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Secondary School Assembly Flash Mob

Inspired by the Juilliard flash mob, a group of Year 8 students put on a great show together with the help of Miss Boysen and her fabulous Year 2 class.

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  • Flash Mob at Secondary School Assembly
  • Flash Mob at Secondary School Assembly
  • Flash Mob at Secondary School Assembly
  • Flash Mob at Secondary School Assembly
  • Flash Mob at Secondary School Assembly
  • Flash Mob at Secondary School Assembly

The music and choreography chosen for the Friday secondary assembly flash mob was 'This is Me' from the musical film The Greatest Showman. The students had gathered as many fellow Year 8 students together as possible and worked with Miss Boysen and her Year 2 class for weeks to develop the singing and dancing. The flash mob started with subtle piano playing and then developed into a full show. Through hard work and dedication, the students were able to put on a great performance and capture the audience completely.