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2009 Hull Junior Results
2009 HUMBERSIDE POLICE VIKING FM JUNIOR ROCK CHALLENGE®
Hull Ice Arena - Thursday, April 30th, 2009

BUDE and CLEEVE PRIMARY SCHOOLS, Hull (NEW SCHOOLS): the ARCO Award for Entertainment

GILSHILL PRIMARY SCHOOL, Hull (NEW SCHOOL): the Visions Unlimited Award for Video Performance, the Humberside Police Award for Drama Skills, and overall SECOND PLACE

LONGHILL PRIMARY SCHOOL, Hull (NEW SCHOOL): the Ansvar Insurance Award for Set Design and Staging, the Viking FM Award for Soundtrack, the Tega Award for Lighting Design, the Yorkshire Forward Award for Hair and Make-Up Design, and overall FIRST PLACE

MAYBURY PRIMARY SCHOOL, Hull (NEW SCHOOL): the Humberside Police Lifestyle Award for Costume Design, the Humberside Police Federation Award for Performance Skill, and overall THIRD PLACE

THE GREEN WAY PRIMARY SCHOOL, Hull (NEW SCHOOL): the Be Your Best Foundation Award for Stage Crew, and the Be Your Best Foundation Award for Concept Originality

VICTORIA DOCK PRIMARY SCHOOL, Hull (NEW SCHOOL): the Andrew Marr International Award for Choreography

WHEELER PRIMARY SCHOOL, Hull (NEW SCHOOL): the Hull City Council Award for Concept Interpretation

Written Awards may be posted 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

THEMES

BUDE AND CLEEVE PRIMARY SCHOOLS, Hull
"Tomorrow's sporting heroes"

    With the countdown to the 2012 Olympics ticking, we explore the talents of tomorrow?s sporting heroes. From basketball to gymnastics, boxing to football, our youngsters will be the stars of tomorrow. This collaborative piece from two primaries demonstrates what can be achieved with ultimate teamwork and athletic commitment. We can all be winners, if we strive to 'be our best'.

GILLSHILL PRIMARY SCHOOL, Hull
"CHOOSE A LIFE DROP THE KNIFE"

    Through our work in SEAL and PHSCE we explored the concepts of similarities and differences focusing on how violence can destroy lives of those we love. Two gangs struggle for power until a tragedy makes them realise we must live in harmony. We invite you to join us in our dance of 'Chose a Life Drop the Knife!'

LONGHILL PRIMARY SCHOOL, Hull
"Olympic Games"

    Longhill Primary School will be carrying out a performance about the Olympic Games. We will be portraying many of the events that take place at the Olympics and will be showing how the Olympics began in Greece and in 2012 will be taking place in London.

MAYBURY PRIMARY SCHOOL, Hull
"Our Unique Earth"

    The year 2100. Humans have made Earth inhabitable. The lucky few take a ride into space to try and find a place to live. At every turn there's a problem, Mars' too hostile, Neptune's too cold. There is nowhere to go. Flashback to today, never forget where you're coming from, there is only one Earth, let's take care of it!

THE GREEN WAY PRIMARY SCHOOL, Hull
"Small Footprints"

    As a green school we are looking at ways to provide a more sustainable approach, as over the year?s mankind has not looked after our planet. Although we are only small we are doing our best to ensure that our bit of the world is protected so that future generations will be able to enjoy it.

VICTORIA DOCK PRIMARY SCHOOL, Hull
""Under the Sea""

    We have been thinking about the environment, especially under the sea. Coral reefs are being slowly destroyed by pollution and global warming and we wanted to celebrate life amongst the reefs under the sea.

WHEELER PRIMARY SCHOOL, Hull
"Move on up!"

    Moving school isn?t always easy, as Wheeler pupil Ewan finds out when he has to leave his friends and start afresh at Grum Primary. His new classmates are a tough crowd, and Ewan has to make some bold moves to gain their friendship. The issues that Ewan faces reflect children?s experiences across Hull, where regeneration projects make moving school commonplace.
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