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Mattishall Primary School’s Got Talent

Children who performed in Mattishall Primary's talent show. Picture: Mattishall Primary

Children who performed in Mattishall Primary's talent show. Picture: Mattishall Primary

Mattishall Primary

Mattishall Primary has held their annual talent show with everyone from speed stackers to baton twirlers taking part.

All children from Year 1 to Year 6 are invited to audition.

This year there were 34 applicants; singers, dancers, gymnasts, musicians, speed stackers, a baton twirler and some martial arts routines displayed.

The Talent Show final was watched by the whole school and was independently judged by the kitchen staff, Jo, Kym and Tracy and a governor, David.

The winner was Anitta from Year 4 who sang a song in her first language, Malayalam. The song was ‘Minungum Minnaminunge’.

In second place was Savanah from Year 4 who wrote and performed a song in support of her brother who is very poorly.

In joint third place was ‘Scooter Kid’ Bradley who performed some tricks and our returning winners from last year Brooke from Year 4 and Olivia from Year 5 singing and performing, Alone in the Universe.

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