Bosbury Primary School is celebrating two successful concerts that delighted friends and family and put pupils' individual talents on display.

The school's orchestra played for the first time in public on July 3, under the baton of Steve Tommey of John Masefield High School.

Mr Tommey has been giving the youngsters masterclasses in music and performance.

Headteacher Judie Toner said: "This was a great success. Some of the children have only been playing for a year, some were more experienced.

"So it was a mixture of solos, small groups and some set pieces. We were very proud of them."

The talented youngsters were back in action twice on Tuesday (July 10) for the school's leavers' concerts.

Around 180 people enjoyed two performances, which featured the whole of the school. They were led by Year 6 pupils who are to move on to their secondary schools this autumn.

Mrs Toner said: "There was dance, music and literature and even some comedians. Children were allowed to express their individuality.

"For Year 6, who have had an excellent year, this was their crowning glory."