Bosbury Children Read in the Strangest Places!
We've had a great response to our latest weekly lockdown competition whereby children have been challenged to read in some of the most unlikely places they can think of!
Many avid young readers have been taken their books with them into the great outdoors, taking up lofty positions at the top of climbing frames and tree houses, and even in (shallow!) rivers!
Other children remained indoors but took their reading into every nook and cranny in the house, and even though the rain wasn't an issue inside the house, two brave young ladies still challenged themselves with a risk of getting their books slightly soggy by reading in the shower and even the bath to their cuddly friends!
And of course, it wouldn't be a rural Bosbury challenge without some pupils' farms featuring, and the young man from Class 5 below took the opportunity to take his reading to pretty much every part of his workplace!
Who will be the winner of the strangest place to read competition? The judges are going to have a tough time deciding next week! In the meantime, congratulations to the budding artist Callum from Class 1 who was the winner of the self-portrait competition with this expressive and very eye-catching entry!
We are staying with the theme of faces for our next lockdown home competition where we are this time asking you to create the funniest face you can using just vegetables! Good luck, have fun and get your veggie-entries in by 11:00am on Thursday 25th June to be in with a chance of winning Bosbury's latest creative contest!