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    Tour Dates

    2011 BRIDLINGTON JUNIOR ROCK CHALLENGE
    Bridlington Spa - Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011

    ALL SAINTS' CE JUNIOR SCHOOL, Hessle, East Riding Of Yorkshire: the Humberside Police Lifestyle Award for Make-up Design, the Joseph and Annie Cattle Trust Award for Drama Skills

    BRANDESBURTON PRIMARY SCHOOL, Brandesburton, Driffield (New school): the Humberside Police Authority Award for Concept Interpretation

    HALLGATE PRIMARY SCHOOL, Cottingham, East Riding of Yorkshire:

    HORNSEA COMMUNITY PRIMARY SCHOOL, Hornsea, East Riding of Yorkshire: the East Riding of Yorkshire Council Award for Choreography, the KC Award for Concept Originality, and overall FIRST Place

    INMANS PRIMARY SCHOOL, Hedon, East Riding of Yorkshire: the ARCO Award for Performance Skill

    LECONFIELD PRIMARY SCHOOL, Leconfield, East Riding of Yorkshire: the East Riding of Yorkshire Council Award for Staging, the Andrew Marr International Award for Entertainment, and overall SECOND Place

    PRESTON PRIMARY SCHOOL, Preston, Hull: the Hull and East Riding Charitable Trust Award for Soundtrack, the Humberside Police Authority Award for Costume Design, the Visions Unlimited Award for Video Performance, the TEGA Award for Lighting Design, and overall THIRD Place

    QUAY PRIMARY SCHOOL, Bridlington, East Riding of Yorkshire: the High Sheriffs' and Humberside Police Tribune Trust Award for Set Design, and overall FOURTH Place

    SPROATLEY ENDOWED C.E PRIMARY SCHOOL, Sproatley, East Riding of Yorkshire: the Humberside Police Federation Award for Stage Crew, and the Aunt Bessie's Award for Hair Design

    THEMES

    ALL SAINTS' CE JUNIOR SCHOOL, Hessle
    "Emotions"

      We all experience emotions, but we do not always show them. Join us as we explore the theme of hiding and revealing our emotions.

    BRANDESBURTON PRIMARY SCHOOL, Brandesburton
    "Olympics 2012 - from the beginning"

      We begin in Greece when the Olympics began and our journey then takes us through the ages, highlighting what we believe are the key events. From Athens to Berlin and on to Beijing. We end in London in readiness for 2012. Our interpretation shows the need for commitment and dedication to achieve the dream faster, higher, stronger.

    HALLGATE PRIMARY SCHOOL, Cottingham
    "Making the Right Choice - Valuing Education"

      Education plays a large role in today’s society but how valuable is it? Watch as one child, unsure of the value of education, has a vision of her future. How could the choices she makes in school today affect the rest of her life?

    HORNSEA COMMUNITY PRIMARY SCHOOL, Hornsea
    "Lights! Camera! Action!"

      For over one hundred years the world of cinema has entranced us with its magic. Film has constantly provided audiences with an escape from reality, transporting us magically to exotic locations and different eras. Celebrate with us as we embark on a film journey through time. Watch and dream as we bring the magic of cinema alive.

    INMANS PRIMARY SCHOOL, Hedon
    "You can always find your way back home."

      A girl is having difficulty growing up and finding her way in the world, rebelling against all things precious in life. Thinking the grass is greener on the other side, she enters a Wonderland of plenty, but all's not what it seems. Alice becomes lonely and afraid, longing for family, friends and home. Can she find her way back?

    LECONFIELD PRIMARY SCHOOL, Leconfield
    "Peace On Plutonia?"

      The Plutonians have declared war on Earth! Sixteen of the world's top astronauts have been selected to negotiate a peaceful settlement. Rigorous training takes place on both planets before our astronauts set off. Travelling through time and space, they enter dialogue with the strange and mysterious Plutonian speaking aliens. Will peace be achieved and the human race saved? Commence countdown...…

    PRESTON PRIMARY SCHOOL, Hull
    "The Rainbow Fish"

      The Rainbow Fish thought she was the most beautiful fish in the ocean - her scales were a myriad of colours which shimmered and sparkled. Other fish were amazed at her beauty and wanted to share some of her special scales. She refused and pushed them away, but then became lonely. Eventually she learnt that sharing with friends brings great happiness.

    QUAY PRIMARY SCHOOL, Bridlington
    "Don't dash - savour!"

      10 year old Poppy is in a hurry to grow up. She wears make-up, straightens her hair and despises anything uncool. Watch carefully as our hero, Dr Who, shows Poppy that being a child is really about having fun, enjoying adventure and participating in fantasy – after all, we know that children really are secret action heroes!

    SPROATLEY ENDOWED C.E PRIMARY SCHOOL, Sproatley
    "We're going on a lion hunt"

      The Zulus were desperate to track down the lions, but their journey was fraught with danger. They struggled through the grassy plains, waded through torrents of water, squelched through swamps and braved the horrors of the caves.
      They couldn’t go over it, they couldn’t go under it, they had to go through it, BUT would they catch the elusive lion?!