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Doncaster school pupils are in the good books

John Chapman, Rotary club of Doncaster St Leger secretary presents Bessacarr primary school pupil Tatiana Bujor, eight, with her trophy after coming first in the Rotary District childrens story competition held throughout Doncaster. Picture: Marie Caley.

John Chapman, Rotary club of Doncaster St Leger secretary presents Bessacarr primary school pupil Tatiana Bujor, eight, with her trophy after coming first in the Rotary District childrens story competition held throughout Doncaster. Picture: Marie Caley.

Storytelling youngsters Tatiana Bujor and Alicia Vaughan are in the good books after coming out on top in a regional contest to find the area’s top writers.

Bessacarr Primary School pupil Tatiana was among hundreds of key stage two pupils across Doncaster to take part in the competition.

She was named winner of the Rotary Club of Doncaster St Leger District Literacy Competition, beating off the challenge of youngsters representing 47 other rotary clubs across Yorkshire, Humberside and Lincolnshire.

And also turning a new page in the contest, organised for pupils by the Doncaster Book Awards in partnership with the rotary club, was Alicia Vaughan of Hayfield Lane Primary School.

She collected her award at the Doncaster Book Award finale at Cast theatre and she and her classmates were treated with a workshop by poet Chris White at their school.

Tatiana’s success meant that for the second year running a Doncaster school pupil took the top prize in the district competition.

 

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