Members of the federation’s four school choirs joining forces to put on their musical showpiece, featuring hits from The Greatest Showman performed for parents. Pictures: Paul Tibbs

Youngsters from four West Norfolk schools belted out a series of hits from movie The Greatest Showman when they staged a joint concert for family and friends. 

The pupils, who are all members of school choirs in the Windmill Primary Federation, put on their very own Greatest Show at West Walton Primary last week.

Around 50 children aged six to 11 took part, performing toe-tapping tunes and sing-along classics such as Rewrite the Stars, Come Alive, Never Enough, A Million Dreams and This is Me.

Teacher Sam Ward, the federation’s music coordinator, said: “The children loved it. They were over the moon with their own performance and very proud of themselves.

“They can’t wait to do the next show.

“We had a lot of proud parents crying very happy tears, which is always a good sign.

“They said they hoped we would do another one.”

The federation – which includes primary schools in Terrington St John, Tilney St Lawrence, Walpole Highway and West Walton – plans another show in the summer.