|2009 Bridlington Junior Results|
|2009 HUMBERSIDE POLICE VIKING FM JUNIOR ROCK CHALLENGE®|
Bridlington Spa - Thursday, March 12th, 2009
ALL SAINTS' CE VC JUNIOR SCHOOL, Hessle, East Riding Of Yorkshire: the Humberside Police Lifestyle Award for Costume Design, the Andrew Marr International Award for Choreography, and overall SECOND PLACE
HALLGATE PRIMARY SCHOOL, Cottingham, East Riding of Yorkshire: the Humberside Police Award for Drama Skills
HORNSEA COMMUNITY PRIMARY SCHOOL, Hornsea, East Riding of Yorkshire (NEW SCHOOL): the Yorkshire Forward Award for Hair and Make-Up Design, the Viking FM Award for Soundtrack, the Visions Unlimited Award for Video Performance, and overall FIRST PLACE
HOWDEN JUNIOR SCHOOL, Howden, East Riding of Yorkshire (NEW SCHOOL): the Arco Award for Entertainment
HOWDEN SPORTS PARTNERSHIP, Howden, East Riding of Yorkshire (NEW SCHOOLS - Barmby on the Marsh, Eastrington, Gilberdyke and Newport Primaries): the Tega Award for Lighting Design
INMANS PRIMARY SCHOOL, Hedon, East Riding of Yorkshire (NEW SCHOOL): the East Riding of Yorkshire County Council Award for Concept Interpretation, and overall THIRD PLACE
PRESTON PRIMARY SCHOOL, Preston, East Riding of Yorkshire (NEW SCHOOL): the Aunt Bessie's Award for Concept Originality, and the Humberside Police Federation Award for Performance Skill
SPROATLEY ENDOWED C.E PRIMARY SCHOOL, Sproatley, East Riding of Yorkshire: the Be Your Best Foundation Award for Stage Crew, and the Ansvar Insurance Award for Set Design and Staging
Written Award winners will be listed later:
the Rock Challenge Award for Student Leadership
the Humberside Police Award for Achievement in Drug Awareness
the Be Your Best Foundation Award for Media Management
the Rock Challenge Award for School Community Support
the Be Your Best Foundation Award for Healthy Lifestyle
the Rock Challenge Award for Cultural and Educational Achievement
ALL SAINTS' CE VC JUNIOR SCHOOL, Hessle, East Riding of Yorkshire
The universe is a dark void. From this darkness comes the four elements: fire, water, earth and air. The power to create worlds is theirs, but they are distracted as they compete to see which is the most powerful. Only when they work in harmony do they accomplish their greatest creation. Our story begins with the birth of all things ...
HALLGATE PRIMARY SCHOOL, Cottingham, East Riding of Yorkshire
"Why Should I Listen ?"
Everybody's talking about Global Warming, but is everybody listening ? Despite all the warnings, people today are still wasting fuel, water, and not recycling - all of which cause Global Warming. Follow Hallgate Primary School on a journey around the world to witness the human, animal and environmental devastation. We'll show you why you should be listening !
HORNSEA COMMUNITY PRIMARY SCHOOL, Hornsea, East Riding of Yorkshire
In this big world we can easily feel isolated and alone. Whilst we value individuality, we aspire to live in harmony. Our story travels across the continents, exploring cultural differences from Asia to Africa to America and Europe. However, there is one thing that unites us ... friendship. We invite you and "absolutely everybody" to "Join Us".
HOWDEN JUNIOR SCHOOL, Howden, East Riding of Yorkshire
"The Toy Shop"
The Toy Shop in Howden isn't like any other Toy Shop around. This Toy Shop has wonders that many have never seen before or heard of. as the owner of this magical shop closes the doors for the night, the toys begin to come alive. From sun down until dawn the toys bring alive the many wonders of this store.
HOWDEN SPORTS PARTNERSHIP (Barmby on the Marsh, Eastrington, Gilberdyke and Newport Primary Schools), East Riding of Yorkshire
Is TIME running out for the Indians and Wildlife of the rainforest or are we, as the developed world, just in TIME to change our ways and save The Amazon from being no more ? That is the BURNING question.
INMANS PRIMARY SCHOOL, Hedon, East Riding of Yorkshire
"Together we Dance, Divided we Fall"
Leaving the comfort zone of the primary school we are faced with many new emotions: confusion, excitement, not knowing which path to take, feeling the need to be perfect, not fitting in or liking the reflection you see: teenage life is a part of things to come. If we dance together, we can overcome all changes and believe.
PRESTON PRIMARY SCHOOL, Preston, East Riding of Yorkshire
"Hands are Not for Hitting"
Our theme is based on a story book of the same title read to us as part of our SEAL work on "getting on and falling out". Our performance starts by showing how hands, used in the wrong way, can cause hurt and distress. We then see how many good, kind, helpful and fun things our hands can do.
SPROATLEY ENDOWED CE PRIMARY SCHOOL, Sproatley, East Riding of Yorkshire
"King Nebuchadnezzar learns a lesson"
On the playground we may face pressures from bullies. In the Bible three friends faced pressure from King Nebuchadnezzar. They were commanded to worship the King and his statue. They refused. Standing firm in their beliefs, God saved them from dying in the fiery furnace. Nebuchadnezzar realised that being a bully was not as powerful as holding on to your beliefs.
From Rock Challenge: David Beal (Stage Manager), Anthony ("Ants") Sweetman (Assistant Stage Manager), Zoie Golding (UK Producer), Tim Macfarlane (Event Manager) and Stuart MacGregor (Business Development Manager);
From Tega: Tony Jennings (Lx), Ed Coupland (Fx) and Tom Mumby (followspot on Primary day);
From Visions Unlimited: Simon Bishop (mix and camera 2) and Rob Morphew (roving camera 3);
From The Spa: Anita (followspots) and Steve (followspot on Senior day);
Volunteers: Phil Bates, Sammy Eastwood, Tom Gale, Tanya Greene, Steven Stoddart, Matthew Whittingham, Wendy (merchandise) and John