School children showed off their talents in a very special show.
Warmington School hall was packed with adults and children anticipating a talent show like no other and they were not disappointed.
The children who took part, aged five to nine, had been rehearsing for weeks and delivered an amazing variety of acts, which included dancing, magic, poetry, singing and music.
The Rev Brian Rogers had a near impossible task as judge (Simon Cowell was unavailable) but the overall winner was Rohan, aged eight, who recited the whole of The Owl and the Pussycat by Edward Lear.
“I was very impressed by the high standards throughout the show,” said Mr Rogers.
The head teacher, Dave Norwood, was very impressed by all the acts, especially as it was all the children’s own work and more than half the school had entered.
He said: “I thought that all the children tried very hard. It is difficult to stand up on stage in front of a large audience and perform.”
Warmington School PFA, who had organised the show, supplied a delicious variety of homemade cakes for the participants and audience members in the interval and all the children received prizes and certificates, making it a night to remember for years to come.