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School kids' Pixie Lott song is web hit

Ricky at Amesbury School

Ricky checks out school's Pixie Lott video

Pupils from a primary school in Surrey have become internet stars after recording their own version of the Pixie Lott hit Boys and Girls.

About 200 kids from Amesbury School in south-east England sang the song to raise money for charity.

Their video has had more than 80,000 hits online.

And even Pixie's seen it! She said on her website: "I'm so moved by this - those kids are so talented and it's for such a good cause."

The track is raising cash for the charity CRY, which raises awareness of heart conditions, especially among younger people.

One of the school's former pupils died suddenly from a heart condition.

Amesbury School's version of Boys and Girls

Watch the full video here!

If you think the song and video seem really well made, it's because they had a bit of help from a parent who runs a record label!

In the video, a classroom of kids start singing and dancing behind their teacher's back. When he realises what's going on, he starts joining in!