Special Moments Outside of School!
At Bosbury we love to hear all about what our talented pupils have been up to outside of the school gates with their own hobbies and pastimes - here are just three brilliant examples of what our lovely pupils have been involved in outside of school recently.
First mention goes to this avid horse-rider from Class 5 who represented Bosbury School at the NSEA schools showjumping competition held on Wednesday 30th October. He won third and sixth place rosettes in the individual category with his trusty steed and qualified for the Regional Grassroots Final to be held in December. We wish horse and rider alike the very best of luck for this upcoming competition!
Well done also to the two young men from Class 5 who you should be able to spot in the two pictures below as they proudly represented Ledbury Swifts Junior Football Club on parade at the annual Remembrance Sunday Service held in Ledbury Town Centre on 10th November.
Finally, we would also like to say a big well done to this very thoughtful and talented young lady from Class 4 who was inspired to make her very own Rubik's cube for blind and partially-sighted people with different textures cleverly being used for each of the different colours, and she also put her amazing artistic skills to very impressive use by producing this stunning A-Level standard sketch of a human eye! What truly talented pupils we have here at Bosbury!
Parents has YOUR child or children achieved something extraordinary outside of school? Please don't hesitate to email the school at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know, not forgetting to attach any pictures of your child's amazing feat! We would LOVE to hear about them!