RENTON Dance Studio in Farnborough triumphed at the Tudor Rose Festival in Guildford, when 27 dancing schools competed for trophies and medals.
All the top prizes went to the Renton girls.
Sally O'Brien (16) won the £100 bursary as well as the senior "victor ludorum" (top girl).
Nicole Cato (10) won junior top girl and Charis O'Connor (13) was "most promising" dancer under 14.
The school also won the choreography prize for a modern group by Sandra Davey.
The school won over twenty cups and trophies and achieved the highest aggregate of marks.
Youngest Renton dancer to compete was Lilia Weddell (5), granddaughter of the principal, Senta Renton, who won the under 7 tap trophy.
In our picture Charis O'connor is on the left in the back row; Sandra is third from left (back row); Sally O'Brien is fourth from left (back row); Nicole Cato is second from left (middle row); and Lilia Weddell is front row centre.