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Neatherd High School in Dereham proves it has talent an annual show

PUBLISHED: 14:54 29 November 2017 | UPDATED: 16:08 29 November 2017

Dance group Sparks taking part in Neatherd's Got Talent. Picture: Marion Broughton

Dance group Sparks taking part in Neatherd's Got Talent. Picture: Marion Broughton

Marion Broughton

An annual event at Dereham’s Neatherd High School proved once again that its students definitely have talent.

Dance group Ignite taking part in Neatherd's Got Talent. Picture: Marion Broughton Dance group Ignite taking part in Neatherd's Got Talent. Picture: Marion Broughton

Over 60 students took part in Neatherd’s Got Talent in the canteen which was filled to capacity with supportive family and friends.

The quality and variety of the acts certainly didn’t disappoint, with the audience being treated to a range of talents, including dance (contemporary and tap), magic, vocal groups and solo vocal/instrumental performances.

The judges for the evening were headteacher Peter Devonish, Colm Gilhooly, (maths teacher), Charlotte Welling (head girl) and Sam Lockhart (head boy).

They had the very tough choice of picking the winner for the judge’s award. This went to Robyn Spellacy, who performed the song ‘Skinny Love’ (vocals and ukulele).

Robyn Spellacy won the judge's award in Neatherd's Got Talent. Picture: Marion Broughton Robyn Spellacy won the judge's award in Neatherd's Got Talent. Picture: Marion Broughton

There were also two audience votes which went to the two outstanding dance groups - Sparks and Ignite.

Hannah Coe taking part in Neatherd's Got Talent. Picture: Marion Broughton Hannah Coe taking part in Neatherd's Got Talent. Picture: Marion Broughton

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