Talented students perform at festival of dance

PUBLISHED: 10:00 06 April 2018

Dancers from Broadoak Mathematics and Computing College.

Dancers from Broadoak Mathematics and Computing College.


Talented dancers from a Weston-super-Mare school put on an ‘incredible’ performance at North Somerest Festival of Dance.

Lottie, Kylie, Agata, Kacie, Phoeniz, Sienna, Ellie, Emma, Abbie and Alisha took to the stage to showcase their skills on behalf of Broadoak Mathematics and Computing College.

The girls performed two dance routines and Agata was also interviewed on stage after the performance.

A school spokesman said: “The girls carried out an incredible performance of extremely high quality. They worked unbelievably hard in rehearsals leading up to the event displaying a slick routine.

“Agata was asked, as the oldest dancer, to be interviewed along with the youngest dancer in front of the audience. Overall it was a fantastic opportunity to showcase the phenomenal talent we have at Broadoak.”

More than 1,000 students across North Somerset took part in the event.

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