A GROUP of talented NSW students have shown off their skills in a record capacity.
High school students from around the state have returned on a high after the final performance of the biggest and one of the best Schools Spectacular events ever.
The major school entertainment event was screened on Channel Seven on Saturday night.
World record tumbles
Participants performing at 2016 Schools Spectacular became world record breakers last weekend as members of the huge choir in the world’s largest amateur variety performance.
The achievement has been etched into the Guinness Book of World Records.
The Schools Spectacular cast officially counted as 5322 for the record attempt included a 2700-strong choir; 2300 dancers; an 80-piece symphony orchestra; a world-class stage band; and more than 40 featured artists.
Schools Spectacular executive producer Jane Simmons said everyone should be proud to share in the triumph of the 2016 show.
“Schools Spectacular 2016 was amazing,” Ms Simmons said.
“With more than 5000 performers and hundreds behind the scene it was an unbelievably massive show and the audiences were thrilled.
“Every single performer, the incredible teachers and staff who brought it all together at the arena and at school, the students’ parents and all who contributed deserve huge applause for the incredible efforts.
“Schools Spectacular 2016 was amazing."Event executive producer Jane Simmons
“Schools Spectacular truly lived up to the traditional of the Qudos Bank Arena which has hosted the biggest names in entertainment.
“Our cast and crew rank with them as stars.”