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National Poetry Day Competition Poster

National Poetry Day Competition

Well done to all students who won prizes in the National Poetry Day competition. The winning poem is called “A Home”, and was written by Emily  Norton, 7H.



A Home

A house for a mouse would be very small
A house for a giraffe would be very tall

A house for a frog would be very slimy
A house for a flea would be very tiny

A house for a bird would be made out of twigs
A house full of mud would be perfect for pigs

A house for a mole would be underground
A house for a chameleon would not easily be found

But a house is a home, no matter who for
Even if it is slimy or muddy or tall



The full list of winners are as follows:

1st prize: Emily Norton 7Y

Runners up:

Dale Jones 8G
Ellen Richards 7Y
Honor Williams 7Y
Lucia Emily Harris 7I
Alika Hodge    8G
Ruby Mai Harford 7B
Garret Biggs 8G
Lowri Williams 7Y
Jordan Langley 7Y

Please come to the Library to collect your prize and if you didn’t win this time, watch out for the new Library competition coming soon!

Congratulations also to the “Guess the genre” competition prize-winners, shown below. Well done all involved!

1st. prize –Lauren Whitehead 7Y

Runners up – Emily Norton 7Y
Bethany Evans 8Y
Grace Simpson 7I
Hannah Kearney 7Y
Antonia Stewart 9Y
Heidi Rogers 9N

Congratulations to all these students who guessed the correct genres! Come and collect your prizes from the Library staff….more competitions coming very soon!

National Poetry Day Competition Poster

National Poetry Day Competition

Well done to all students who won prizes in the National Poetry Day competition. The winning poem is called “A Home”, and was written by Emily Norton, 7H.



A Home

A house for a mouse would be very small
A house for a giraffe would be very tall

A house for a frog would be very slimy
A house for a flea would be very tiny

A house for a bird would be made out of twigs
A house full of mud would be perfect for pigs

A house for a mole would be underground
A house for a chameleon would not easily be found

But a house is a home, no matter who for
Even if it is slimy or muddy or tall



The full list of winners are as follows:

1st prize: Emily Norton 7Y

Runners up:

Dale Jones 8G
Ellen Richards 7Y
Honor Williams 7Y
Lucia Emily Harris 7I
Alika Hodge 8G
Ruby Mai Harford 7B
Garret Biggs 8G
Lowri Williams 7Y
Jordan Langley 7Y

Please come to the Library to collect your prize and if you didn’t win this time, watch out for the new Library competition coming soon!

Congratulations also to the “Guess the genre” competition prize-winners, shown below. Well done all involved!

1st. prize –Lauren Whitehead 7Y

Runners up – Emily Norton 7Y
Bethany Evans 8Y
Grace Simpson 7I
Hannah Kearney 7Y
Antonia Stewart 9Y
Heidi Rogers 9N

Congratulations to all these students who guessed the correct genres! Come and collect your prizes from the Library staff….more competitions coming very soon!

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