Trip to Great Dunmow’s library for young writers

PUBLISHED: 10:33 27 January 2015 | UPDATED: 15:19 27 January 2015

Winners of the competition Kiki Flower, six, and Kiera Dore, 10, with teacher Sally Evans.

Winners of the competition Kiki Flower, six, and Kiera Dore, 10, with teacher Sally Evans.

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Talented young writers went on a trip to Great Dunmow’s library after becoming finalists in a school competition.

Flitch Green Academy asked pupils to write a short story, with a Christmas theme in mind, at the end of last term.

All the finalists, along with the two winners Kiki Flower, six, and Kiera Dore, 10, were treated to a trip to the library on Monday.

Teacher Sally Evans said: “I was amazed by the standard of their work. I e-mailed all the parents about how well all the pupils did. It was a really great competition and it was so hard to judge.”

Don’s of Dunmow, kindly put on a free coach to take the children to their destination and back again to the school.


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