Girls in dance success.PERFORMERS from Liverpool entertained judges at a modern dance competition in London.
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[After Barlow, the family name of its makers, two brothers in Sheffield, England.] , 16, from the Elliott Clarke Theatre School both reached the final of the Janet Cram (1) (Chalcogenide RAM) See phase change memory.
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Gabrielle was senior winner of the Janet Cram Northern heats and was crowned over all winner in the senior section at the final in London on Sunday, May 25.
Helen was named premier winner of the Northern heat.
The competition is organised by London based dance examination board, the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing The Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing (ISTD) is an international dance examination board, based in London, England. The ISTD was established as the Imperial Society of Dance Teachers on 25 July 1904, changing to its current name in 1925 and was later incorporated in , to show the best of modern theatre dance.
Suzanne Sharkey, Elliott Clarke principal, said: "The awards are held every year and we entered six pupils into the Janet Cram Northern heats.
"To get into the final is fantastic, we were delighted to have two class winners."