Entries for Kate Miller-Heidke’s ‘Caught In The Crowd’ video competition came from all over Australia, with plenty of schools wanting to get on board for the worthy project and it’s efforts to highlight the ongoing problem of schoolyard bullying. And while the students of Mosman High School in Sydney and Dandenong High School in Melbourne came very close to winning the competition (they were equal runners-up), it was the students of Upper Coomera State College to Brisbane’s south who were the worthy winners, with their fantastic entry which cleverly highlights the problems of not only traditional bullying, but also cyber bullying (see the video below). For their win, the school picks up a $2000 Sony Video hardware package, plus Ms Miller-Heidke will visit the school for a liver performance. For those not lucky enough to be at Coomera State College, you can catch the singer as she embarks on her ‘Caught In The Crowd’ tour at the end of the month. It kicks off at Melbourne’s Prince Of Wales on April 30.