A pupil from St. Lawrence's Church of England Primary School in Gnosall has been announced as the winner of a free prize draw organised by the English Department at King Edward's.
Paige Titley entered the competition on a visit to the school's Open Evening on 30th September. Her prize is comedian David Walliams' new book, "Awful Auntie".
Teacher of English, Miss Burslem, said "There were well over a hundred entries from parents, as well as students, who all had a keen interest in the popular author's latest novel. The winning entry was Paige Titley from Gnosall - Well done!"
The competition is just a small part of the English Department's drive to encourage more reading for pleasure following the introduction of dedicated literacy time for all students each school day, the launch of the Bookbuzz scheme and its support for the annual Readathon competition.
Headteacher, Mr Christey, congratulated Paige and said "thank you to everyone who took part in the competition and for joining us at Open Evening."
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