STAR STREET dancing troupe Flawless visited a school in Selston this week.
More than 300 screaming pupils packed the school hall to fire questions at the group, there to raise money for Comic Relief and promote the charity.
Selston Arts and Community College was chosen for the visit after raising more than any other school in Nottinghamshire for Red Nose Day in 2009.
Former Britain’s Got Talent finalists Flawless talked about the importance of raising money for the big day next Friday before taking questions from the audience and treating everyone to a small taster of their talents.
They then moved in to the school gym where they met the school’s dance and performing arts students and were treated to a freestyle performance themselves, by the only boy in the group, Antony Jeffery.
The college raised £3,210 for Comic Relief in 2009.