Monday, 9th July 2012 - comments (0)
Year 6 pupils enjoyed the opportunity to share their interests, hobbies and achievements with the rest of the school community at a special King Edward’s Junior School has talent exhibition on Thursday 21st June.
Pupils organised a display of their photos, certificates, awards, medals and other memorabilia and invited children from other year groups and parents to visit and find out more.
The aim behind the King Edward’s Junior School has talent exhibition was to provide an opportunity for pupils to talk about their hobbies and interests, raise awareness for the range of activities available for children, and inspire other pupils considering trying something new themselves.
Ellie Gibbs shares her love of gymnastics, tennis, the clarinet and cooking
The exhibition was a big success. Year 6 revealed they had a wide range of many interesting hobbies and activities, everything from fossil hunting to collecting wooden African animals.
George-Louis Woodington shares his love of writing, the clarinet and playing rugby
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