A dazzling dance troupe used their moves to help beat bullying, when youngsters from Milton Keynes Academy performed with Diversity in Essex on Friday,
11 Academy students had put together their own Diversity Dance routine, telling a modern-day story using a selection of music and dance styles from different cultural backgrounds.
They won the chance to perform at an anti-bullying event with Diversity, the 2009 winners of Britain’s Got Talent. The prize came courtesy of the Diana Award, an award set up in 1999 in memory of Diana, Princess of Wales.
Tessy Ojo, CEO of the Diana Award, said: “At the Diana Award we celebrate and empower socially active young people from all sections of society. We are proud of these young people who are standing up for what they believe in and celebrating diversity in their schools and communities.
“We are also grateful to our supporters Diversity who helped set up this competition to mark Anti-Bullying Week.”