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Video: Laurance Haines School pupils perform award winning routine in Rock Challenge
Pupils at Laurance Haines School performed the dance routine which won them a place at the final of a national competition to an audience of parents and teachers.
The school had entered the "Rock Challenge" competition, which encourages schools to choreograph and costume a dance routine and pit themselves against teams from all over the country.
The Vicarage Road school’s dance was based on sustainable fishing and featured children in dolphin costumes, and others dancing with large nets.
The pupils came second out of ten primary schools in the Stevenage heat, winning eight awards and a place at the final in Portsmouth.
Andy Armstrong, vice chairman of the school’s PTA, and parent governor, said: "The kids have been practicing for months in rehearsals.
"The idea is to get the kids together on stage, getting a natural high from performing rather than from substance abuse."
The final will take place in Portsmouth on June 18.