Junior Schools Quiz 2022

Monday 21st March: St Bartholomew's Win Junior Schools Quiz


The Rotary Club of Royal Wootton Bassett and District organised the annual junior youth quiz which was held on the evening of 21st March at the Marsh Farm Hotel.

It saw six teams of three pupils battle it out facing 10 rounds of 10 questions.
The schools that entered teams were Normarsh, Broad Town, Longleaze, St.  Bartholomews, Broad Hinton and St Mary’s. At the halfway stage, the teams were fairly equal and only half of the teams had fielded the joker which gave them double points for their selected round.

Finally, after a tense battle, the winning team was announced as St Bartholomews who scored 88.5 point. Coming a close second was Broad Hinton with a score of 84.25. The St Bartholomew's team each received a book token for £20 and the coveted trophy for their school with runners up each receiving £10 book tokens. All pupils received a certificate for taking part.

A really successful fun night was had by all the teams, a horde of teachers, parents
and Rotarians. Our thanks go to Allison Bucknell who made an excellent question master, Mark Mudd for organising the whole event and to the other Rotarians who helped to make the whole evening such a success.

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