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    2011 SOUTHAMPTON DAY 4 RESULTS
    Southampton Guildhall - Thursday, March 3rd, 2011

    BAYLIS COURT SCHOOL, Slough, Berkshire: the Hampshire Drug and Alcohol Action Team Award for Achievement in Drug Awareness, the Award for Press Coverage, the Award for Healthy Lifestyle, the Award for School Community Support, the Award for Positive Inclusion, the Hampshire County Council Award for Performance Skill, the Global Rock ChallengeTM Award for Make-up Design, the ACRO Award for Concept Interpretation, the Hampshire Health, Personal Development and Wellbeing Award for Video Performance, and overall FIRST Place

    GREAT OAKS SCHOOL, Southampton, Hampshire: the Hampshire Healthy Schools Award for Soundtrack, the Sew n So Award for Costume Design, the Hampshire Police Authority Award for Spirit of Rock Challenge®, and the Hampshire Healthy Schools Performers' Choice Award

    HARLINGTON UPPER SCHOOL, Harlington, Bedfordshire: the Award for Cultural and Educational Achievement, the Award for Student Leadership, the Hampshire Constabulary Award for Set Design, the Hampshire County Council Award for Entertainment, the Southampton City Council Award for Lighting Design, and overall THIRD Place

    PERINS SCHOOL - A COMMUNITY SPORTS COLLEGE, Alresford, Hampshire: the Hampshire Health, Personal Development and Wellbeing Award for Concept Originality

    REGENTS PARK COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Southampton, Hampshire: the Southampton City Council Award for Choreography, the DAX Printing Award for Hair Design, the Hampshire Police Authority Award for Drama Skills, the Be Your Best Foundation Award for Stage Crew, and overall SECOND Place

    TOMLINSCOTE SCHOOL AND SIXTH FORM, Frimley, Surrey (New school): the Hampshire Constabulary Award for Staging

    TOTTON COLLEGE, Totton, Hampshire (Premier School showcase performance): a number of Awards of Excellence

    THEMES

    BAYLIS COURT SCHOOL, Slough, Berkshire
    "Open your Eyes" (Inspired by and in support of the 'Open Your Eyes' campaign by the NSPCC.)

      To escape the violent reality of her life a young girl runs to her toy trunk and opens her world of imagination. Can her toys help her forget? Can her toys protect her? Can they keep the demons away?

    GREAT OAKS SCHOOL, Southampton, Hampshire
    "Don't Judge a Book by its Cover"

      Every day, people make assumptions about things based solely on appearance. We choose things because they look perfect on the outside. For instance, imagine you're reading a fairytale. What do you expect: Prince Charming and a beautiful Princess? What about the Witches, Goblins and Trolls? Not everything is as it appears to be, so don't judge a book by its cover!

    HARLINGTON UPPER SCHOOL, Harlington, Bedfordshire
    "What Makes Britain Great?"

      What does make Britain Great? Is it our vast tastes in music, art and food? Our amazing variety of cultures? Our sporting heroes, landmarks or Armed Forces? Follow our journey of discovery to see if we deserve the title of 'Great Britain'.

    PERINS SCHOOL - A COMMUNITY SPORTS COLLEGE, Alresford, Hampshire
    "EVIE"

      Since time began, women have been a handful. Just ask Adam.

    REGENTS PARK COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Southampton, Hampshire
    ""Don't Fall Asleep!""

      Horror Films. Aimed to startle, elicit emotions of fear and terror. Emotions that have us on the edge of our seats, peering through our fingers and jumping out of our skin. The only genre to turn an innocent doll into our worst nightmare. To watch or not to watch is the question, but one thing is certain: "Don't Fall Asleep!".

    TOMLINSCOTE SCHOOL AND SIXTH FORM, Frimley, Surrey
    "Seeking Perfection"

      Everyday girls seek that perfect body image: trawling through glossy magazines dreaming of being like the perfect celebrity, spending hundreds of pounds on make-up, shoes and clothes. For what? Our dance attempts to shed those conceptions of the perfect body image and encourages all to just be themselves; be proud of the person they are and to embrace their differences!

    TOTTON COLLEGE, Totton, Hampshire
    "Life isn't a fairytale"

      Our piece is a journey from innocence to experience where Little Red Riding Hood learns 'life isn't a fairytale'. She is shown just two of the thousands of stories of young people who go missing every year. She is exposed to the lives they are forced to lead, but realises that she can make a difference by taking action.