ANSVAR POWER FM SOUTHAMPTON DAY 3 UK ROCK CHALLENGE RESULTS
Guildhall, Southampton - March 7th 2003
HAMPSHIRE LEARNING & SKILLS COUNCIL
HAVANT BOROUGH COUNCIL
BE YOUR BEST FOUNDATION
ISLE OF WIGHT HEALTHY SCHOOLS INITIATIVE
|APPLEMORE COLLEGE: the Isle of Wight Crimebeat Award for Best Lighting Design
ARCHBISHOP KING MIDDLE SCHOOL: the South Central Connexions Award for Media Management
CANTELL SCHOOL: the Hampshire Learning & Skills Council Award for Best Drama Skills, and overall First Place
COWES HIGH SCHOOL: the Southampton City Council Award for Best Hair & Makeup, the Isle of Wight Healthy Schools Initiative Award for Most Entertaining Performance, the Sewing World Award for Best Costume Design, and overall Second Place
REDBRIDGE COMMUNITY SCHOOL: the Ansvar Award for Best Concept
REGENTS PARK SCHOOL - JUNIORS: the Award for Best Set Design & Staging, the Hampshire Constabulary Award for Achievement in Drug Awareness (jointly with the seniors team), and overall Third Place
REGENTS PARK SCHOOL - SENIORS: the Hampshire Constabulary Award for Achievement in Drug Awareness (jointly with the juniors team), and the Hampshire Police Authority Award for Best Stage Crew
SOMERTON MIDDLE SCHOOL: the Be Your Best Foundation Performers' Choice Award
ST ANNE'S CONVENT SCHOOL: the Power FM Award for Best Soundtrack and the Rotary Club Award for Student Leadership
The world is a beautiful place that man is destroying. Our performance is about the battle against the elements of fire, water and air, that people are fighting due to Global Warming around the world.
Archbishop King Middle School
"Route 66 ... a Journey in Time, Space and Dance"
This is the story of a girl's love for Los Angeles that is stronger than her love for her boyfriend in Chicago. She hitches by Route 66 to Los Angeles. He follows her but is tempted by other glamorous Californian girls.
"On The Eighth Day"
Cantell School takes you on a rollercoaster ride showing man's attempts to create life from Frankenstein's laboratory. Through DNA pathways and molecular structures, we end with a celebration of our uniqueness and ultimate worth.
Cowes High School
All life is precious. We've worked so hard to get this far. Everything we are relies on what we have been. We owe it to our very beginnings to appreciate and celebrate who we are; with an eternal optimism.
Redbridge Community School
This year we take a look back at dance style and performers from the 1920s and 1930s, trying to see how they have influenced the dance styles of today. We hope you enjoy our taste of the golden age - in particular, Fred and Ginger.
Regents Park Juniors
"The Power of Imagination"
Remember being so caught up in a book that you feel part of the action? Ever felt the wind on your face as you fly a broomstick, or explored the world behind your wardrobe? Regents Park Juniors explore the possibilities.
Regents Park Seniors
"The Beautiful Game?"
Football, the only game bringing unity, spirit, magic and passion to nations. Nail-biting entertainment at its best. Hooliganism, Racism, Abuse, Money, Drugs, Slander - Is it such a beautiful game after all?
Somerton Middle School
"Teamwork - Together Everyone Achieves More"
The dance begins with everyone performing together in harmony like an efficient machine. Some members of the team break away and cause chaos. However the dancers gradually realise that by joining together and supporting each other, together everyone achieves more.
St Anne's Convent School
"Totally Addicted To Dance"
Our performance tells the story of 2 lifestyles. The success for some leads to the fulfilment of dreams shown in 'Dirty Dancing' and 'Fame,' whereas 'Chicago' and 'Moulin Rouge' display how failure at audition could lead to drugs and alcohol abuse.