Kids perform their way to world record in Schools Spectacular

ON SONG: Students from Tamworth and the New England were among 5550 students in NSW to set a new world record for Largest Amateur Variety Act when they performed in Schools Spectacular in Sydney.

ON SONG: Students from Tamworth and the New England were among 5550 students in NSW to set a new world record for Largest Amateur Variety Act when they performed in Schools Spectacular in Sydney.

TAMWORTH kids have performed their way to a new world record. 

Students from Tamworth High School, Oxley High School, Peel High School and Tamworth South Public School performed alongside 5500 others from across the state, as part of Schools Spectacular, to set a Guinness World Records title for the Largest Amateur Variety Act.

The Schools Spectacular is an annual event, which showcases the talent in public schools, featuring a variety of acts including a choir, symphony orchestra, stage band and solo performers.

Guinness World Records adjudicator Solvej Malouf said it was a pleasure to award the title to such a talented group. Twenty New England schools were represented, including from Quirindi, Armidale and Guyra.

RIGHT NOTE: Students erupt into cheers as Guinness Records representative Solvej Malouf tells compere, John Foreman, a new world record has been set.

RIGHT NOTE: Students erupt into cheers as Guinness Records representative Solvej Malouf tells compere, John Foreman, a new world record has been set.

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