PUPILS brought their end of term to a ‘dramatic’ conclusion with a feel-good performance of The Pied Piper.
Year 2 pupils from Solent Infant School in Farlington wowed their families with the show.
Liberty Tickner, pictured, seven, played the Pied Piper. She said: ‘I felt happy and excited by the audience’s reaction when they smiled at me.’
Luke Hopkins, seven, played the leader of the rats Big Cheese. He said: ‘I felt a little nervous but then I just listened to the music and before I could think, I’d said my lines.’
Year 2 teacher Sue Summers was pleased with the performance.
‘All of the children were a credit to the school and to their families,’ she said.
‘We all felt very proud of them.’