YOUNGSTERS at Cullingworth Primary School faced off against each other for an end of term talent contest.

The Cullingworth's Got Talent competition ended up producing a key stage one winner, a key stage two winner and an overall winner.

Most of the children, performing in groups and has soloists, concentrated on singing and dancing.

But other acts included a hula hoop display, a taekwondo demonstration and a cheerleading performance.

School administrative assistant Jill Smith said: "It was a great fun. Each school class had held auditions for the competition and there were two solo or group performances by each class.

"The whole school watched the competition in the hall, and at the end the staff performed a Spice Girls-style song and dance routine."

The occasion was also used for a farewell presentation to a long-serving member of staff. Kitchen supervisor Janice Wright retired last Wednesday (July 23) after 34 years at the school.