FIRST POSITION FOR HERBIE
Herbie Sleep (Craig House, Year 10) has won the GREAT BIG DANCE OFF (GBDO). He competed with 123 entrants from across England and Wales in the Key Stage 4/5 (ages 14 to 18) solo category.
In what the judges described as a ‘high standard’ competition with a ‘great mix of genres and styles,’ Herbie flipped, rolled, slid, and turned his way into first position, producing an expressive display that left him with 175 points; one point clear of the runner up.
The panel of judges, who included Glen Wheeler (founder and principal of The GW Academy), were simply blown away,
Herbie’s winning competition entry can be viewed below, enjoy!
Further congratulations go to the following pupils who also performed well in the competition.
|Sophia Hawkins||9||Watt||143 (joint 8th in KS3 category)|