NES Bazaar 2017

NES Bazaar 2017

The NES Bazaar is one of the most iconic events of NES. Every year, the school organizes an event called the NES Bazaar where everyone, NES student or not, can attend.

This school year’s bazaar was just as lively as previous ones. It featured numerous stalls that sold a wide variety of goods such as jewellry, hats, foods, books and even slime! This awesome event had bouncy castles, bungee jumping, dog petting, and even a Bull ride! There was also an event where you could throw wet sponges at teachers!

KaPOW!

 

In the food court, there were several types of food including coffee, hot dogs, fresh lemonade, ice cream, sweets, homemade chocolate cupcakes, pizza, burgers, shawarma and many more… Many people couldn’t help but to buy from the food court due to the fact that the bazaar took place so early and so many didn’t get a chance to have breakfast. All of the food and drinks in the bazaar were ABSOLUTELY DELICIOUS!

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Personal Opinions:

Bomi Kim:- “All of the stalls were absolutely fantastic, including the bouncy castles, a dog petting zoo, and the food court. But I personally enjoyed looking at the mouth-watering food court, as I LOVE food (like everyone else… I hope).”

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Hana Dorgham:- “The event was packed, but I enjoyed looking at all the creative things others were selling. I particularly enjoyed the spinning bouncy castle as it was enjoyable trying to dodge the spinners.”

 

Back to the article…

“Revenge is best served with a bucketful of water.” – Sixth formers

To summarize, the bazaar was phenomenal. It was packed with many different types of stalls, games and much more! It gave us opportunities to help others. A special shoutout to all the stall owners who helped make the event a real success! Thank you so much for your hard work! Also a shoutout to Mr Marks, Mrs Strong, Mr Marchant, Mr Mannion and Mr Dada for giving the students a fun time trying to aim at them with wet sponges. Thank you for being good sports! 

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