with all abilities of students taking part. Well done to all students involved it was a privilege to work with you all.”

Student Daisy Voke added: “The dance showcase is a really fun and exciting opportunity for students such as myself.”