Kingham Hill School celebrated the end of the 2017/18 school year with its our annual Speech Day event on Saturday 30th June.
With sunshine across the grounds throughout the day pupils and guests were treated to a lovely summer's afternoon, which included a Chapel service, picnics outside, a prize-giving ceremony, afternoon tea and cricket match.
As per School tradition Speech Day was used to formally mark the last day of school, and congratulate pupils on their successes and academic achievements from across the year.
The day began with musical performances from our talented pupils in the marquee and followed with a lovely chapel service where the whole school and community gathered together to give thanks for a successful year.
Following a picnic lunch guests gathered for the prize-giving ceremony, which saw pupils receive their trophies and literary gifts. Headmaster, Nick Seward also gave his address, reminiscing about some of the highlights and achievements of the past school year.
Our guest speaker, Revd. Andrew Wingfield Digby, former director of Christians in Sport and London 2012 Olympic Chaplain, inspired pupils and guests alike with his memories of supporting big sporting stars during his time working with the England Cricket team.
The day was completed with the annual pupil vs Hillians cricket match supported by many guests who enjoyed a wonderful English afternoon. Congratulations to the pupil team who won highly contested match.
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