Their musical drama, based on Lionel Bart's 1960 stage musical which was an adaptation of Charles Dickens' novel Oliver Twist, will include the same driving energy and colour with a specially hired set which fills the school stage.
Some 55 pupils have been involved in the production which will be performed to audiences from on April 5-7.
Music teacher Callum Rogers said: "They will perform the musical drama which tells of how Oliver escapes from his orphanage and unites with a group of urchins trained to be pickpockets in 1830s London.
"The cast is made up of 40 pupils and backstage we have a crew of 15 children taking various roles.
"This will be the first musical production with an audience since the Covid-19 pandemic started.
"The children are really excited and I am certain that people will enjoy the energy of the production.
"Everyone is buzzing to be back on stage and I think that the audience will enjoy the engagement and interactive show which will feature songs that everyone knows, such as I'd Do Anything and Food, Glorious Food.
"We have hired a huge set which fills the stage and there will also be a live orchestra made up of staff and students."
Tickets are available on the door and cost £5 for adults and £3 for under-16s and over-65s.