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School talent show proves Watton has talent

PUBLISHED: 09:24 01 May 2019 | UPDATED: 10:15 01 May 2019

Students Lily Bennetts and Millie Turnbull with judges Tina Kiddell, Becky Watts and Ian Warnes. Picture: Wayland Junior School

Students Lily Bennetts and Millie Turnbull with judges Tina Kiddell, Becky Watts and Ian Warnes. Picture: Wayland Junior School

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A Norfolk school has shown that it has special star students as it hosted its annual talent show.

The pupils who took part in the talent show. Picture: Wayland Junior SchoolThe pupils who took part in the talent show. Picture: Wayland Junior School

Wayland Junior's Got Talent highlighted the youngsters abilities as staff, friends and family packed the school to watch.

Kim Walker, from Wayland Junior Academy, in Watton, said: “The atmosphere was electric, the children had attended rehearsals and practiced their acts in preparation for their performance and what an amazing evening it was.

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“A variety of acts performed, from singing and dancing to piano playing and baton twirling.”

“All the children who took part showed that Wayland Junior Academy definitely has got talent.”

The show was judged by three teachers, Tina Kiddell, Becky Watts and Ian Warnes who had the difficult job of choosing the winner.

The top act for the evening was Lily Bennetts and Millie Turnbull, with a rendition of Lost Boy, by Ruth B.


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