|Celebrating our Success at Reading|
|Friday, 30 March 2012 07:39|
On Tuesday 27th March, my form group of 8.4 reached the ceiling with our bricks and won the competition to make the highest brick wall. (Only paper "bricks," though! We received one "brick" for every book we scored 100% in.) It took us nearly two terms but we finally won. Our wall is 10 bricks wide and contains more than 700 bricks. To win, everyone tried their hardest and took lots of quizzes. Some read small books and some big ones; but everyone contributed to our wall. This competition has now ended for the year 8s but is still going on for the year 7s. However, instead of building the highest wall they have to build the longest bookworm, and if they are able to make the bookworm as long as the length of the field; the head teacher, Mr Franchetti, will award them with a special prize.
Written by Mohit Jain
|Last Updated on Friday, 30 March 2012 10:26|