Creative Interpretations Of WW1
As part of our on-going focus on the centenary of World War One, students from across the school were invited to devise their own creative interpretation of the First World War for a competition run by the History department. The entries revealed a huge depth of thought with some beautiful art work and poems being created.
Although it was a difficult decision to make due to the high standard of entries, the results were as follows:
Lower School overall winner: Jessica Shah
Lower School runners-up: Chloe Edwards, Bethany Simmons and Terri Ziola
Upper School overall winner: Ollie Gardner
Upper School runners-up: Jessica Furber and Alistair Shah
The seven students had a ‘winners’ lunch’ where Mr O’Toole, Headteacher and Governor, Mrs Diane Gowen, discussed their work and presented their prizes.
Students’ work has also been displayed during Remembrance assemblies throughout the week of 10th November 2014, along with research carried out by Year 9 students into the war dead of Sir John Talbot’s, linking in with their current study of the First World War.
Posted by marchesadmin on 4th December 2014, under Uncategorized
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