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Winners of the Halloween Themed Photograph Competition

Thank you to all of those who went onto The British School Warsaw Facebook page 

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Thank you to all those voted for their favourite Halloween themed picture.

The winner of the competition was Filip J in Year 9JK followed closely by Aleksandra M in Year 7OS. Congratulations to these two talented photographers!

"During the October holidays, I stayed in the town of Mysłakowice in the Polish region of Śląsk. In the town, I saw an old, ruined building, probably a mansion. It looked haunted. I decided that I couldn't resist such an opportunity to take a Halloween-themed photo." Filip J.

At the end of each month the Key Stage Three Photography Club will be asking for your help to vote on Facebook for our monthly winning photograph from a series of four weekly themed winners.

If you would like to join our club and have your talent for photography recognised please join us on Wednesday's at 12:45 in room 220.

 

Kari Ellis

Assistant Head Pastoral / KS3&4 Humanities