Nailsea Young Historian of the Year - 2017-18
On Sunday afternoon (08.07.18) Miss Brock, Mr Meredith and three members of year 6 were invited to a celebration at the Tithe Barn in Nailsea as the children had been shortlisted in the Nailsea Young Historian of the Year competition. Following their visit to the Tithe Barn in September, all the year 6 children produced a historical response which was submitted to the competition. The entries were all fantastic and the judges told us how difficult it had been to shortlist the four finalists. In the end, they couldn't decide on four so broke their own rules and had five finalists.
At a cream tea with scones and cake, the prizes were awarded to a Year 1 girl and a Year 5 girl from different schools. Then Elly White, Emily Freeman and Evie Baxter from Backwell Junior School went up to get their certificates and book vouchers. The winner was then announced as … Elly White who received a cup to keep and the large celebration cup to hold for the year!
There were several pieces of work that were also shortlisted for finalist places also on display, many of which were entries from our school. Everyone enjoyed sharing the work and achievements of the children. The work will be on display in the Tithe Barn for a few weeks for anyone to see so do pop in and see their fantastic efforts. Well done again girls!!
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