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    2011 SOUTHAMPTON DAY 3 RESULTS
    Southampton Guildhall - Wednesday, March 2nd, 2011

    ADMIRAL LORD NELSON SCHOOL, Portsmouth, Hampshire (New school): the Southampton City Council Award for Choreography, the Hampshire Police Authority Award for Drama Skills, and overall FOURTH Place

    COSTELLO TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE, Basingstoke, Hampshire: the Award for Cultural and Educational Achievement, and the Be Your Best Foundation Award for Stage Crew

    CROOKHORN COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY, Waterlooville, Hampshire: the Award for Student Leadership, the Hampshire County Council Award for Entertainment, and the Southampton City Council Award for Lighting Design

    THE HENRY CORT COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Fareham, Hampshire: the Hampshire Constabulary Award for Staging

    PETER SYMONDS COLLEGE, Winchester, Hampshire: the DAX Printing Award for Hair Design, the Global Rock ChallengeTM Award for Make-up Design, and overall THIRD Place

    SOMERTON MIDDLE SCHOOL, Cowes, Isle of Wight: the Award for Healthy Lifestyle, the Hampshire Healthy Schools Award for Soundtrack, and the Hampshire Police Authority Award for Spirit of Rock Challenge®

    ST ANNE'S CATHOLIC SCHOOL, Southampton, Hampshire: the Hampshire Constabulary Award for Set Design

    THE WESTGATE SCHOOL, Winchester, Hampshire: the Hampshire Health, Personal Development and Wellbeing Award for Concept Originality, the Hampshire County Council Award for Performance Skill, the Hampshire Healthy Schools Performers' Choice Award, the Hampshire Health, Personal Development and Wellbeing Award for Video Performance, and overall FIRST Place

    WYVERN TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE, Fair Oak, Hampshire: the Hampshire Drug and Alcohol Action Team Award for Achievement in Drug Awareness, the Award for School Community Support, the Award for Press Coverage, the ACRO Award for Concept Interpretation, the Sew n So Award for Costume Design, and overall SECOND Place

    THEMES

    ADMIRAL LORD NELSON SCHOOL, Portsmouth, Hampshire
    "Stay Wiv Me"

      Stay Wiv Me. In 2011 young people are having to be extra careful, due to the carrying of weapons becoming more and more common and not only by males. ALNS wished to tackle this issue head on and show the devastation these actions cause to all involved - Watch and Learn!

    COSTELLO TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE, Basingstoke, Hampshire
    "War Games"

      War is just a game played by children,
      Count to 10, touch the ground, get back up and play again.
      War is just a game played by children,
      No time to count, you hit the ground, you can't get up again,
      War is just a game.

    CROOKHORN COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY, Waterlooville, Hampshire
    "Prisoners of Dance"

      For several years now, Filipino prisons have used dance as a method of exercise and rehabilitation for their inmates. Originally invented from watching prisoners exercise in the yard, it was concluded that the routines and discipline needed to perform en masse, as well as the cultural aspect of music, would be beneficial to get the inmates back on the right track.

    PETER SYMONDS COLLEGE, Winchester, Hampshire
    "Pandora and The Deadly Sins"

      All it took was the power of curiosity. A curiosity that released the greatest evil of time. Amongst the joyous ball, Pandora opens a strange box. Suddenly her world is overcome by demons of the deadly sins. Possessing her guests, darkness takes over, leaving Pandora alone. As they approach, a light shines from the box. Could there be hope?

    SOMERTON MIDDLE SCHOOL, Cowes, Isle of Wight
    "Battle of Hastings"

      It's 1964. Teenagers have travelled to Hastings for the weekend. Rockers are riding motorbikes, wearing 1950s fashions, and listening to rock and roll. Mods are riding scooters, wearing smart clothes, and listening to new music. They work together - but can they play together? Our performance is based on what the newspapers of the day called "The Second Battle of Hastings".

    ST ANNE'S CATHOLIC SCHOOL, Southampton, Hampshire
    "A Grandma's story of her beloved South Africa"

      Listen as Grandma reads her story of the turbulent history of South Africa to her Granddaughter. Tribes revolt when the English and Dutch fight to take their land. Blood is spilt over precious diamonds, nicknamed 'Blood diamonds'. Whilst Nelson Mandela lay incarcerated behind bars, local and international aid fight for his freedom. Celebration ensued when at last he is freed.

    THE HENRY CORT COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Fareham, Hampshire
    "Bollywood Dreams"

      Have you ever looked out of your window and longed to touch the stars? In a fusion between a classic fable and Bollywood dance, our heroine journeys through magical places on this very quest. But what do these stars really represent: love, truth, happiness? Our heroine wakes: was her journey merely a dream, or can dreams really come true?

    THE WESTGATE SCHOOL, Winchester, Hampshire
    "Trapped Within"

      "It is a rare blessing when the earth gives back what it has trapped within". We explore the plight of the Chilean Miners. You will experience an insight into the courage and fears of the miners and their families. We take you on a journey that looks at the disaster of this story and the joy of the happy outcome.

    WYVERN TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE, Eastleigh, Hampshire
    "Lost in the Web"

      In the social network race, we all met in cyberspace
      We started a group, our circle of friends
      But the World Wide Web has no end
      We're friends now...you, me...
      You introduced another friend, but who is he?
      Some say it's not real, how can it be
      Can you trust who you cannot see?