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Edward Worlledge Middle School

PUBLISHED: 11:42 12 May 2008 | UPDATED: 11:04 03 July 2010

Edward Worlledge Middle School

Edward Worlledge Middle School

Some talented children created quite an impression looking to the future with paintings, drawings and words.

Pupils at Edward Worlledge Middle School were runners up in a national competition to create a piece of art and explain what they wanted to be when they grew up.

Some talented children created quite an impression looking to the future with paintings, drawings and words.

Pupils at Edward Worlledge Middle School were runners up in a national competition to create a piece of art and explain what they wanted to be when they grew up.

The year four youngsters have all had their work published in a book called When I Grow Up.

Pictured are: Top row: Luke Carter, Courtney Emblem, Sophie Knowles, Cengiz Gilgil. Middle row: Sophie Speight, Cameron Carey, Cameron Brackley, Ayisha Khalil. Bottom row: Kieran Webster, Ben Dowell, Deen Khalil, Sashka Borgenvik, Pagan Stamp.


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