Alway House was a buzz of excitement tonight as pupils anticipated the judging of the annual Desk Decoration competition, supported by the Society of Friends.
A number of prizes were awarded by School Governor and Society of Friends member, Mrs Ann Mathias.
The Overall winner was Emily with her Flower Arrangement-themed desk. The Year 8 winner was Hannah for her Fairy Mushroom World. The Year 7 prize went to Immy for her Tower Poppies and the Best Desk/Costume combination was awarded to Lily for her Wizard of Oz costume and desk.
Mrs Mathias commented: ” There were so many other fantastic and imaginative efforts by our pupils that I wish I could have given many more prizes! Well done to all the pupils and their parents for the support again this year, it was a fun evening for all concerned!”
Alway House houseparent, Helen Caithness, added: “And thank you to the Society of Friends for their unwavering support!”
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