School webteam: March 2020
Canon Chancellor Award 2020
Each year the Canon Chancellor Award celebrates the teaching of Christianity in schools and children share their work in a range of different media e.g. poetry, collage or video. This year the KS1 theme was any aspect of Journey in the Bible.
They were delighted with the submissions for the Canon Chancellor Award for 2020. The winners will be invited to attend a presentation ceremony at Chester Cathedral Chapter House later in the year when they will have the chance to share their work.
We are proud to announce that a talented writer in Year 2 became the winner of this award in the KS1 category and she was highly commended for her work.
Congratulations on your outstanding poem Jesus' Journey.
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