The students off Bunbury Primary School showed their talent on Thursday for their annual all in music day.
Over 400 students took up their instruments ranging from drums and recorders to clarinets, trumpets, xylophones and pianos and were lead by their music teacher Sara-Jane Raffan in performing Jon Maiden’s Clouds.
They started of softly with the xylophones and by the end all 400 students reached a crescendo with every instrument doing their part.
The students had been working on their part throughout the term as part of their music classes with Ms Raffan.
Ms Raffan said the students hadn’t heard the entire performance come together until the day, with each class working separate from each other learning their different instruments because everyone is capable of music.
“I think there is a huge amount of importance in music in school because everyone is capable of playing music you don’t have to be talented,” she said.
“Music feels good, it inspires the kids to be more creative too and we can all come together and create something big, like we have today,” she said.
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