School's Anti-Bullying Ambassadors arranged a highly successful 'Oswestry Come
Dancing' fundraising event, where academic and boarding staff were invited to
pair up and compete to be crowned winners of the glitter-ball trophy.
competition was hotly contested by each staff pairing, conducting their
practice and preparation very seriously and in the greatest secrecy! There
were some accomplished performances and the audience enjoyed a fantastic
evening of entertainment. The overall winners were Miss Laura Williams,
Bellan House Head of Year 4 and Mr Andrew Heighway, Senior School
maths teacher, who danced to Mambo Number 5.
World Record holder, Amy Hughes, who successfully completed 53 marathons in 53
days, joined the judging panel, and the evening raised over £600, half of which
was donated to the Isabelle Lottie Foundation.
of the Anti-Bullying Ambassadors involved, and Head Girl, Verity Bowen said
"We launched the event with a surprise flash mob dance in front of the
school and we worked hard to ensure the evening was a sell-out so we are really
pleased it was such a success."