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Dancers from a Cricklewood secondary school off to London Youth Games

PUBLISHED: 12:17 28 January 2016 | UPDATED: 12:17 28 January 2016

Whitefield School pupils have beaten stiff competition to dance at the London Youth Games

Whitefield School pupils have beaten stiff competition to dance at the London Youth Games

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Pupils from a secondary school in Cricklewood have won gold by dancing their way to a top youth competition.

Students from Whitefield School in Claremont Road, will represent Barnet for the final of the London Youth Games next week at the Olympic Park.

The young performers beat off competition from around the borough to win first place in the level one KS3/KS4 mixed dance competition.

They each won gold medals after performing a contemporary dance which stunned judges.

Each dance routine was judged on concept, choreography, performance skill and overall impact.

They will compete for the capital crown in the London Youth Games final at The Copperbox Arena at the Olympic Park on February 3rd.

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