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BSB Excellent Readers at The Battle of the Books

08 May 2015

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Venturing down to Dulwich a few weeks ago, past the well-observed Goat Simulator, the  BSB Excellent Readers team achieved a well deserved best-placing of the season so far.  

The BSB posted an immense points total in the penultimate round of the Battle of the Books, beating three out of the five schools. This round required knowledge of all but two of the fifteen books read this year with precise answers required. A few students missed an 'A' or a 'The' in an answer – vital lessons to be learned for the final in mid-July.  

Most impressively, our students made useful links with the other school, notably the French International School.

Watch this space for further Excellent Reader projects!

Update from: Mr. Gregory Anderson, Teacher of English