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"Reluctantly, I wait for the holidays to come. I love coming to school. I am still doing cross country...the reason why I started was because Jessica Ennis inspired me."Year 3 Pupil, Hesketh House
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Saturday, 25 June 2016
Pupils from Bolton School Girls’ Division met with success in the first ever North-West Association for Language Learning (ALL) Poetry Competition, which the School also hosted. Contestants from five local schools had to recite a poem in French, German or Spanish from memory. The adjudicators praised the very high standard and the Girls’ Division was delighted that Holly Fowler in Year 6 won the French section and Hafsa Syed and Lucy Styles won the Year 9 Spanish and German sections. Mariyah Karim for Spanish, Cate Lord for German and Shivani Chohan and Sharon Daniel for French also received certificates for their achievement.
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Holly Fowler won the Year 6 French poetry reading section
The Bolton School contestants ahead of the competition
Sharon Daniel and Shivani Chohan received certificates of achievement for their French reading
RT @sfparkroad: I may not be an aerodynamics expert yet, but inspired by the enthusiasm Professor Willem Toet and Dr Kathryn Richards have shown for their jobs @BoltonUni this evening https://t.co/4lNEyRoTvV