Over the last month, students have been busy making poppies for the History Department’s Remembrance Day competition to help commemorate one hundred years since the end of World War One.
Students had to create a poppy- it could be a drawing; 3D, paper mache- whatever they wanted! Some entries were made by individual students; groups of students; and even whole tutor groups!
We had many fantastic entries from across all year groups and houses. Deputy Headteacher, Neil Bowater and Senior School Leader, Evvie Panayiotou judged the best entries on Friday 9th November.
It was extremely difficult to narrow down the best designs, as they were all fantastic however ultimately the overall winners of the poppy competition were York house!
Winners from within each house were also chosen, with each winning form entry earning 5 praise points: LB2, HA5 (runners up HA6 and HA7), YA7 (runners up YB6 and Nia Harries) & GB1. All form and individual runners up will also be awarded 3 praise points.