School is tops for talent

We've all heard of Britain's Got Talent, well pupils at a local school have shown they 've get talent too. Thorne Green Top Primary School pupils took to the stage on Tuesday (26 March) to sing, dance and in the case of four clowns, clown around for the entertainment of fellow pupils and in front of several judges, including Ian Brew, head at Trinty Academy. They were also due to perform for parents later in the week. Our picture shows the acts gathered together for a group photograph.
We've all heard of Britain's Got Talent, well pupils at a local school have shown they 've get talent too. Thorne Green Top Primary School pupils took to the stage on Tuesday (26 March) to sing, dance and in the case of four clowns, clown around for the entertainment of fellow pupils and in front of several judges, including Ian Brew, head at Trinty Academy. They were also due to perform for parents later in the week. Our picture shows the acts gathered together for a group photograph.

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Youngsters took part in Green Top’s Got Talent at Green Top Primary School, in Thorne, with Trinity Academy principal Ian Brew among the contest’s judges.

Pupils performed their acts to parents.

Claira Salter, lower phase leader at the school, said pupils had developed their acts, which included singing and dancing, especially for the competition, which took place in the school hall.

She said the school was delighted to be able to share its pupils’ talents with the community.