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    Tour Dates

    2010 HUMBERSIDE POLICE BRIDLINGTON JUNIOR ROCK CHALLENGE®
    Bridlington Spa - Friday, March 12th, 2010

    ALL SAINTS CE JUNIOR SCHOOL: the Hull and East Riding Charitable Award for Choreography, the Hull and East Riding Charitable Trust Award for Entertainment, and overall THIRD PLACE

    HALLGATE PRIMARY SCHOOL: the Award for Cultural and Educational Achievement , the Award for Student Leadership, the Be Your Best Foundation Award for Make-Up Design, the High Sherriffs' and Humberside Police Tribune Trust Award for Stage Crew, and overall FOURTH PLACE

    HORNSEA COMMUNITY PRIMARY SCHOOL: the Award for Press Coverage, the Award for School Community Support, the Humberside Police Award for Performance Skill, the High Sheriffs' and Humberside Police Tribune Trust Award for Set Design, the Aunt Bessie's Award for Video Performance, and overall FIRST PLACE

    HOWDEN SPORTS PARTNERSHIP: the Andrew Marr International Award for Concept Originality

    INMAN'S PRIMARY SCHOOL: the Award for Positive Inclusion, the East Riding of Yorkshire Council Award for Costume Design, the East Riding of Yorkshire Council Award for Lighting Design, the Award for Healthy Lifestyle

    LECONFIELD PRIMARY SCHOOL: the Humberside Police Authority award for Staging

    PRESTON PRIMARY SCHOOL: the Arco Award for Drama Skills, and overall SECOND PLACE

    QUAY PRIMARY SCHOOL (New school): the Humberside Police Award for Concept Interpretation

    SPROATLEY CE VC PRIMARY SCHOOL: the Humberside Police Authority Award for Soundtrack, the Andrew Marr International Award for Hair Design

    THEMES

    ALL SAINTS C of E JUNIOR SCHOOL, Hessle, East Riding of Yorkshire
    "Climate Change: A Serious message From Noah"

      In 2007 183 children from our school were affected by the floods. We had to move out of our homes, live upstairs or have relations live with us whilst their homes were repaired. Hundreds of us lost things we valued greatly: we understand why climate change cannot be ignored. We do what we can - as did Noah and his family.

    HALLGATE PRIMARY SCHOOL, Cottingham, East Riding of Yorkshire
    "Fairtrade: Fighting For a Fair Life"

      African farmers are working hard, harvesting cocoaq beans in order to satisfy our chocolate cravings but how much of the money we pay rewards their efforts? For many years, big business has been taking more than its fair share. The everyday superheroes at the Fair Trade Foundation are helping farmers join together to fight for a fair deal and a fair life.

    HORNSEA COMMUNITY PRIMARY SCHOOL, Hornsea, East Riding of Yorkshire
    "United"

      The Football World Cup comes to the Rainbow Nation in 2010. We follow the teams. the stars, the fans as they chase their ultimate goal. The world watches, the WAGs, the journalists, the millions of TV viewers. Can we unite the world through sport? Watch tonight asa the spirit of football triumphs.

    HOWDEN SPORTS PARTNERSHIP, Howden, East Riding of Yorkshire
    "If I Only Had...."

      The story follows three children who have unusually close similarities to that of the characters Scarecrow, Tin Man and the Lion from the classic fiction story The Wizard of Oz. We focus on three obstructions that children can face today: can they overcome them and will we see another happpy ending?

    INMANS PRIMARY SCHOOL, Hedon, East Riding of Yorkshire
    "The Full Moon and Mother Nature"

      It's dark, the moon's full, tides high. Floods, tsunamis and hurricanes to follow. Plants, animals, flowers and buildings destroyed. The full moon can have an effect on human moods that change our personality, causing disagreements, anger and war. After the dark follows light, bringing a rainbow of peace, hope and love and healing the world when new beginnings: what a feeling!

    LECONFIELD PRIMARY SCHOOL, Leconfield, East Riding of Yorkshire
    "Romeo and Juliet"

      Montague and Capulet - two schools who feed into Verona Secondary School. Montague and Capulet - two enemies. Romeo and Juliet - two friends who do not see why an age-old feud should stand in the way of their friendship. The disco - a place to bury old resentments? No way - this is the start of the final battle!

    PRESTON PRIMARY SCHOOL, Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire
    "Free to Dream"

      You know how it is, kids! You get to school: work, work, work. Get home. Eat tea. Do your homework. Quick play if you're lucky. No time! No time to be you, to use your imagination. But bedtime. Now that's MY time. I open up my music box and drift off into a deep sleep, where I'm "free to dream".

    QUAY PRIMARY SCHOOL, Bridlington, East Riding of Yorkshire
    "Under Pressure"

      Today's childrenface many pressures, inflicted upon them by an often well-meaning society. Such pressures can form long-term personal, social and emotional barriers in life. Children from Quay Primary School present to you an interpretation of the pressures that children commonly confront. But will they remain under pressure or will thay raise the barriers in order to succeed?

    SPROATLEY ENDOWED C of E PRIMARY SCHOOL, Sproatley, East Riding of Yorkshire
    "The Changing Seasons"

      Our seasons are struggling to keep their individual identities. Where does one season begin and the other end? As Winter merges into Spring and Summer into Autumn the natural world is turned upside down. We are beginning to see the drastic effects that global warming is having on our planet. It is our duty to help Mother Nature restore harmony.

    THE CREW

      For UKRC: David Beal (Stage Manager), Oliver "Olly" Ashman and Daniel MaCready (Assistant Stage Managers), Tim Macfarlane (Event Manager), Stuart MacGregor (Community Development / PR Manager), Zoie Golding (UKRC Producer) and Sam (Production Assistant);
      From TEGA: Tony Jennings (Lx) and Ed Coupland (Fx);
      From Visions Unlimited: Paul Cooper (mix) and Rob Morphew (camera);
      Volunteers: Lesley-Ann Begg from Aberdeen, John Ellis from Bradford, Tanya Green, Faye Rhodes, Steven Stoddart from Cumbria, John and Wendy Arrowsmith