Thursday, 20 August 2015

Top 10 Finalists Announced in the Woolworths MySchool SingWithUs Competition




As part of Woolworths’ strategic collaboration with Grammy Award-winning musician, record producer and philanthropist, Pharrell Williams, an announcement has been made revealing the Top Ten Finalists for the MySchool SingWithUs competition.

Judges Jon Savage, Katlego Maboe and Theo Crous had the tough task of witling down almost 200 entries from primary and high schools nationwide before finalising the top 10. Pharrell Williams himself will decide on the ultimate winning group, and will announce his decision on the 26th August 2015. Woolworths is hosting a private Pharrell concert for its WRewards customers in September, and the winning singing group will perform on stage with him, as well as win a grand cash prize of R100,000 for their school.

The Top Ten School Finalists are (in no particular order) are:

Western Cape





Zwaanswyk High School




Garden Route




Gauteng



Hudson Park Primary School




Well done and congratulations to the finalists!

3 comments:

  1. It’s good to see that there are schools that are promoting other activities as well besides always preparing students for exams or telling them to write long assignments. I swear I’m so fed with writing all those assignments that I’m soon gonna take Affordable Assignment help to get out of this constant exhaustion.

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  2. Jon Savage, Katlego Maboe and Theo Crous are all very professional judges, but is there any possibility of any change in the judges' panel in future? If that is the case, then maybe there are some people who are qualified to become judges, including the experts at the Cheap Essay Writing Service.

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  3. I am very amazed and become happy to see the competition in the school.After watching all videos,i missed my school days when i was in 10th class and we also take part in different contests.Now i am at Cheap Essay Writing Services UK remember those days and i like the contest at Durban Girls High School very much we do same things like that at school.

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