Rose Hill Primary School once again held its annual Rose Hill’s Got Talent school show celebrating the many talents of its pupils.
The event coincided with Red Nose day making the afternoon even more special, as children and teachers wore headbands and red noses in support.
The children performed many acts after getting through the audition stages which included dance routines, singing, hula-hooping, skipping, playing the piano, telling jokes and much more.
Children from all year groups were watching the show and got behind all the acts by singing and clapping along during their performances.
Sue Vermes, the headteacher at the school called the show wonderful and praised all the children who took part:
“Our talent-scout and teaching assistant Alison Nicholl organised it all, the whole afternoon was made perfect by the warm and supportive atmosphere from the whole school gathered to watch. I was a judge and I gave everyone full marks. So many talents and so much hard work and courage was on display- I felt so proud to be the headteacher for so many superstars.”
The first-place plaque went to Precious who sang in the show after discussions from all of the judges. Sue said:
“The first prize went to Precious who has a golden voice and sang beautifully on stage.”
The event once again highlights the talents we have in the community, congratulations to those who took part!