Welwyn Garden City and Hatfield pupils take part in primary school talent show

Fours schools from Welwyn Garden City, Hatfield and St Albans appeared in the Premier Arts Talent Sh

Fours schools from Welwyn Garden City, Hatfield and St Albans appeared in the Premier Arts Talent Show. Picture: Premier Education Group - Credit: Archant

Children from four Welwyn Garden City and Hatfield came together to showcase their talents in a performing arts show.

Pupils took part in the Premier Arts Talent Show from Panshanger School and Our Lady School in WGC, St Philip Howard in Hatfield and St John Fisher School in St Albans.

The performance took place at the Ridgeway Academy, with the four schools creating six performances with a mix of both dance and drama, led by performing arts leads Ruby Maebh and Taylor Bush.

Judges Jason Coughlan, Devon Douieb and Emily Hegarty declared Our Lady’s School as the overall winner of the Premier Arts Shield, basing the decision on which performance gained the loudest cheer.

Premier Arts, which delivers extra-curricular activities in all four schools, thanked parents for supporting their children through the performance and hopes to run an even bigger show next year.

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