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Upper Hutt Leader : September 21st 2011
17 UPPER HUTT LEADER, SEPTEMBER 21, 2011 ! #$%&%'(!! () *$( +)$ )' % ,-.! (/%( 0-(12 -(/ ,-.!1 0)& %33 %#!1 %'4 %,-3-(-!1 5!633 #!( +)$ &-4-'# (/-1 1$77!&8 )'3+ %(999 !"# $%&'# $#()*# ! #$%& '( )**+, -.(( / !012112 +##, %-.* -/( 012#3 3,++ 4(5,$6+ .&(%7 85. &++9 %(: Dance moves of the ages Dynamic duo: Tahaani Hepi and Megan Belton, both year 6. Night fever: Grace Barr, year 4. Counting the beat: Sean Hurdle, year 6. Photos: JIM CHIPP Rock 'n' rollers: Paul Van Zil, left, year 4, and Brooke O'Styke, year 5. Oxford Crescent School children gave a polished performance on the Wellington Opera House stage. Teacher Dana Matthews said the theme of the children's show was The Evolution of Dance'' in Art- splash Dance two weeks ago. We did rock 'n' roll, disco, eighties-nineties, hip-hop and line dancing,'' she said. The children began practising at the beginning of term 2. It was a lot of hard work and we made most of the costumes. I had this amazing group of parents helping me do that.'' Dance is a passion for Ms Matthews and she loves to see the kids get involved.
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