VIDEO: Lynnfield pupils on Britain’s Got Talent in First Class

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THE thousands who entered have been whittled down to just 10 and the final of this year’s Britain’s Got Talent is just days away.

The Year 6 pupils at Lynnfield Primary School, in the town, have enjoyed watching this year’s series.

Shatil Syed

Shatil Syed

And they all have ideas as to what talents they would like to show off if they had entered the show.

Courtney Lynn, 11, said: “I would really like to go on Britain’s Got Talent.

“I would sing an Olly Murs song, he’s my favourite, I like all of his songs.”

Shatil Syed, 11, said: “If I was on the show I would do some football skills.

“I am quite good at them so I think I would do okay. You don’t see many people doing that either.”

Sabrina Begum, 11, would also show off some of her football skills.

Sabrina said: “I would like to do my football skills on the show.

“I am inspired by the players at Manchester United, Robin van Persie is my favourite player.”

Ismaeel Hussain, 11, said: “If I was going on Britain’s Got Talent I would be a comedian and I would joke about my dancing.

“I have watched this series of Britain’s Got Talent and I’ve enjoyed it, it’s been really good.”

Haleema Durrani, 11, said: “If I went on Britain’s Got Talent I would show off my sports skills.

“I really like all sports, I couldn’t choose just one sport so I would have to do skills from as many sports as possible.”

Lucy Grocott, 11, said: “If I went on the show I would make something like a model or a sculpture.

“I really enjoy doing that and I haven’t really seen it on the show.”