Torrington students' writing success

STUDENTS from Great Torrington Community School have written their own success story. Four of them have scooped the top awards in the Charles Causley Poetry Competition for young people, winning first, second and joint third places. Zoe Thomas in Year 1

STUDENTS from Great Torrington Community School have written their own success story.

Four of them have scooped the top awards in the Charles Causley Poetry Competition for young people, winning first, second and joint third places.

Zoe Thomas in Year 10 won first prize, Emma Chambers in Year 8 took second prize, and Polly Moore, Year 8, and Rory Robinson, Year 11, shared third place.

There was also writing success for Rory Robinson and Will Benson in Year 11, who are both to have work published in the prestigious Manchester Metropolitan University's 'All Write Anthology' of young people's writing. Rory is to have a story included and Will a story and a poem.


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