A children’s TV star has been sharing his knowledge with students at a Lichfield performing arts school.
Jayden Revri, who played the lead role of Noah in Disney’s The Lodge, worked with more than 40 students from Inca Arts Lichfield on scripts, songs and a dance routine.
He also gave them an insight into how he got into the industry and was able to answer questions and give advice to the budding TV stars.
Eleanor Ham, principal of Inca Arts Lichfield said: “The students had a great time.
“They picked up the dance moves really quickly, loved the chance to sing and were filmed while acting out scenes from The Lodge.
“The session was great fun, it was fabulous to see them all enjoying themselves so much and we are very grateful to Jayden for coming from London to spend time with us.”
The school’s students are aged between five and 16.
Jayden said: “I was amazed at their abilities.
“They all worked together, got involved in every aspect of the masterclass and supported and encouraged each other to do their best, and it was great to see how they had all developed their skills by the end of the session.”
Inca student Meg Farnworth said: “The masterclass was so much fun.
“We learnt about how things work behind a camera as well as in front of it and I had an incredible time learning the songs and dances from The Lodge.”
Fellow student Iris Garvey added: “I absolutely loved having the opportunity to learn from Jayden this weekend.”
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