Westwood Junior School proves it's got talent at summer fayre

PUBLISHED: 14:43 28 June 2010 | UPDATED: 14:43 28 June 2010

Pupils enjoy themselves on the many stalls and games at their school fayre at Westwood Junior School, March

Pupils enjoy themselves on the many stalls and games at their school fayre at Westwood Junior School, March

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WESTWOOD'S Got Talent was one of the big events at a primary school fayre.

Pupils enjoy themselves on the many stalls and games at their school fayre at Westwood Junior School, March

More than 20 talented pupils performed their variety acts on stage at Westwood Junior School’s summer fayre on Friday (June 25).

It included a performance by the school’s choir and the young African drummers, who have wowed the school in Maple Grove during the World Cup.

A packed event of parents, pupils and teachers also included stalls by pupils such as a penalty shoot out, game of chance and home made cookies.

In addition there was a tug of war challenge, a barbeque and a prize draw organised by the Friends of Westwood School.

Pupils enjoy themselves on the many stalls and games at their school fayre at Westwood Junior School, March

Deputy head teacher Simon Linney said: “The whole event was a tremendous success. The school would like to extend its heartfelt thanks to all those who helped.”

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