Rupert Grint and Oliver Phelps Visit Sainsbury School

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Dec 15, 2011

Posted by Mel

The Bishop Walsh Roman Catholic School in Sutton Coldfield recently won a contest held by WB to have Rupert Grint visit their school:

n celebration of the release of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows ’ Part 2″
on 3D Blu-ray, Blu-ray Triple Play and DVD on the 2nd December, Warner
Home Video and Sainsbury’s offered one lucky person the chance to win a
visit to their secondary school from Rupert Grint. Almost 2000 schools
were entered into the competition which is a massive 42% of all eligible
schools in the UK.

The winning school Bishop Walsh
Roman Catholic School in Sutton Coldfield kept the visit a secret from
pupils and revealed the surprise in a special assembly in the lead up to
the Christmas break.

One of the stars of
the worlds most success film franchise, Rupert Grint visited the school
along with co star Oliver Phelps on the morning of the 13th December for an exclusive Q&A and personal delivery of copies of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows ’ Part 2″ on Blu-ray.

Sarah Bird, Director
of Marketing for Warner Home Video UK commented “We are delighted to
have partnered with Sainsbury’s to give the pupils and teachers of the
winning school Bishop Walsh Roman Catholic School the opportunity for
Rupert Grint and Oliver Phelps to visit them. They all had a day to
remember and magical memories to share with their children in years to
come!”

You can see pictures of the visit here in our galleries.





12 Responses to Rupert Grint and Oliver Phelps Visit Sainsbury School

Avatar Imagekyrstalkris says: Those lucky students! ARGH. But I'm glad they had a chance to meet two of all the amazing Weasleys! :D And does anyone find it weird that James is not with Oliver this time?Avatar ImageLunaLuver says: Those are indeed very lucky students. I bet they had a blast. :) I thought the same thing. Why wouldnt James have gone too? Seems a bit odd to me.Avatar ImageValeria-Johanna says: @LunaLuver, perhaps he had something else on? Just because people are twins, it doesn't mean they have to go around together all their lives!Avatar Imagedaldula says: Waw we never had any interesting events going on in my school I bet the students and staff had a great dayAvatar ImageFleur-de- Lily says: Those lucky students! Avatar ImageWON_TWO says: How lucky for them!Avatar Imagewandmastercalum says: Wow that's pretty lucky :D really jealous nowAvatar ImageLuna-Rose says: Arrg! Im so jealous!! I wish i was at that school! :( <3Avatar Imagehewy says: How wonderful for the students and teachers and how great was it for Rupert and Oliver to spend time with the children answering questions. Way to go guys!!!!!!Avatar Imagelovelle says: That's just too awesome! Congrats to the school who won, I'm so envious!Avatar Imagejhangelgurl says: Lucky students. Congrats to them!Avatar Imagelilyluna257 says: very very lucky students, i wish i had met them. In response to valeria - johanna: i think shes totally right - why should james and oliver follow each other around just because they're twin, more specific - WEASLEY twins?? I think it's perfectly fine

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