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Young singing stars take to the stage at school’s ‘musical extravaganza’

PUBLISHED: 13:36 23 October 2018 | UPDATED: 14:24 23 October 2018

Langley's got talent. Youngsters at Langley School near Loddon competing in the end of term House Music competition. Photo : Steve Adams

Langley's got talent. Youngsters at Langley School near Loddon competing in the end of term House Music competition. Photo : Steve Adams

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An independent school held a musical celebration to mark the end of the year’s first half-term.

Langley's got talent. Youngsters at Langley School near Loddon competing in the end of term House Music competition. Photo : Steve AdamsLangley's got talent. Youngsters at Langley School near Loddon competing in the end of term House Music competition. Photo : Steve Adams

Pupils from Langley School in Loddon, from year six to year 13, went head to head in the house music competition.

More than 900 people including staff, pupils, family and friends packed into the school’s sports hall for the show, which saw performances in three categories – ensemble, junior solo and senior solo.

Langley's got talent. Youngsters at Langley School near Loddon competing in the end of term House Music competition. Photo : Steve AdamsLangley's got talent. Youngsters at Langley School near Loddon competing in the end of term House Music competition. Photo : Steve Adams

In the ensemble category, St Giles House’s performance of This Is Me from The Greatest Showman took the crown, beating off competition including a rendition of The Proclaimers’ 500 Miles by Mancroft House.

Holly Emmerson took the junior solo title for her captivating performance of Read All About It, and Darcy Innis was top of the senior solo performers with her rendition of Remedy, which saw a sea of mobile phone lights held aloft by her peers.

Langley's got talent. Youngsters at Langley School near Loddon competing in the end of term House Music competition. Photo : Steve AdamsLangley's got talent. Youngsters at Langley School near Loddon competing in the end of term House Music competition. Photo : Steve Adams

Crome House took overall house music winners prize for the third year running.


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