Flower awards are no miniature feat

Pictured from left are Charlotte Boothe, Ania Watson (Wildlife Club Leader), David Pearson (Headteacher) and Emily Witney.
Pictured from left are Charlotte Boothe, Ania Watson (Wildlife Club Leader), David Pearson (Headteacher) and Emily Witney.
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PUPILS from Sutton on Sea Primary School enjoyed their own taste of nature when they entered their miniature garden into the Sutton on Sea Horticultural Society’s 70th Flower Show earlier this summer.

And three of the pupils that entered from the school’s Wildlife Club have been rewarded for their efforts.

Pupil Charlotte Boothe (pictured left) scooped first prize in the Children’s Class and Chloe Levett picked up second place. Also recognised was Emily Witney (pictured right) who received a highly commended award.

Wildlife Club Leader Ania Watson (pictured second left) was on hand to present the children with their prizes last week. David Pearson, the school headteacher, (pictured second right) was also present to commend the pupils on their efforts. The children had to grow a miniature garden in a seed tray for the competition.

l Tell us about your youngsters’ achievements. Email sam.kinnaird@jpress.co.uk or call into the Leader office.