CREATIVITY and innovation were the key focus of the end of year musical production at Hullavington School.

The production called Emerald Crown was performed three times to pre-school children and proud parents and friends of the school.

More than 120 pupils took to the stage to perform in front of full houses.

Headteacher Judy McAteer said it was a superb production and the parents were enthralled by it.

She said: "Each class had its own theme within the production and pupils made their own costumes. It was a cross curriculum effort to bring creativity and innovation together."

A recording company also came into the school to record the singing and music for a CD.

Mrs McAteer said: "We have had huge success selling them. More than 50 CDs were sold. A year six boy even did a rap narration."

The children have been practising hard since Easter and have been singing altogether once a week.

The production mixed a number of subjects including art, CDT and science.