Proud poets bring honour to their school

2019-09-25 06:01
St Anne’s Diocesan College pupils received nine of the 27 prizes presented at the Douglas Livingstone Creative Writing Competition Prize Giving held at Westville Girls’ High on September 19. Girls from Grades 10, 11 and 12 were awarded two first place prizes, second place and six highly commended awards. With their English teachers is (from left) Hannah Pitt, Anne Hammond, Kate Burnett, Dana Ross (teacher), Amy Coxon Gilliatt­, Rachel Brown, Frances Martin, Penny Peacock (teacher), and Ogodiseng Mothudi.PHOTO: SUPPLIED

St Anne’s Diocesan College pupils received nine of the 27 prizes presented at the Douglas Livingstone Creative Writing Competition Prize Giving held at Westville Girls’ High on September 19. Girls from Grades 10, 11 and 12 were awarded two first place prizes, second place and six highly commended awards. With their English teachers is (from left) Hannah Pitt, Anne Hammond, Kate Burnett, Dana Ross (teacher), Amy Coxon Gilliatt­, Rachel Brown, Frances Martin, Penny Peacock (teacher), and Ogodiseng Mothudi.PHOTO: SUPPLIED

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