Caister Academy students shine at dance revue

PUBLISHED: 13:49 07 March 2017 | UPDATED: 13:49 07 March 2017

The Caister Academy dance revue
Pictures; Caister Academy

The Caister Academy dance revue Pictures; Caister Academy


More than 100 students at Caister Academy have taken part in the school’s 10th annual dance revue at St George’s Theatre.

The Caister Academy dance revue
Pictures; Caister AcademyThe Caister Academy dance revue Pictures; Caister Academy

There were three separate performances.

The evening started and ended with the Year 10 and 11 BTEC Dance groups treating the audiences to their examination pieces.

Caister Academy dance club students performed a high-energy jazz piece, with the Year 8 dance project students performing a contemporary fusion piece to John Legend’s Love Me Now.

The boy’s dance project took place in the school and over the two days the boys worked with Jack Stinton, to create a modern dance piece in response to the music; a dance they performed very well on the night.

The night also featured pupils from Centre Stage Dance School.

The young ones had been working on different aspects of musical theatre and performed a dance routine dressed as orphans from the musical Annie.

Principal Michelle Strong said: “The staff and students all worked incredibly hard to prepare for the three performances and have shown real determination and commitment throughout.

“We are exceptionally proud of their achievements and are already looking forward to next year’s revue. Thanks must go to Mrs Preston for all her hard work.

“It was certainly worth it in the end. It truly was a lovely uplifting evening.”

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