Pupils at Fenland school awarded Oscars to celebrate their writing talent in Hollywood style awards ceremony

PUBLISHED: 12:11 14 March 2011 | UPDATED: 12:12 14 March 2011

Emneth School pupils with their winning Oscars-themed awards after hosting a book club for a week.

Emneth School pupils with their winning Oscars-themed awards after hosting a book club for a week.

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THE King’s Speech may have won a host of Oscars last month but Fenland pupils celebrated their writing success in their own Hollywood style award ceremony.

Emneth School pupils with their winning Oscars-themed awards after hosting a book club for a week.

Children at Emneth Primary School wore formal clothes, today, as they accepted their Oscars for categories such as Best Poem, Best Story and Best Handwriting after they worked really hard to produce their best written work.

Joanne Borley, the school’s Headteacher, presented the awards to the pupil after they walked up the red carpet and through a balloon arch to the stage in a decorated school hall.


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