Corpus Christi welcomed former pupil and critically acclaimed singer-songwriter Emma McGann to judge their Corpus Christi’s Got talent competition.

Children showed off their talents in singing, dancing, gymnastics and music.

Emma, also attended Cardinal Wiseman Catholic School and has won the prestigious StudyVox FM Music Award in 2010 and has over 10 millions views on her YouNow channel..

Emma said: “It was my first time coming back to the school and it was amazing to see that it is still buzzing with talent.

 

The judges awarded third place to Year 3 pupil Jude Wilcockson, who played the spoons, and second place to Year 5 group Ramzue for their dance and singing performance.

First place was awarded to Year 6 group Corpus Girls, with their performance of Beyonce ’s smash hit Halo, singing and playing the piano.

Corpus Christi were also lucky enough to see Emma perform her new single B.R.A.V.E.

Charlotte Miller, vice principal said: “This is the fifth year that we’ve held our competition and the standard gets better every time.

“It is lovely for us to see the variety of talents that our young people have and it’s also good for the children to see what their friends and peers can do.

“It was excellent to welcome Emma back to the school as one of this year’s judges – she has gone on to be extremely successful and was a real inspiration to the children.”