St Paul's Primary School has taken out two awards at the Wakakirri dance competition in Wollongong.
Wakakirri is an indigenous word meaning dance.
The students presented their performance entitled Phone! which highlighted the prevalence and use of mobile phones in our society.
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The young dancers, under the direction of choreographers Mrs Iliani and Mrs Williamson, worked on their piece for months. The hard work culminated in their performance on August 9.
A judge at the competition said the St Paul's composition was a delightfully fun but relevant issue that affected everyone in society.
"This performance approaches [phone use] in a lovely tongue-in-cheek style which works so well and is very entertaining. Great soundtrack to help drive the thought-line forward and very committed performances from the whole ensemble, a fun piece with a very important message," they said.
The school received an award for best use of the signature item, the sloth, and the Best Raising Awareness Story Award.