A group of school children in Marlow and the surrounding areas have decided to spread some joy during the current pandemic.

The youngsters are students from the Reading-based dance group JG Dance, who took part in covering Andrea Bocelli’s 2018 track Fall On Me, which was then covered by Christina Aguilera a year later via Zoom.

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The choir was orchestrated by the dance company’s singing teacher Jess Kirby, with the video being uploaded on Facebook on May 4.

It has been viewed just under 2,000 times.

In a Facebook post, a spokesperson from the dance company said: “So here it is, our virtual singing project!

“We chose the song because of the meaningful chorus, ‘Fall On Me’ is about being there to support each other in hard times and when things don’t quite make sense - and right now that’s what we need in the world.

“JG Dance is a truly supportive family and one that sticks together!

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“A huge thank you to everyone who took part - you were fantastic.

“Please watch, like, and share with family and friends.

“Let’s give these singers an audience.”

Many people have praised the idea with Lianna Barton saying on Facebook: “Wow! This is truly amazing and very moving!”

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Marilyn Clayton added: This is truly beautiful and such a fantastic idea, thank you JG Dance and Jess Kirby.”

And Alexandra Cook said: “Incredible. Well done Miss Jess.”

To watch the video, click here.