HUNDREDS of pupils took to the stage as they finished their term in style with two fantastic productions.
Every child at Throston Primary School, in Flint Walk, Hartlepool, took part in the shows, which were performed to their impressed parents and relatives.
The reception pupils at the school practiced their own show before wowing the audience.
Then it was over to the older children, from Year 1 to Year 6, who have been working hard rehearsing their traditional Easter production since Christmas.
And the show came together nicely when the students took to the stage for their big show.
Mark Atkinson, headteacher at the school, said: “We had 481 children taking part in the two shows which is absolutely fantastic, it was brilliant to get every single child involved.
“They all worked very hard in rehearsals and the hard work paid off, both shows were brilliant. The parents absolutely loved the productions, the feedback afterwards was great.”