Narooma Public School pupils showcased their talent to the community last week.
The Whole School Variety Show was a sell-out. Children expressed themselves through song, dance and musical instruments.
Music teacher Michelle Garcia congratulated students, parents and teachers for their enormous effort in organising the show.
"We have all worked so hard to put it together and really want to thank all that were involved for their support," she said.
"The concerts showcased an outstanding level of skill in rhythm, pitch, and creativity."
There were 16 acts of singing, dancing, drama and instrumental components which all fit into the theme, "Around The World".
Students were applauded for their ability to write their own songs and for using music as a form of self- expression.
In the audience, were ex-principals who said it was the "best primary production" they had seen. Ms Garcia said the show catered for all learning abilities.
"I love the fact every child got involved," she said.
Parents also gave positive feedback saying how amazing and brilliant the show was.