This has been Manor House School's most successful year for talented writing, both winning the local Rotary Junior competition and with a number of girls in the senior school receiving Highly Commended awards for their prize winning writing.
Mr Ian Taylor from the Rotary joined us this week for an assembly to celebrate the recent successes of Manor House students both at local and district level in The Rotary Young Writer’s Competition. The title for this year’s competition was ‘A Different Perspective’ and during the assembly we were treated to poems and stories from the perspective of a chair, The Statue of Liberty, a cat and a dress.
This was Manor House’s most successful year with Tilly (Year 6) winning the local Junior competition and receiving Highly Commended at district level. Naomi (Year 9) was runner up in the Intermediate age group and also received a Highly Commended at district level. Orla (Year 10) was the Senior winner and Kathleen (Year 10) was runner up. Amy (Year 6), Sofia (Year 8), Eleanor (Year 9), Louise D (Year 9), Georgia (Year 10) and Bella (Year 10) all received Highly Commended awards.
We are incredibly proud of our talented writers and we look forward to sharing their prize winning writing and the writing of other girls throughout the school in a Manor House Writing Anthology. Watch this space.
25th May 2018 by Manor House School