Anson Street School students' production of Animalia

SHAKE YOUR TAIL FEATHER: Jack and Joshua entertained a full house of friends and family with their excellent performance of the chicken dance. PHOTO: JUDE KEOGH

SHAKE YOUR TAIL FEATHER: Jack and Joshua entertained a full house of friends and family with their excellent performance of the chicken dance. PHOTO: JUDE KEOGH

ANSON Street School students took a walk on the wild side on Thursday.

More than 100 students transformed into animals, birds and reptiles for the school’s production of Animalia.

Deputy principal Rebecca Halls said the production was a highlight in the school’s calendar.

“Our staff are so proud of our students and their abilities and talents,” Ms Halls said.

“We have a strong appreciation for everyone who made our show a success.”

Ms Halls said the students “loved” performing for family and friends.

“It’s allowing them to express themselves through music and dance,” she said.

“It’s showcasing what they can do and in broader terms, showcasing the abilities of people that have an identified need.”

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