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    Tour Dates

    2011 SOUTHAMPTON JUNIOR ROCK CHALLENGE
    Southampton Guildhall - Saturday, March 5th, 2011

    BALLARD SCHOOL, New Milton, Hampshire: the Hampshire Healthy Schools Award for Soundtrack, the Hampshire Constabulary Award for Set Design, the Hampshire Health, Personal Development and Well-being Award for Video Performance, and overall SECOND Place

    BARTON PRIMARY AND EARLY YEARS CENTRE, Newport, Isle of Wight: the Southampton City Council Award for Choreography, the Sew n So Award for Costume Design, and overall FIRST Place

    HALTERWORTH PRIMARY SCHOOL, Romsey, Hampshire: the Award for Cultural and Educational Achievement, and the Global Rock ChallengeTM Award for Make-up Design

    HAMBLE SCHOOL SPORTS PARTNERSHIP, Hamble, Hampshire (New school): the Hampshire County Council Award for Entertainment

    LOVE LANE COMMUNITY PRIMARY SCHOOL, Cowes, Isle of Wight: the DAX Printing Award for Hair Design

    PARK VIEW JUNIOR SCHOOL, Basingstoke, Hampshire (New school): Award for Positive Inclusion, the Award for School Community Support, the Award for Press Coverage, the ACRO Award for Concept Interpretation, and the Award for Student Leadership

    ST WINIFRED'S SCHOOL, Southampton, Hampshire: the Hampshire Police Authority Award for Drama Skills

    ST MARK'S CE PRIMARY SCHOOL, Farnborough, Hampshire: the Award for Healthy Lifestyle, the Hampshire Constabulary Award for Staging, the Hampshire Health, Personal Development and Well-being Award for Concept Originality, the Be Your Best Foundation Award for Stage Crew, and overall THIRD Place

    WICOR PRIMARY SCHOOL, Portchester, Hampshire: the Hampshire County Council Award for Performance Skill, the Southampton City Council Award for Lighting Design, and overall FOURTH Place

    THEMES

    BALLARD SCHOOL, New Milton, Hampshire
    "Rainforest Rescue"

      The Rainforest is a vital lifeline on Earth. It is one of the most unique ecosystems, each impressive layer housing some of the world's most endangered species - Jaguars, giant spiders, Monkeys and tropical butterflies. Soon these species will be extinct if mass deforestation continues. It's not too late: let's find a way to stop these wonderful tree houses being destroyed.

    BARTON PRIMARY AND EARLY YEARS CENTRE, Newport, Isle of Wight
    "Metamorphosis"

      Metamorphosis means transformation or change. In ancient China, people lived by the old traditions, unchanged for generations. Boys went to school to learn. Girls stayed at home being beautiful. Rich young ladies married the rich men chosen by their fathers. That was life. It could not be changed. However, with intelligence, courage, love and a little magic, change becomes possible...

    HALTERWORTH PRIMARY SCHOOL, Romsey, Hampshire
    " 2011 A Space Odyssey"

      From the dawn of man right up to the present day, space and the Universe around us have continued to inspire and fascinate. Follow us as we explore everything from the formation of the beguiling rings of Saturn and our own Planet Earth to man's desire for discovery and the intrigue of the Space Race ... our very own Space Odyssey.

    HAMBLE SCHOOL SPORTS PARTNERSHIP, Southampton, Hampshire
    "Follow the Yellow Brick Road....and all that Jazz!"

      Dorothy Gale is swept away to a magical land in a tornado and embarks on a quest to meet the Wizard. Join us as the yellow brick road takes a few diversions, leading into some of the greatest musical fantasies, where dreams that you dare to dream really do come true!

    LOVE LANE COMMUNITY PRIMARY SCHOOL, Cowes, Isle of Wight
    "What's So Civil About War?!"

      Charles I was imprisoned on the Isle of Wight during the civil war. Our production tells of his flight from Hampton Court, his capture in the woods and his final days in Carisbrooke Castle thinking about the hopelessness of war and how your friends can sometimes desert you in your hour of need.

    PARK VIEW JUNIOR SCHOOL, Basingstoke, Hampshire
    "The Journey of the Torch Continues..."

      The Olympics began in Ancient Greece. Over two thousand, seven hundred years ago the flame began its journey. During this time the flame has seen many athletes showing friendship, respect, excellence, determination, inspiration and equality. In 511 days the Olympics arrive in London: what will it be like?

    ST MARK'S CE PRIMARY SCHOOL, Farnborough, Hampshire
    "Oh, I wished I'd looked after me teeth."

      Oh, I wished I'd looked after me teeth.
      And spotted the perils beneath,
      All the toffees I chewed,
      And the sweet sticky food,
      Oh, I wish I'd looked after me teeth.
      Our dance takes us on a journey of temptation and the consequences of giving in to the enticement of sweets, glorious sweets! Come on in, the sweet shop's open!!

    ST WINIFRED'S SCHOOL, Southampton, Hampshire
    "Zoo Story"

      A little girl collects fluffy animals. She visits a zoo and is made aware of how, in real life, animals have struggled - and still struggle - to survive alongside humans. The zoo may offer some animals the only way out to survive.
      St Winifred's presents ‘Zoo Story'.

    WICOR PRIMARY SCHOOL, Portchester, Hampshire
    "Sadako and the Paper Cranes"

      This is the story of a Hiroshima atomic bomb survivor who fell prey to its evil legacy: radiation poisoning. Sadako searches for hope promised in an ancient legend. If she can fold 1000 paper cranes her wish for life will be granted. Tragically, death claims her and it takes her friends to finish the job, sparking a world-wide peace movement.