THREE local schools proudly took to the stage at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall as part of a major dance competition.

Camstradden Primary, Corpus Christi Primary and Drumchapel High all earned their place at the Glasgow City of Dance finals.

On Thursday, June 6, a dance team from each school performed a routine in front of a very busy audience of 2,000 people.

A total of 31 primary schools and 12 secondary schools put on an annual display.

And Drumchapel High won first place at the event, that saw talent from all over Glasgow.

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Jim Smart, PE teacher at the school, said he was both delighted and proud.

He added: “After many hours of practice, and patience, Drumchapel High dance group Nemesis won the City of Dance Championships. The girls are a credit to the school, the community and their families, and raise the status of the school throughout the city and wider afield.”

Jemma Maden, dance coach for Corpus Christi Dance Team, added: “Corpus Christi Dance Team were thrilled to be in the City of Dance finals again.

“They train so hard all year and it is an amazing opportunity to perform in a fantastic venue and to a big audience.

“We love getting ideas from watching other teams and seeing the amazing talent from all over the city.

“The dancers performed so well, and they were a credit to their school and families. They have learned so many new skills, made new friends and taken on new challenges.”