SCHOOLS in Petersfield and Sheet enjoyed the end of term celebrating sporting and artistic talent and school attendance at special events.

Sponsored by Henry Adams Estate Agents, who are based in Petersfield High Street, pupils at Petersfield Infants School and Sheet Primary School gained trophies and certificates.

At Petersfield Infant School’s Got Talent show, pupils revealed their talents in a competition to win a Henry Adams trophy.

The children, aged between four and seven, showcased skills, such as magic tricks, guitar playing and dancing.

And there was even a young gymnast who could be the next Louis Smith, one of the Team GB gymnasts at the Rio Olympics, said Craig Towersey, manager at Henry Adams and who awarded the trophies and certificates.

He added: “Petersfield Infant School’s Got Talent’ is a real highlight of my year.

“It is incredible to see such confidence and skill in young children and choosing only three winners was extraordinarily difficult.”

In a seperate competition the children were also asked to create imaginative Olympic-themed postcards.

A school spokesman said that every child took home a certificate of thanks for their efforts and the winners from each class were awarded a Henry Adams badge.

Mr Towersy said: “The children had a week to design their own postcard.

“The results were amazingly colourful and showed a real appreciation of Brazil, both as a country and as host to the 2016 Olympic Games.”

Craig was also pleased to have supported Petersfield Infant School’s summer fair by supplying and manning a crown-making craft stall.

Stickers and jewels were creatively applied and children were delighted to leave the stall wearing their own crowns.

He also visited Sheet Primary School in School Lane, awarding trophies to each of the children who achieved 100 per cent attendance for the entire academic year, and badges to those who attened every day for a full term.