Olympic record attempt

MOVES Pupils at Wallisdean Infants in Fareham take part in the national Big Dance Schools Pledge 2012.  Picture: Paul Jacobs (121740-3)

MOVES Pupils at Wallisdean Infants in Fareham take part in the national Big Dance Schools Pledge 2012. Picture: Paul Jacobs (121740-3)

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AN INFANTS school danced for the Olympics as part of an attempt to break a Guinness World record.

About 150 youngsters at Wallisdean Infants in Fareham performed a five-minute specially-choreographed piece with movements based on the Olympics sports for the Big Dance Schools Pledge 2012.

Year 2 teacher Lisa Bromley said: ‘The children were very excited to be involved in a world record breaking attempt – they had been practising for weeks. We’re now waiting for the final results.’

The event marked the arrival of the Olympic flame in Britain and the start of the seven-week countdown to Big Dance week as part of the London 2012 Festival – a series of cultural events celebrating the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Children all over the world took part in the record attempt.

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