Youngsters from seven primary schools put on a fantastically varied set of performances at West Swindon’s Got Talent at the end of February.
Organised by Lydiard Park Academy, two entries each from Brook Field, Millbrook, Oliver Tomkins, Peatmoor, Tregoze and Westlea primary schools were sent to the show after holding auditions.
Singers, drummers, gymnasts, impressionists, dancers and actors performed in front of a large audience.
Oliver Tomkins headteacher Rhian Cockwell said: "The annual talent show is eagerly awaited by Year 4 and 5 pupils. Children really enjoy preparing a show; they have a lot of fun, but it takes courage and determination to step out in front of a crowd. Last year our pupils won the novice category and they became local heros in the school."
Jenny Taylor, Lydiard Park Academy head of drama and one of the judges, said: "There was a lot of talent this year and it was really difficult to choose who would win the trophies".
Matti Pilich from Westlea Primary School was chosen as the winner for his athletic Brazilian Capoeira dance performance. Runners up were singer Precious Malinga from Millbrook and magic duo Mia Hudson and Kate Searle of Brook Field.