Stunning More Able Evening

Jeremy Turner
Stunning More Able Evening

The Main Hall was packed to the rafters twice over on Tuesday evening this week for our inspiring now annual More Able Evening.

Current and previous students showcased their amazing talents and work across a whole host of curriculum areas including art, dance, drama, English, music and science to hopefully inspire the many hundreds of students and their parents and carers who joined us for the evening.

Pastoral Support and Communications Manager Mr Malik revisited the Curiously More Able or CMAI initiative launched last year and Associate Leader Mrs Wright outlined the emphasis this year on passion and perseverance. Under the mantra of ‘Getting Gritty’ students were reminded of the importance of mindset and how powerful it is in achieving your goals and dreams.

I would like to thank all the students and staff involved for arranging such an amazing evening which will hopefully support all our More Able students to stretch and challenge themselves and constantly push the boundaries forward with their ongoing learning journey at Bushey Meads.

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