The children of Key Stage 2 have been eagerly competing in this year’s BGT event. Having raised money last year for the Devon Air Ambulance, this year we having been running the competition to build money and awareness of our Ethiopian school link – where some of our teachers are hoping to visit in the near future.
There were an array of different entries – from singers and dancers to comedy sketches and magic tricks.
Ten acts made it through to the semi-finals and after a round of voting, the most popular acts were chosen to go through. The grand final is approaching on the 26th July. In front of a panel of judges, the final four acts will compete for the title of BGT winners. There are two dance acts – Bronnie & Aurelia and Ellen, as well as two puppet acts – Puppet Curl and Puppet Pals. Last year’s winner was Marlon the Magician so we are looking forward to a very different final!
Broadclyst’s Got Talent has raised over £180 this year – start thinking about what you might want to do next time!