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Winners 2010-2011

Daffodil Drawing Competition 2011

Posted by Danielle Cowell on 17 June 2011

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1st - Zakery Jones

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2nd Thomas Longden

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3rd Isabella Leyshon

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Highly commended: Lucy Saxon

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Highly commended: Mitch O'Shea

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Special recommendation: Lucy Bunce

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Special recommendation: Alexander Watts

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Special recommendation: Anias Cartwright

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Special recommendation: Denise Yesil

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Special recommendation: James Jensen

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Special recommendation: William Mayne

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Special recommendation: Owen Calway

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Special recognition: Jessica Evans

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Special recommendation: Kiana Williams

Pupils were asked to draw and label their daffodils. We received many fantastic drawings!


Professor Plant awarded Bishops Childs CIW School

& Ysgol Nant Y Coed with sets of easy to construct birdhouses.










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