The annual Caistor Grammar School house music competitions once again took place in the town hall over two afternoons.
On the first day, the hall was filled with the fantastic singing and instrumental playing by the juniors.
And taking the winning spot was Hansard, pictured above, with 86 points.
In second place was Ayscough on 83 points and in third Rawlinson with 75 points.
Judge Dr Martin Watson, composer and musician, praised the “high standard overall.”
“The students did their best and gave it their all; there are many very talented and able students,” he said.
The following day, the seniors took to the stage.
And this time it was Rawlinson who took first place with 107 points, with Hansard a close second on 105 points and Ayscough in third with 101 points.
Of the seniors Dr Watson said: “I can’t believe how the students put on such a good performance in such a short time and achieved such results,” said Dr Watson.
“What a lot of musical talent. Well done to everyone.”
Hansard took the overall first place, with Ayscough second and Rawlinson third.