Shute's got talent!

PUBLISHED: 12:40 11 November 2009 | UPDATED: 00:32 16 June 2010

SHUTE primary school fought off regional competition to win a radio competition called School s got talent.

SHUTE primary school fought off regional competition to win a radio competition called School's got talent.

The school was awarded a £500 cash prize from Heart FM and pupils will perform in front of 10,000 people at the switching on of the Christmas lights in Exeter next Tuesday (November 17).

Twenty-two pupils, aged four to 10 years of age, impressed a panel of judges when they sang Arms of an Angel.

Music teacher Sarah Ryan said: "We are just so immensely proud of the children's achievement. They are so talented, considering their ages - it's amazing.


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