12:52PM, Saturday 01 March 2014
Dancing dogs and star singers lit up the stage as pupils proved that Claires Court's got talent.
Eight acts faced off at the annual junior boys talent show in front of a packed audience of parents and students, who were treated to singers, instrumentalists, comedians and dancers.
All the finalists impressed the panel of judges but it was Sam Roberts and Sam Hitchen from year four who were crowned champions thanks to their energetic break-dance double act.
Christine Ward, who organised the event at the site in Maidenhead Thicket, said: "Every member of the audience had the chance to cast their vote.
"It was a very close result and as ever, the parents and children loved the show.”
Later in the evening, the inaugural talent show for the junior and senior girls was staged at the site in College Avenue.
The showcase spectacular started with a bang as year six pupils flooded the stage to perform their own 'Hairspray' dance routine.
A variety of acts strutted their stuff but it was the dance moves of Harry the dog which won the day.
Drama teacher Kate Warren said: "The diversity and quality of acts was outstanding.
"It was a great evening, with a variety of acts to suit all tastes in the 250 strong audience, it truly was a night to remember."
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