YEAR 3 students at Frederick Irwin Anglican School had a hopping good time during the performance of their Once Upon a Lillypad musical.
They performed their musical to family and friends at the school’s Oakmont Theatre at the school.
The performance depicted a frog trying to find his place in the world who finds out that everyone has their own special talents.
Year 3 teacher Kerrie Taylor said all the students were excited to perform.
“It has been wonderful to see the students so excited about performing in front of their peers and families,” Mrs Taylor said.
“Each of the students created their own fantastic costumes as well, with a little help from their parents, and they all looked spectacular on stage.”
Year 3 student Spike Jacobs said that he had an amazing time playing a tadpole.
“I thought we did very well and my favourite character was Father Frog,” he said.
Barn owl Jessica Meares said she loved the singing and dancing.
“I think we did well because everyone spoke really clearly,” she said.