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    2011 PORTSMOUTH JUNIOR ROCK CHALLENGE DAY TWO
    Portsmouth Guildhall - Wednesday Jun 1st, 2011

    BEDENHAM PRIMARY SCHOOL, Gosport, Hampshire: the Award for Student Leadership, the Award for Positive Inclusion, the Hampshire Constabulary Award for Video Performance, the ACRO Award for Stage Crew, and overall THIRD Place

    CARISBROOKE CE PRIMARY SCHOOL, Carisbrooke, Isle of Wight (New school): the Award for Healthy Lifestyle, and the Hampshire Constabulary Award for Make-up Design

    FRONT LAWN JUNIOR SCHOOL, Leigh Park, Havant, Hampshire (New school): the Hampshire Drug and Alcohol Action Team Award for Achievement in Drug Awareness, the ACRO Award for Staging, and overall FIFTH Place

    MEDINA PRIMARY SCHOOL, Portsmouth, Hampshire: the Sew n So Award for Costume Design

    MERTON JUNIOR SCHOOL, Basingstoke, Hampshire (New school): the Award for Press Coverage, the Award for School Community Support, and the DAX Printing Award for Concept Originality

    NINE ACRES COMMUNITY PRIMARY SCHOOL, Newport, Isle of Wight: the Portsmouth City Council Award for Drama Skills

    NORTHWOOD PRIMARY SCHOOL, Cowes, Isle of Wight (New school): the Hampshire Healthy Schools Award for Concept Interpretation

    SHARPS COPSE PRIMARY AND NURSERY SCHOOL, Havant, Hampshire: the Hampshire Healthy Schools Award for Performance Skill, and the Hampshire Police Authority Award for Hair Design

    SOLENT JUNIOR SCHOOL, Portsmouth, Hampshire: the Hampshire Constabulary Award for Choreography, the Be Your Best Foundation Award for Soundtrack, the Hampshire Health, Personal Development and Wellbeing Award for Lighting Design, and overall FIRST Place

    SOUTH FARNBOROUGH JUNIOR SCHOOL, Farnborough, Hampshire: the Hampshire County Council Award for Set Design, and overall SECOND Place

    ST JOHN'S C OF E PRIMARY SCHOOL, Gosport, Hampshire: the Award for Cultural and Educational Achievement, the Hampshire Police Authority Award for Entertainment, and overall FOURTH Place

    Also awarded: the Sir John Hoddinott Award for Excellence to Hannah Goodwin and Rachel Moran (South Down College)

    THEMES

    BEDENHAM PRIMARY SCHOOL, Gosport, Hampshire
    "Alice's Adventures in a not so "Wonderland""

      Alice prefers reading to playing with her friends but when she is lured into a 'Wonderland' by the creatures in her latest book, she soon realises that her real friends and family are more important than her imaginary ones. But will she be able to resist the temptation another time?

    CARISBROOKE CE PRIMARY SCHOOL, Carisbrooke, Isle of Wight
    "You've Got a Friend in Me"

      'You've Got a Friend in Me' is about finding friendship in the strangest places. In our story a boy is shunned by the local children in his village and runs away to the forest. The forest is home to a terrifying beast exiled by the villagers. The boy and the beast forge an unlikely friendship that unites the whole village.

    FRONT LAWN JUNIOR SCHOOL, Havant, Hampshire
    "The Curse"

      The Smith family were very excited about going on a mystery holiday on a big ship. They waved goodbye to their friends and family and set off on their journey, But unbeknown to them a storm was brewing; was this the start of the curse? Follow the story to see what happens, will they ever make it to their destination??

    MEDINA PRIMARY SCHOOL, Portsmouth, Hampshire
    "The Circus"

      Everybody has a dream and the right to try and achieve it. Beth wants to join the circus but doesn't know where she fits in. Will it be with the clowns, acrobats, elephants, ballerinas or lions? Beth shows us the need to persevere until you find your true talent and let your light shine!

    MERTON JUNIOR SCHOOL, Basingstoke, Hampshire
    "Dance Dilemma...to conquer and unite all."

      You can't help who you fall for.
      Harry is a street dancer. Mary is a ballroom and Latin dancer. They move in different circles. All they have in common is their love for each other and dance! Can they survive against the odds?

    NINE ACRES COMMUNITY PRIMARY SCHOOL, Newport, Isle of Wight
    "South View Story"

      Our tale tells of a forbidden friendship, a friendship thwarted by rivalry and prejudice. Their loyalties torn between each other and two gangs, the Niners and the Teknos, our heroes struggle to do what is right. Will their friendship survive? Please enjoy a timeless story retold for the world of today.

    NORTHWOOD PRIMARY SCHOOL, Cowes, Isle of Wight
    "Round the World in 8 Minutes."

      Our story is about 3 bored children. They think they are different , that they don't belong anywhere. An imaginary trip around the world triggered by postcards they receive changes everything. They realise that similarities and differences are what makes the world go round and that there is a place in the world for everyone.

    SHARPS COPSE PRIMARY AND NURSERY SCHOOL, Havant, Hampshire
    "Jai Ho! - Slums to Stardom?"

      Our story begins in the slums of Mumbai in India. Here there are around 2 million people living in unimaginable conditions. We follow the rags to riches story of two children who by chance meet a Bollywood film director. They get swept away in the sparkle and vibrancy of Bollywood. Will this be the slums to stardom story they've dreamed of?

    SOLENT JUNIOR SCHOOL, Portsmouth, Hampshire
    "The Journey of Man"

      From the primordial soup, life emerged: beginning as single-celled organisms and evolving into multicellular fish, plants, insects, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals. Man has travelled through ever more sophisticated stages with relentless curiosity and a constant desire to evolve and excel. Join us on our fascinating journey as we explore the birth and evolution of our species.

    SOUTH FARNBOROUGH JUNIOR SCHOOL, Farnborough, Hampshire
    "The Prince of Egypt"

      Two brothers divided by destiny, two mothers turmoil and sacrifice. The story of Moses from his birth to his destiny to lead the Hebrew slaves of Egypt.

    ST JOHN'S C OF E PRIMARY SCHOOL, Gosport, Hampshire
    "Much Ado About Shakespeare"

      All the world's a stage,
      And all the men and women merely players
      They have their exits and their entrances
      And one man in his time plays many parts.....
      Our performance acknowledges the work of William Shakespeare, the most widely read author of the Western World. His language is familiar to everyone. Enjoy scenes from Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet and Othello.