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A Merry Christmas from Bosworth Independent School

As always, the New Year marks a new beginning. We are certain there are lots of exciting things to look forward to in the coming year, and we are excited to discover what they are. However, as 2023 draws to a close, there is also a feeling of reflection around the school.

Before we dive into the fun things happening around the school our Headmaster, Jason Lewis, shares a holiday message:

“We would like to wish you a very merry Christmas from everyone here at Bosworth Independent School. We have been enjoying everything that the festive period offers us at the school, whether that’s the decorations, the songs or just the good cheer that permeates everything this time of year.

2023 was a year of growth and achievement. We’ve seen incredible results from our GCSE students who, in key subjects, performed four times better than the national average. We are also pleased with the excellent university places offered to our A Level students. While we’ve made a habit of achievement the festive season is a good time to reflect upon the hard work that all of the staff and students have put in so far to make such achievements possible. It’s because of the support and nurturing nature of our staff that we have been able to help our students thrive at the school – and long may that continue into the new year. Thank you to everyone at the school who makes it possible.

We look forward to the new term starting in January.

With that, we wish you a happy holidays!”

Jason Lewis,

Jason Lewis, Headmaster, Bosworth Independent School

How We Celebrate at Bosworth Independent School

The activities and events taking place here over the next few weeks are a chance for students to experience a traditional British Christmas. It is also an opportunity to enjoy an early Christmas with their friends and school community, whilst celebrating everything accomplished over the Autumn term.

Christmas at Bosworth Independent School looks like this:

Sunday 3rd December: Attending the pantomime is an unmissable British Christmas tradition. So of course, we had to take a trip there. Students were whisked off to watch a ‘panto’ rendition of Cinderella.

Students posing in front of a Christmas light display
A pantomime stage

Thursday 7th December: On this day each year the UK charity ‘Save the Children’ run a Christmas jumper day. This was a chance for individuals, schools and organisations to support their work by wearing the silliest, jolliest or even ugliest Christmas jumper they could find.

Friday 8th December: We threw a Christmas Disco! Students got to celebrate with their friends, dance and sing along to the biggest Christmas anthems during this fun packed evening.

Saturday 9th December: Following our Christmas disco we had an early start with a visit to the Christmas markets are always a wonderfully festive day out. We took students to Oxford where they got to explore market stalls filled with artisan goods, trinkets and the most delicious smelling Christmas snacks.

Thursday 14th December: Of course, no Christmas celebration could be complete without having Christmas Dinner. Christmas dinner takes the form of a traditional roast dinner but has the addition of pigs in blankets, Brussels sprouts, cranberry sauce and turkey, to make it even more delicious.

Students in front of a Christmas Tree