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Ss John Fisher and Thomas More
Roman Catholic High School

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Let all our bright
colours shine.

Winners of the English Writing Competition

Another tough competition to judge, the winners can be seen below.  Their winning pieces of work are all linked at the bottom of the page.

YEAR 7

1st place: LUKE IRONS
 
Mr Hoole said ‘Congratulations Luke. I enjoyed reading your imaginative and evocative piece of writing.  I am especially pleased with your use of figurative language, with some excellent similes and personification used to bring the scene to life.  I was also impressed with your plentiful use of fronted adverbials to craft a setting that was vivid and geographically coherent. You are a worthy winner!  I hope to see more exciting descriptive writing from you in the future’.
 
2nd place: MOLLY GALLOWAY
 
3rd place: TRISTAN FITZPATRICK

 

YEAR 8

 
1st place: HARRY SWARBRICK
 
Mr Jackson said ‘A fantastic effort, Harry, charting Dwight McNeil’s stellar promotion to La Liga giants Real Madrid.  Excellent characterisation and use of dialogue throughout.  Well done’.
 
2nd place: LILLI-MAI O’CONNOR
 
3rd place: BRYONY WIMBLES
 

YEAR 9

 
1st place: LUCIE PEARSON
 
Miss Williams said ‘After looking at some very impressive entries, we have decided that Lucie Pearson is the competition winner with her superb, thought-provoking poem thanking the NHS. 
We chose Lucie's poem due to the thought that she had put into each line; it was clear when judging the poems that Lucie had taken the time to look at some brief history surrounding the NHS, whilst also incorporating the relevant events that we are all facing at the moment.  Well done, Lucie’.
 
2nd place: TOM LOWTHER
 
3rd place: JASON LYTHGOE