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ANOTHER NIGHT OF J ROCK SUCCESS FOR ISLE OF WIGHT SCHOOLS

Niton Primary School. Photos: Nick Scott Photography

Stenbury Federation

Students from a number of schools across the Isle of Wight are celebrating their success at last night’s (Saturday’s) J Rock competition at Portsmouth Guildhall, which saw 8 schools battling it out for a spot on the podium.

The top 4 places overall were recognised with The Stenbury Federation bagging 2nd place for ‘Year and a Day’, whilst Niton Primary School claimed 4th place for their performance ‘The Day the Crayons Quit’.

As well as taking 2nd place overall, Stenbury Federation secured Awards of Excellence for Choreography, Set Design and Function, Costuming Character, Visual Enhancement, Entertainment, Stage Crew and Video Performance.

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Niton Primary were awards Awards of Excellence for Drama, Set Design and Function, Consuming Character, Visual Enhancement, Entertainment, Lighting and Video Performance. Additional awards were secured for Performer’s Choice and Healthy Lifestyle.

Cowes Primary School also competed at the Portsmouth Guildhall last night and whilst they missed out on a podium place, they picked up Awards of Excellence for Drama, Set Design and Function, Consuming Character, Visual Enhancement, Lighting and Stage Crew. Their efforts also resulted in awards for School Community Support and Parental Involvement.

 

 

 

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