Sensational young showmen and women at an Airdrie school proved their flair for the written word after their wonderful work was shortlisted for publication in a new book.
P6 students from New Monkland took part in the Young Writers Competition, which is open to elementary school children aged 7 to 11.
The theme for this year was ” It’s me And aimed to enable students to “explore who they are and who they want to be, empowering them and celebrating their individuality and resilience”.
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School staff were also encouraged to “motivate their students to express themselves through poetry”.
A spokesperson for the New Monkland primary said Lanarkshire Live : “We used the musical from the movie The greatest showman and the song It’s me as a starting point.
“We looked at the examples of poems that were sent to us by the young writers, and then the children left to write their own poems.
“As teachers, we were delighted with what they produced and shared it with the principal before they were kicked out.
“We then received the wonderful news from the young writers that every piece we submitted was going to be published in their It’s me poetry delivered.
“Each student received a certificate and bookmark from the contest organizers and also received a special mention at school and extra recess to salute their achievement.
“As a school, we are delighted that their work has been recognized and we look forward to seeing it all published. “
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