Shoalhaven Heads Public School students will unveil their Wakakirri performance for local audiences this weekend at the school's Spring Fair.
The school took part in this year's Wakakirri Story-Dance Challenge, Australia's biggest performing arts event for primary and secondary schools.
Competing against 300 schools across Australia, the school recently took out fifth spot in this years 'Story of the Year' challenge.
They also placed first in the 'Best New School' and 'Social/News and Media' category.
The dance group's performance was coordinated by teacher Rachael Taylor and tells the story of the effect of screen time on young people's lives.
Principal Sandra Hogan congratulated the students on their impressive efforts.
"This is a huge achievement and we are very proud of our students," she said.
"Only a small handful of the group had ever performed on a stage before, yet they were so professional on and off the stage."
Don't miss the Wakakirri performance at the Shoalhaven Heads Public School Spring Fair this Saturday, November 2. Find all the details here.