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2009 Hackney Junior Results
2009 BE YOUR BEST JUNIOR ROCK CHALLENGE®
Hackney Empire, London - Wednesday, April 29th, 2009

ALL SAINTS' C OF E PRIMARY SCHOOL, Whetstone, London (NEW SCHOOL): the Youth Research Forum Award for Most Entertaining Performance, and the Visions Unlimited Award for Best Video Performance

BOWES PRIMARY SCHOOL, New Southgate, London: the Genesis Community Award for Best Choreography, the FSI Award for Concept Interpretation, and overall THIRD PLACE

BRINDISHE PRIMARY SCHOOL, Lee Green, London: the FSI Award for Concept Originality

COOPERS LANE PRIMARY SCHOOL, London (NEW SCHOOL): the FSI Award for Best Soundtrack, the Ansvar Insurance Award for Best Costume Design, and overall SECOND PLACE

FOULD'S PRIMARY SCHOOL, Barnet, London: the D?Oyly Carte Charitable Trust Award for Best Set Design and Staging, the Be Your Best Foundation Award for Best Stage Crew, the Tega Award for Best Lighting Design, and overall FIRST PLACE

MOSS HALL JUNIOR SCHOOL, Finchley, London: the Genesis Community Award for Best Performance Skill

ST STEPHEN'S CE PRIMARY SCHOOL, London: the Genesis Community Award for Best Drama Skills

WOODCROFT PRIMARY SCHOOL, Edgware (NEW SCHOOL): the Ansvar Insurance Award for Best Hair and Make-Up Design

THEMES

ALL SAINTS' C OF E PRIMARY SCHOOL, W hetstone, London
"The Wooden Boy"

    "The Wooden Boy" Is a story about a wooden boy who was made special and was giving life and wants to be like the rest of the toy pack, but there's a group of bullies that don't allow him to fit in, because he seems different from them.

BOWES PRIMARY SCHOOL, New Southgate, London
"Fist of Tears"

    Year 6 have worked extremely hard in all areas of this production...This is story about soldiers and civilians. As both sides try to claim the land, a fierce battle takes place. Who will triumph? Will peace prevail?

BRINDISHE PRIMARY SCHOOL, Lee Green, London
"Please don't stop the music"

    Music is a vital part of our school lives. We even sing our maths and dance our science. Can you imagine what it would be like and how you would feel if music was not allowed in school? We did!

COOPERS LANE PRIMARY SCHOOL, London
"Free Your Mind"

    A group of children are all identical in dress and movement. They are shocked when a boy arrives who dances in his own style and wears colourful clothing. At first they shun him, but over time he shows them that they too have colour within and that they can be happier by expressing themselves as individuals.

FOULD'S PRIMARY SCHOOL, Barnet, London
"Hero - Born For A Purpose"

    Hooded jokers symbolise destruction in everyday life. Emma, just a child, expresses our desire to be heroes and make a difference. Discouraged by world problems, Emma needs encouragement from an older and wiser person. Consequently, she sees and helps a need in her own world. Emma learns to help change the world, one person at a time, little by little.

MOSS HALL JUNIOR SCHOOL, Finchley, London
"Unforgiving World"

    How would you feel if you woke up one morning with nothing? How would you prove your innocence, if you were blamed for something you didnt do? This is a story of a young boy who struggled to prove his innocence and better himself in an unforgiving world.

ST STEPHEN?S CE PRIMARY SCHOOL, London
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WOODCROFT PRIMARY SCHOOL, Edgware, London
"Not Just a Graffer"

    What is graffiti? Is it art or vandalism? This piece follows the story of a child who turns from anti-social behaviour and vandalism to the creation of beautiful art. Along the way he meets characters that he never thought he could get on with forming unique and special friendships.