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Ballet success for Crackley Hall

Leamington Editorial 4th Jun, 2016 Updated: 28th Oct, 2016

BALLET teacher Denise Moore is all of a spin having received the examination results of 18 young dancers at Crackley Hall School in Kenilworth.

Fleet footed ballerinas aged four demonstrated their pas, plies and pirouettes in perfect style.

All the girls, who took examinations from passed with a good number gaining the top Honours award for their efforts.

Seven-year-old Cadie Hardwick received an exemplary Honours ‘Star’ award indicating her attainment superseded the range of marks available.

Headteacher Rob Duigan said: “Dancing is a popular part of our extra-curricular programme. It’s wonderful to see so many pupils working towards the focus of an external exam – and achieving such wonderful results.”

The following girls are to be commended for their ballet success – Preparatory – Holly Lloyd-Evans; Lilly Bryson; Isabella Cleary; Merryn Cleary; Stephanie Perkins – Primary – Augustine Dufour; Francesca Voisey; Millicent Lammas – Intro Grade 1 – Amy Farquharson; Cadie Hardwick; Nancy Volpe – Grade 1 – Roberta Kelly; Bergamote Dufour; Silvie Brocklebank – Grade 2 – Freya Dhillon – Grade 3 – Hannah Mason; Eve Farquharson.

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