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Weeks of practising paid off as hundreds of youngsters perfectly danced in harmony as part of a world record attempt.

Around 200 pupils, teachers and parents from Beech School took part in the Big Dance 2014, a bid to get the most people ever dancing to the same song at the same time.

Groups from all over the UK, America, Africa, Asia and Europe took part in a seven minute long routine choreographed by the Scottish Ballet for this year’s Commonwealth Games.

Participants from Beech School hired a large PA system and took the school fields to do their bit.

 

PE Co-ordinator, Sarah Peacock, said: “It’s a really nice thing for us all to do together.

“Every single one of us from the early years children to year six, did it flawlessly.

“We were co-ordinated to perfection.

“We’ve practiced for six weeks and we had 10 dance leaders, who were up on stages to lead the rest.

“It really took some learning but it’s a lovely thing for the school to be involved with.”

It will be several weeks before the result of the world record attempt is known.

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