Young People's Poetry Competition


CAN YOU WRITE A TERRIFIC POEM??

Once again, we can say  YES.

We have our winners and our runners up.

In the Primary Class

The Winners were Grace Morris with her poem - "There's a wolf somewhere"
and Martha Evans with her poem - "Fox"

and the runner up was Amelia Jones with her poem - "The fox"

And in the Secondary Class

The winner was  Shannon Flynn with her poem - "Woman"

and the runners-up were Chloe Higgins with her poem - "Like a ghost in the snow"
and Henry Shears with his poem - "Weather Knives"

In October, we'll start putting together two anthologies of the best poems from each of the classes.
We'll also have more photos from the prize event on September 7th at the Regal.

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