Well done to everyone who entered the Red Nose Day design a superhero competition.
Also, well done to our fantastic School Councillors for organising it, and having the very difficult job of judging the winners. All the entries where of a very high standard, and everyone received a small prize.
The Key Stage 1 winner was Evie
The Key Stage 2 winner was Amelia.
They both received an Easter egg as a prize for their excellent entries, Well done to them!
Please take time to view the winners and runners up design a superhero pictures below, and I think you will agree that they are all winners for taking part!
Thank you to all those who entered the recent colouring competition. We were so impressed with all the entries that Mrs Riley bought everyone who entered a token prize.
The winners received a fabulous Usborne Activity Book each. Thank you to Mrs Sherlock who thoroughly enjoyed choosing the books - so that they would be appropriate for each year group winner. Well done to:
Ethan Jenkins in Reception
Elise Cruickshank in Year 1
Gracie James-McNulty in Year 2
Dylan Razaq in Year 3
Megan Dunmore in Year 4
Ben Anderson in Year 5 and
Kaitlin Haynes in Year 6
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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