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A Day in the Life

Well-being Competition

House Well-being Competition for Mental Health Awareness Week.

Pupils and staff were invited to send photos or videos of themselves doing any activity that promotes well-being.

We received some wonderful photos and it’s been lovely to see you all enjoying yourselves in different ways!

Results

1st place: Brooke 9 entries (9 points)

Also:
3 points to Andrew Digby for his Shadows picture (The man is rich whose pleasures are cheapest. Henry David Thoreau)

 

 

 

 

 

 

3 points to Thomas Jennings for his Seedlings Picture (If you want to be happy for a short time, get drunk, happy for a long time, fall in love, happy forever, take up gardening! Arthur Smith)

plus 3 points for coming 1st

TOTAL 18 POINTS

2nd Place: Guy 4 entries ( 4 points)

Also:

3 points to Rajan Hayer for his Cupboard Building picture (A thing of beauty is a joy forever – John Keats)

 

 

 

3 points to Adam Lane for his selection of 4 great pictures - (1 shown here) (Variety it the spice of life, that gives it all its flavour – William Cowper)

 

 

 

 

 

 

playing Bananagrams with family

plus 1 bonus point to Bill Gill for his Big Hair Reveal (Life’s too short to have boring hair – Anon)

plus 2 points for coming 2nd
TOTAL 13 POINTS

 

 

 

3rd Place: Tudor (with 1 entry from Mrs Bradshaw) – so 1 point
plus 1 for coming 3rd
TOTAL 2 POINTS