Nuneaton Festival of Arts: Writing Section
Mrs Young worked with thirteen of our talented writers and encouraged them to write a piece of independent writing for the Festival of Arts – these were entered into the ‘original short story section’.
We were delighted to hear that many of those who entered received prizes; these included four first places, one in Yr 1, Yr4, Yr5 & Yr6.
Everyone who entered helped our school to win the Drachendale Cup. This cup was presented to the school showing the best promise with their writing – as several schools in the Nuneaton area took part – we were very proud of this award.
Those who received awards were invited (along with their parents) to a Prize giving ceremony held on Tuesday 5th May. Certificates were awarded by the adjudicator and the Mayor of Nuneaton. The winning entries, for each year group, will be on display in the Nuneaton Library, there are also pictures in the local Newspaper.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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