The pupils of Glamis Primary School who did well in the essay writing competition organised by Kirriemuir Rotary Club and involving pupils in the Kirriemuir cluster primary schools, were presented with their prizes by Joanna Johnston of the Rotary Club last week.
The competition is held annually. Each class in each school is individually judged and then the winner is judged against the same class in the other schools.
The best in P1-3, P4&5 and P6&7 is chosen and then the best overall winner who receives the George Mitchell Trophy.
The overall winner in the P1 to P3 section was Cemi Gokalp of Glamis Primary, pictured receiving his certificates from Joanna, with other class winners - Jacob Barr, P4; Victoria Scott, P3; Georgia Gunn, P6; Victoria Johnston, P7; Laura Murdie, P5 and Cameron Simpson, P2; looking on.
The overall winner of the P4 to P7 section and recipient of the George Mitchell Trophy is Imogen Walker, from Northmuir Primary School.
The class winners were as follows:- Northmuir: Primary two – Rebecca Reid; Primary three – Stefi Carson; Primary four – Anna Murray; Primary seven – Imogen Walker.
Southmuir: Primary six – Kirsty Reith.
Glamis: Primary one – Cemi Gokalp; Primary Two – Cameron Simpson; Primary three – Victoria Scott; Primary four – Jacob Barr; Primary five – Laura Murdie; Primary six – Georgia Gunn; Primary seven – Victoria Johnston.
Eassie: Primary one – Onjira Patullo; Primary two – Thomas Duffy; Primary three – Dylan Skibinski; Primary four – Megan Harrington; Primary five – Louise Watt; Primary six – Kerri Bain; primary seven – Emily Eggo.
School winners: Primary one – Cemi Gokalp, Glamis; Primary Two – Rebecca Reid, Northmuir; Primary three – Dylan Skibinski, Eassie; Primary four – Megan Harrington, Eassie; Primary five – Louise Mowatt, Eassie; Primary six – Kirsty Reith, Southmuir; Primary seven – Imogen Walker, Nortmuir. (Picture by photosonlocation, Forfar).