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    2011 SOUTHAMPTON DAY 2 RESULTS
    Southampton Guildhall - Tuesday, March 1st, 2011

    BALLARD SCHOOL, New Milton, Hampshire (New school) and HIGHCLIFFE SCHOOL SIXTH FORM, Christchurch, Dorset: the ACRO Award for Concept Interpretation

    BARTON PEVERIL COLLEGE, Eastleigh, Hampshire: the Joint Award for Student Leadership, the Hampshire Healthy Schools Performers' Choice Award, and the Global Rock ChallengeTM Award for Make-up Design

    BRIGHTON HILL COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Basingstoke, Hampshire: the Hampshire County Council Award for Entertainment, the Southampton City Council Award for Choreography, and overall SECOND Place

    CARISBROOKE HIGH SCHOOL, Newport, Isle of Wight: the Joint Award for Student Leadership, the Hampshire Police Authority Award for Drama Skills, and overall THIRD Place

    HAMBLE COMMUNITY SPORTS COLLEGE, Hamble, Hampshire: the Hampshire Police Authority Award for Spirit of Rock Challenge®, the Be Your Best Foundation Award for Stage Crew, the Hampshire Constabulary Award for Set Design, and overall FOURTH Place

    HIGHCLIFFE SCHOOL EXPRESSIVE ARTS TEAM, Christchurch, Dorset: the Hampshire Healthy Schools Award for Soundtrack

    TESTWOOD SPORTS COLLEGE, Totton, Hampshire: the Award for Positive Inclusion, the Award for Cultural and Educational Achievement, and the Hampshire Health, Personal Development and Well-being Award for Video Performance

    THE WELLINGTON ACADEMY, Ludgershall, Wiltshire: the Hampshire Health, Personal Development and Well-being Award for Concept Originality, and the DAX Printing Award for Hair Design

    WOODLANDS COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Southampton, Hampshire: the Award for School Community Support, the Award for Healthy Lifestyle, the Hampshire Drug and Alcohol Action Team Award for Achievement in Drug Awareness, the Southampton City Council Award for Lighting Design, the Hampshire Constabulary Award for Staging, the Sew n So Award for Costume Design, the Hampshire County Council Award for Performance Skill, and overall FIRST Place

    THEMES

    BALLARD SCHOOL AND HIGHCLIFFE SCHOOL SIXTH FORM, Christchurch, Dorset
    "Liquid Innocence"

      Our piece tells the story of a girl whose family is torn apart by the misuse of alcohol. We investigate the importance of how parents influence children and shape the choices they make. The animated toys featured portray the girl's innocence and happy childhood memories. The destructive bottles represent alcohol and its negative effects. Be careful whose footsteps you follow.

    BARTON PEVERIL COLLEGE, Eastleigh, Hampshire
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    BRIGHTON HILL COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Basingstoke, Hampshire
    "Let Him Have It..."

      Our performance is about a British teenager hanged for the murder of a police officer. Derek Bentley was convicted as a party to the murder, whereas his friend actually shot the police officer. We have tried to show the case of Derek Bentley from when he was caught on the rooftops of a warehouse through to his death.

    CARISBROOKE HIGH SCHOOL, Newport, Isle of Wight
    "Broken minds in broken times."

      A teenager lays stricken. Distressed. Destroyed.
      Her heart is numb, of all feelings, devoid.
      But is she really as different or as alone as she feels?
      Or is there something more, her true colours reveal?
      Acceptance, a daring feeling within,
      to tackle the problems, that lay under the skin.
      Mental illness isn’t a gift it's a battle.

    HAMBLE COMMUNITY SPORTS COLLEGE, Southampton, Hampshire
    "Rock the MOD"

      A timeless reminder of the agony and ecstasy of being young. Finding your own way in a world that at times can seem cruel and indifferent. Jim tells his story of a time that he will never forget for good and bad reasons. A time when a mod hated a rocker and knew the reason why.

    HIGHCLIFFE SCHOOL EXPRESSIVE ARTS TEAM, Christchurch, Dorset
    "That's Entertainment: Beauty and the Freak"

      From Victorian freak shows and asylum sideshows to glamorous red carpet celebrities of the 21st Century. We’re all obsessed: newspapers, magazine, TV and film, now follow their every move by text and online. Do you enjoy fun, talented skilled entertainers or the 'nip tucked', self-obsessed fortunate? How far would you go to get your fifteen minutes of fame?

    TESTWOOD SPORTS COLLEGE, Totton, Hampshire
    "Fatal Status"

      The Internet has made the world a smaller place. Social networking sites allow us to meet and connect with people we might never have come across, but therein lies the darker side of social networking; cyberbullying. Through wall posts, slam pages, comments we can say things we would never say to people's faces, resulting in devastating consequences.

    THE WELLINGTON ACADEMY, Ludgershall, Wiltshire
    "Code 12"

      Los Angeles, 1928: a time when women's desire for independence is seen as a threat to a male-dominated society. A woman is reunited with her missing son - but he is an impostor! In her attempt to convince the LAPD that her son is still missing, she is deemed a delusional, unfit mother and committed to a psychopathic ward under 'Code 12'.

    WOODLANDS COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Southampton, Hampshire
    "The Cube"

      In this comic-strip tale you will see adventure and superheroes, here to protect the future. An action-filled journey full of fascination, villains and heroes fill your imagination. The good verses evil in a battle for control, of the cube that holds the power to keep the earth whole.