TALENTED youngsters at a Clydebank primary school put on a show-stopping performance recently after months of hard work.

Primary six and seven pupils at St Mary’s in Duntocher took to the stage in the school’s production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat.

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Marie McGuthrie, head teacher at the Chapel Road school, praised the cast for their ‘impeccable’ efforts.

Clydebank Post: Clydebank Post: Clydebank Post: Clydebank Post: Clydebank Post: Mrs McGuthrie said: “We are so proud of our pupils who gave their best performance at every show, displaying skills in performance, singing, and creativity.

“Throughout rehearsals, pupils demonstrated the skills of leadership, collaboration, communication, and immense team building and displaying our school values of faith, family, future and flourish.

“The children involved in stage management carried out their duties impeccably and were instrumental in the success of each performance.

“The school show is only possible with the support of all school staff and I would like to thank the teachers leading musical theatre; the technical team who were responsible for programmes and photography and everyone who supported our children before, during, and after the shows.

 “We are grateful to the whole team across our school community and to our parents, families, and community groups for supporting us and coming to see our wonderful show.

“Thanks also to Audio CP and to the students of Makeup and Artistry at West College Scotland.”