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KESGRAVE High School held its very own Oscar-style award ceremony.Over 70 pupils took part in the competition, which took place on Friday in the school's purpose-built drama studio.
KESGRAVE High School held its very own Oscar-style award ceremony.
Over 70 pupils took part in the competition, which took place on Friday in the school's purpose-built drama studio.
The performances, which were entirely organised by the students themselves, ranged from monologues and dialogues to drama, comedy and musical theatre.
There were gold medals for the best pupils in each year group, but the most coveted prizes were the Glass trophies engraved and awarded to the best of the entire school.
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Winners of the Best Actor and Actress awards were Adam Al-Azawi, 15, from Martlesham Heath, and Jade Cole, 16, from Kesgrave.
Adam Tawell, 15, and Colette Poole, 14, both from Kesgrave, picked up the best supporting actor and actress prizes.
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Dan Greenhow, 17, from Martlesham Heath, got the award for technology.
Head drama teacher Jo Bowen said: "This was a chance for anyone to do something they wouldn't normally be able to do in the classroom.
"Drama is increasingly popular at Kesgrave. It was really horrible to have to choose from so many great performances. The standard really was superb."
The festival was such a success it will now be an annual tradition just like the Oscars themselves.