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05 February 2015
BVIS’ annual Vietnamese and English Poetry Slam was held this Wednesday. KS3 headlined the event this year and in preparation for this much anticipated occasion, all our students in Years 7, 8 and 9 have been busy perfecting their poems on a range of themes including: Places, Teenagers and Dystopia. The event was hosted by our charismatic MCs Anna (10I) and Axel (8V), last year’s ‘Slam’ winners. The judging panel included BVIS’ very own Principal Mr Holyome who commented on the variety and quality of talent on display in the ‘Slam’ this year. Indeed, the standard of poems from our Key Stage 3 poets was ever more impressive. This, however, created problems for the judges who had an excruciatingly hard time deciding on three winners. After much deliberation, an eventual decision was made and the worthy winners of the BVIS Poetry Slam 2014 are as follows: Luu Nguyet Thu from 7V (English winner); Nguyen Xuan Thanh (Kara) from 7B (Vietnamese winner) and finally our overall Poetry Slam Master HoChauKiet from 7B.
Thank you to the Vietnamese and English departments for inspiring and guiding Key Stage 3 students through the writing process. However, a special mention has to be made to Ms Sumpter who has worked tirelessly for many weeks coordinating the event to ensure this year’s Poetry Slam was hugely successful.