A SHOW-STOPPING gymnastics display took the top prize at Holyrood Academy’s Talent Show.

Year 8 pupil Hettie Behan came first, with Rocky Lanfranchi’s performance of Maroon 5’s Sugar in second, and Chloe Adams took third with a cover Billie Eilish’s The End of the World.

A total of £342 was raised for House charities through cakes, refreshments, raffle and donations.

Teacher Brianna Chapple-Hyam, who planned the evening, said, “The sensation of the night had to be Rocky Lanfranchi who had the audience on their feet, waving torches, holding banners, chanting and singing along with him.

“Rocky shocked his mum by not saying what his act was and there was hardly a dry eye in the audience at the end of his performance. What a way for him to end his Year 11 at Holyrood.”

Teachers also took part with a synchronised swimming display.