Kind-hearted kids from two Luton schools were on song and spot on to help Children in Need.
Talented youngsters from Barnfield West Academy choir appeared on television and radio.
They sang Bridge Over Troubled Waters on BBC One and joined choirs from across the south east at Cambridge University where they were linked by satellite with others.
They also recorded snippets for BBC Three Counties en route to the university city.
Year 7 student Glory Samuels said: “It’s great to raise money to help the children. When you’re singing for them you feel good about yourself.
“They are in need and we need to help them.”
Tiny tots at Barnfield Moorlands Free School dressed in spots to mark the charity challenge.
They were also able to buy lovingly knitted Pudsey pencils – made by a friend of the school – which raised an impressive £108.
Principal Carrie Matthews said: “They were a great hit with our children who all wanted one for their pencil cases.”
They raised a total of £493.