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Photo Scavenger Hunt Success for Year 7 Team

21 October 2015

Ella, Ellie and Maja in Year 7 were victorious in the BISS Puxi Photo Scavenger Hunt this month because of their combination of creative ideas and huge effort to get as many photos as possible. 

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It was tough to choose a winner after great entries from: Abi, Alena, Anna, Bhavya, Freya and Phoebe in Year 11; Verity Lord and her family; Mitchell and Macken Lee and their parents; the Crockarts; and Lucy Cooper’s family.

A massive thank you to everyone who took part!

Lots of money was raised for the Seeway Tanzania charity and we are now well on our way to raising the 70,000 RMB target.

April Rudd, Mathematics Teacher and Tanzania Expedition Co-Leader