Norwich School's Senior Dance Company has won a regional dance competition for the third consecutive year.

The group triumphed in the regional finals of the Great Big Dance Off competition, with a performance inspired by Mad Max.

The competition, held in Stevenage on March 11, saw companies from across Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire, Essex and Hertfordshire compete for titles at Primary, Junior and Senior Levels.

Norwich School managed to qualify in all three stages.

Their primary pupils also performed an Addams Family themed dance, earning them runner-up and a place in the Primary National Finals in Oxford in the summer.

Eastern Daily Press: Choreographer Miss Osborn was pleased to see the company win a trophy Choreographer Miss Osborn was pleased to see the company win a trophy (Image: Norwich School)

The Senior Dance Company then performed a piece which combined technique, emotion, storytelling, dramatic costumes and makeup.

They emerged as clear leaders, a full 10 points ahead of the runners-up.

Under the direction of Imogen Osborn, head of performing arts who choreographed the winning piece, Norwich School will now represent Norwich on the national stage, in the final in Cheltenham on July 1.

Miss Osborn, said: "Winning the regional finals for the third consecutive year is a testament to the commitment and dedication of the pupils.

"All three companies worked so hard and I am immensely proud of what they have accomplished.

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The Great Big Dance Off is open to schools across England and Wales and is the only dance competition aimed solely at schools.

The competition also runs virtual competitions for soloists.

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