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28 July 2013, 08:32 | Updated: 28 July 2013, 09:02
The 'Call My Name' singer dropped by to see pupils who have been putting together a project showing her rise to fame.
Cheryl Cole surprised students at a primary school in Newcastle this week by turning up to watch their performance of one of her songs.
The children of Tyneview Primary School were involved in a project that marked th Geordie star's rise to fame.
To mark the end of the year, The Sun reports how the kids all came together to perform the singer's debut hit 'Fight For This Love' – with Cheryl walking in to watch.
"The whole topic, especially Cheryl's involvement, has been amazing," revealed teacher Robyn Bonnick to the publication. "I now have ten year-olds with a greater attitude to learning and the ethos of 'not giving up', as well as a whole new knowledge of the many job opportunities in the performance business."
She added: "I am predicting that Tyneview will now produce some talented new set designers, dancers, singers and directors."
Cheryl is currently taking a break from music following the Girls Aloud reunion earlier in the year.
She is also among the favourites to land a position on The Voice UK following the departures of Jessie J and Danny O'Donoghue.