PUPILS had a magic time and made a song and dance of their annual talent show.
Students at Salendine Nook High School lined up to take part in the show, which featured original and unique acts.
Drama teacher Siobhan Heneghan said singers, dancers and comedians performed and impressed the judges.
Wednesday night’s show was in two categories – key stage three and key stage four.
Magician Luke Lenihan had plenty of tricks up his sleeve and his runner-up award in the KS3 category was no joke.
Taking the title was dance act JEM – Jessica Lodge and twins Erin and Maddie Armitage.
The audience vote went to soloist Kayla Agostini.
In the KS4 category Callum Batley impressed with his rendition of She’s Always A Woman To Me and came runner-up.
The audience vote went to Ellah Jackson and Abi Lloyd with a unique ‘Bus stop mash up’.
But it was Darius Gilman who ‘rapped’ up the show and won the KS4 prize.
Harley Butterworth sang and played the guitar and won the top overall prize.
Siobhan Heneghan organised the event and gave advice to the pupils, but their talent shone through on the night.
Judges were the latest new girlband, Voxe, who made it to the X Factor bootcamp, David Clarke, the school’s chair of governors, assistant headteacher Peter Cross, and Ben Jessop, the pupil judge.
Judges voted for a winner and a runner up from each age category and they decide on an overall talent show winner.