We had a wonderful time enjoying poetry workshops and a House poetry competition with breathtaking performances.
Our Annual Poetry Day finally took place again after last year's cancellation due to the pandemic. Celebrating the famous Scottish poet, Robert Burns, on his birthday, we had a wonderful time enjoying poetry workshops and a House poetry competition with breathtaking performances.
The competition judges were international students from Palacky University who gave helpful comments and advice to the performers. Each performance was unique and our performers were well prepared using props and costumes they made themselves. Our students contributed to an amazing atmosphere with posters and chants supporting their Houses!
In the end, Wonkas won first place with Twits coming second and Foxes and Matildas following in third and fourth place. This event gave the opportunity to our Houses to gather points and get one step closer to the House Cup!
Thank you to all the teachers who worked hard to prepare this day and the judges for joining us for one more year of poetry! It was amazing to see how much effort our students put into their rehearsals, props and costumes. We are extremely proud of the independence they showed throughout the preparation week and we are looking forward to next year's performances! Next House event: Maths Day!!!
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