André Georges, 27, recorded the moment he played the video for his upcoming single 'Fresh Air' to his students.
Primary school teacher André is heard asking the students to laugh at the end before he hits play, but one student is audibly roars with laughter instantly.
As the tune is played out various students can be heard commenting with some saying "Sir's got bars," "sir's got swag" and "this is cringe".
He then prepares them for his dancing in the video near to the end saying: "Alright, get ready for this bit. Try not to laugh too loud," which sends the students into rapturous fits of laughter.
All the while this was happening the deputy head teacher walked into the classroom to witness the reaction and commotion.
André, originally from Perth, Australia, moved to the UK three years ago, but has been making music for the last decade and even studied music before he became a teacher.
André, from London, goes under the musical moniker of 'Good Deeds'.
He started his music journey when landed in the English capital and describes the music as "hip-hop, soul, neo-soul and funk".
André said: "As a reward for their hard work, I gave my Year 6 class an early screening of my latest video clip.
"They’ve seen many of my video clips - made for Instagram - throughout the year but this is the first music video they’ve seen.
"At first, one student - not from my class - is laughing hysterically because he’s not seen any of my other videos.
"The students are enjoying the music video and the tapping throughout - dancing in their seats."
Filmed july 2022