Schools don’t stop believing and make Glee contest rock!

Glee  26/11/11  (news''St Edmunds School, winners of the Portsmouth Schools Glee Competition held at the Guildhall in Portsmouth.'Picture: Ian Hargreaves. (114203-12)
Glee 26/11/11 (news''St Edmunds School, winners of the Portsmouth Schools Glee Competition held at the Guildhall in Portsmouth.'Picture: Ian Hargreaves. (114203-12)
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ORGANISERS said the second Portsmouth Schools Glee Competition was a ‘dramatic improvement’ on last year.

Producer of the competition Nick Coles said the five schools who competed on Saturday at the Portsmouth Guildhall raised the bar with their excellent performances.

Each of the schools sang two songs inspired by the hit US TV show Glee. Taking part were Priory School, St Edmund’s Catholic School, Crookhorn College of Technology, Miltoncross School and City of Portsmouth Girls School.

In their first year in the contest the overall winner was St Edmund’s, with the City of Portsmouth Girls coming second for the second time and winning awards for their two soloists.

Mr Coles said: ‘It had such a friendly atmosphere and the standard was a dramatic improvement on last year.’