A boy threw a 'rave' in his school toilets where classmates were offered a Cadbury Twirl and bottle of Lucozade on entry.
Aspiring DJ Cael Bell, 12, promoted his lunch time set on Snapchat a week in advance but his performance was cut short by teachers after half an hour.
Cael's mum Louise Bell, from Flixton in Greater Manchester, says she saw the funny side when the school called her about the incident because her son was "trying to spread some cheer", the Mirror reports.
The hairdresser even suspected her son was up to something because he was ready to leave for St Antony's Catholic College in Urmston, Trafford, early.
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All year eight boys were invited to the toilets for the big event on December 11 which Cael put on by smuggling in his speakers and other kit.
Louise, 41, said: "I had to laugh. It has been a terrible year and I couldn't be angry with my son for trying to spread some cheer.
"When I got the call, it made perfect sense. Cael had been up, dressed and ready to leave for school early that morning which was unheard of in our house.
"He had the biggest smile on his face so I knew he had something up his sleeve.
"I asked him what he was so happy about and he told me they were having a rave in school. I thought nothing of it, I didn't think for one minute there was any truth to it.
"But when I heard what Cael had done, from advertising the rave on Snapchat to actually pulling it off and even providing refreshments, I couldn't help but see the funny side.
"Cael's dad thought it was hysterical, he said 'go on son'. We did have a conversation about whether or not we should be angry but how could we be?
"In our eyes, he hadn't done anything wrong. We would have been furious if the teachers had reprimanded him further, past confiscating his things."
Mrs Bell said the school were impressed and told her they had confiscated the equipment because it "couldn't facilitate such behaviour".
"But I could tell that even they saw the funny side too. It sounded like they were doing their best not to laugh on the phone," she continued.
"When we asked him why he'd done it, he told us school was boring and that they had nothing to do at lunch time.
"I wish there had been a Cael when I was in school, it would have been much more fun.
"Music is Cael's motivation and we couldn't be mad at him for expressing and sharing that passion. It was very inventive of him."
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