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Students Win the Rotary Club’s Young Entertainers Competition 2016!

 

Secondary Schools from across the city put forward their most talented students on a night where only one act can be crowned ‘Young Entertainer of the Year’ and get to perform at the Godiva Festival this July.

Singers, dancers, magicians, bands, musicians as well as large stage productions from across sixteen schools were invited to perform at Coventry’s only inter-school talent competition, held at the Belgrade Theatre, Coventry.

President Kennedy School came first place, making them the WINNERS of ‘Young Entertainer 2016’.

The competition is organised by Warren Offer, the ‘Young Entertainer’ chairman at ‘The Coventry Jubilee Rotary Club’.

Our students performed a routine to the song 'Friend like me' from Aladdin. Twenty eight dancers performed many different style's of dance, including tap, modern and cheer. Matthew Sweet sang, entertaining the judges and wowing the audience.

I can honestly say their performance was outstanding. It was polished, energetic, full of talent, exciting and above all, enjoyable.

The students behaviour on and off stage was exemplary. They were professional and very respectful to other performers.

They cannot wait to perform at the Godiva Festival this summer and are currently rehearsing to make our performances even more sensational!                                                        Mrs Woollacott, Teacher of Performing Arts

  

    

  

 

 

Secondary Schools from across the city put forward their most talented students on a night where only one act can be crowned ‘Young Entertainer of the Year’ and get to perform at the Godiva Festival this July.

Singers, dancers, magicians, bands, musicians as well as large stage productions from across sixteen schools were invited to perform at Coventry’s only inter-school talent competition, held at the Belgrade Theatre, Coventry.

President Kennedy School came first place, making them the WINNERS of ‘Young Entertainer 2016’.

The competition is organised by Warren Offer, the ‘Young Entertainer’ chairman at ‘The Coventry Jubilee Rotary Club’.

Our students performed a routine to the song 'Friend like me' from Aladdin. Twenty eight dancers performed many different style's of dance, including tap, modern and cheer. Matthew Sweet sang, entertaining the judges and wowing the audience.

I can honestly say their performance was outstanding. It was polished, energetic, full of talent, exciting and above all, enjoyable.

The students behaviour on and off stage was exemplary. They were professional and very respectful to other performers.

They cannot wait to perform at the Godiva Festival this summer and are currently rehearsing to make our performances even more sensational!                                                                                

                                                                                                          Mrs Woollacott, Teacher of Performing Arts