|2009 Southampton Day 3 Results|
|2009 BE YOUR BEST ROCK CHALLENGE® DAY THREE|
Southampton Guildhall - Thursday, March 5th, 2009
BRIGHTON HILL COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Basingstoke, Hampshire: the Award for Student Leadership, the Southampton Drug and Alcohol Action Team Award for Achievement in Drug Awareness, the Southampton Healthy Schools Award for Best Soundtrack, the Hampshire Drug and Alcohol Action Team Award for Best Hair and Make-Up Design, and overall THIRD PLACE
BRUNE PARK COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Gosport, Hampshire: the Isle of Wight Healthy Schools Award for Most Entertaining Performance
CROOKHORN COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY, Waterlooville, Hampshire: the Isle of Wight Extended Services Award for Best Costume Design
GREAT OAKS SCHOOL, Southampton, Hampshire: the Ansvar Insurance Award for Concept Interpretation
PERINS SCHOOL, Alresford, Hampshire (NEW SCHOOL): the Be Your Best Foundation Award for Best Stage Crew, and the Hampshire Constabulary Award for Best Video Performance
REGENTS PARK COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Southampton, Hampshire (showcasing Premier Division School): awards of excellence in Choreography, Performance Skill, Hair and Make-Up Design, Costume Design, Drama Skills, Entertainment, Concept Interpretation, Soundtrack, Lighting Design and Video Performance
TOTTON COLLEGE, Southampton, Hampshire: the Award for School Community Support, the Hampshire Children's Services Award for Best Performance Skill, the Isle of Wight Youth Inclusion Forum Award for Best Set Design and Staging, the Hampshire County Council Award for Spirit of Rock Challenge, and overall FIRST PLACE
TRINITY SCHOOL, Newbury, Berkshire: the Award for Cultural and Educational Achievement, the Southampton City Council Award for Best Drama Skills, the Hampshire County Council Performers' Choice Award, the Hampshire Healthy Schools Award for Best Choreography, the Hampshire Police Authority Award for Best Lighting Design, and overall SECOND PLACE
WILDERN SCHOOL TEAM ONE, Southampton, Hampshire: the Gosport Borough Council Award for Concept Originality
BRIGHTON HILL COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Basingstoke, Hampshire
"I'd Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur!"
How would you feel about something else's blood being on your hands? How would you feel about being wrapped in a dead body? Would you kill an animal just to look good? Capturing, torturing and killing animals for their fur is a cruel and violent practice, one which makes us question - where does our fur come from?
BRUNE PARK COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Gosport, Hampshire
This year we have decided to look at what types of people strive to be celebrities. How an element of those people seem to go to any length to become a celebrity and the idea of traditional role models have been cast aside. Our performance looks at how the influence of drugs and violence can shape our wannabe celebrities.
CROOKHORN COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY, Waterlooville, Hampshire
"Game On - Game Over"
Technology has changed the way we play and the time in which we have to play hugely over the last 100 years. We take a whistle stop tour through the development of computer games and the ever increasing danger that it is not just us playing the game but the game playing us in return.
GREAT OAKS SCHOOL, Southampton, Hampshire
Our performance is all about our world. It is colourful and exciting with lots of different people and cultures. To get the best out of our world we have to open our eyes to the colours and our ears to the sounds. Our main character learns to do that in this performance.
PERINS SCHOOL, Alresford, Hampshire
"Signs in Life"
As a teenager it?s hard to decide where you belong. Often the way you look and music you like categorises you throughout your life, and can produce tension and rivalry. Every now and then you get a sign in your life, and whether it is good or bad it can bring together the most unlikely of people or old friends.
REGENTS PARK COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Southampton, Hampshire (Premier Team)
"Welcome to the next generation"
Fairy tales and story books replaced by text books and exams.
Playground games cancelled due to health and safety.
TV, the internet and computer games are replacing creativity and imagination. Childhood is changing.
What is the future for the next generation?
TOTTON COLLEGE, Southampton, Hampshire
The most beautiful things in life can have an ugly side as a little girl finds out. With harsh disregard for her grotesque creature and clown doll, she favours her pretty pink doll. However, one stormy night love turns to fear. Who will go back in the toy box and who will win a place in the little girl's heart?
TRINITY SCHOOL, Newbury, Berkshire
"World At War"
A family is torn apart by War: Children evacuated, fathers and sons sent to the front line, homes decimated by bombs. World at War explores the harsh realities of War juxtaposed with the spirit of the people.
WILDERN SCHOOL, Southampton, Hampshire
"The Year I was Born!"
An investigation into the trends and events of the years the students were born. A whip through time that reminds us of what was happening when we were born, some of it funny, some of it thought provoking and some of it truly life changing. A demonstration of the diversity and the events, trends that shape our lives.