Churchill Academy students showcase their dance skills

PUBLISHED: 14:00 01 January 2017

Year 11 pupils in costume.

Year 11 pupils in costume.

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Students from a North Somerset school took to the stage this week to showcase their dance moves.

Twinkle-toed pupils from Churchill Academy and Sixth Form danced their hearts out to secure top marks in a fairytale choreography project.

Eleven groups of year 11 pupils took to the stage with the hope of impressing their teachers.

The pupils’ performances and choreography were graded by staff and will contribute to their final BTEC mark.

The teams were supported on stage by younger members of the school’s dance club.

A spokesman for the school said: “The students planned, organised and choreographed the show, which took inspiration from the theme ‘once upon a fairytale’.

“Beauty and the Beast, Peter Pan and Cinderella all took to the floor to showcase their talent.

“The performances from the evening will go towards their final mark.”

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