Ealing's Got Talent (EGT)
Ealing Got Talent (EGT) 2018/19 registration
Ealing organised a new borough wide online talent competition in 2017 called Ealing’s Got Talent to discover and promote primary and high school pupils who have a passion to perform using music, dance or drama.
Due to popular demand, this year’s Ealing’s Got Talent 2018/19 is confirmed in collaboration with Ealing Music Service, West London Mental Health Trust and the health improvement team at Ealing Council. Take a look at the EGT 2018/19 flyer.
Online auditions are open from 10 September to 10 December 2018 for Ealing pupils key stage 1 to key stage 4 under our chosen theme of mental health which is still one of Ealing’s key priorities to raise mental health awareness. Up to 6 acts will be shortlisted on 17 December for the live final taking place on 7 February 2019 with new live audience voting.
- EGT general rules and online application guidance
- Register for EGT 2018/19
- Take a look at the EGT trailer.
Healthy Schools London celebration event
EGT winners and finalists were delighted to be invited to perform at the prestigious Healthy Schools London celebration event at City Hall on 28 June 2018 chaired by Joanne McCartney Deputy Mayor of Education and Childcare. The inspirational morning showcased excellent work of the capital’s schools to support the wellbeing of their pupils.
As part of the Mayor of London’s healthy schools London programme, representatives from 130 schools came to City Hall to receive awards for their work to promote healthy eating, physical activity, emotional health and wellbeing, and personal, social and health education. The ceremony welcomed headteachers and education and health leaders from award-winning schools. As well as award presentations, the ceremony also included speeches from NHS doctor and TV presenter Dr Ranj Singh, Andrew Pembrooke from Teach SRE, and a number of schools across the capital which shared their best practice.
About EGT 2017
The competition's theme was mental health and emotional wellbeing, as evidence suggests that creative and performing arts can help the physical and mental wellbeing of many pupils, building confidence and allowing them to relax, whilst being inspired and challenged.
The final took place in November 2017 and you can read more about the EGT competition, winners and prizes .
EGT high school winner Lyric has been awarded two tickets for outdoor concert Classic Ibiza, Hatfield in association with Ministry of Sound on 1 September 2018 as the second part of the bespoke prize with a meet and greet arranged with performers from Urban Soul Orchestra.
Watch out for updates here on Lyric’s experience at Classic Ibiza coming soon.
As part of the program, an ongoing search for performance opportunities has begun for EGT finalists to promote mental health and emotional wellbeing through their original compositions and remind schools about the importance of embedding resilience into school culture.
If you can recommend suitable events for our finalists to perform at that fit into a mental health theme contact us.
Health improvement team