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Kennet School dance show transports audience to the movies



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The first half of each performance was a mixture of examination pieces, mainly choreographed by GCSE and A-Level pupils themselves.
The second half was themed on the movies and the items ranged from ‘There's no business like show business’ through to ‘Licensed to kill’ and ‘Somewhere over the rainbow’.
During the evenings, pupils from Whitelands Park school and Francis Baily school also took part.
At the end of the evenings headteacher at the Stoney Lane School, Paul Dick, presented flowers to five sixth formers, who had given help to the dance department, Ellen Lomasney, Olivia Coogan, Alex Forbes, Emma Butler and Leonnie Bergin and music teacher, Luke Coventry, who led the live band.
Flowers were also given to dance teacher Claire Nunn and to head of dance Sarah Greener.
Mr Dick congratulated all the dancers and particularly the two groups from Whitelands Park and Francis Baily, who performed and enjoyed dancing with much older pupils.
He added: "Kennet went to the movies and it was a night to remember."



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