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Winning East Anglian pupils receive their prizes

Presentations of Knights of St Columba competition awards to winning entries at St Mary’s Catholic Primary School (July 20) and St Augustine’s Catholic Primary School, Costessey (July 21) have been made.

At St Mary’s  – Lennon Shillings 2nd and Lily Nolloth 3rd place Lowestoft Council 518 and East Anglia Provincial Council 27 were presented with certificates and prize money for their Prayer for the Holy Father, his Life and his Ministry by Bishop Peter Collins who celebrated end of term Mass, Head of School Mrs Goddard, Provincial Grand Knight Jason Wickard & Past Provincial GK Christopher Brooks (pictured above).

Cecily Huke-Jenner Year 4 was presented with her 3rd place Lowestoft Council award for her Prayer for Our Earth, your People and our Faith and Lily Gillings Yr 4 was presented with her 1st place Lowestoft Council and 3rd place East Anglia Province award for her Prayer for our Earth, your People and our Faith.

At St Augustine’s: Head Teacher Rachel Swindell and , Past Provincial Grand Knight Christopher Brooks presented Alexandra Sasraku-Neequaye Year 6 1st Norwich Council 976 and East Anglia Province 27 Easter Scene Painting Competition; Victoria Unazi 3rd place Norwich, East Anglia and also 3rd in the National final round;  Ifunanya Kenechukwu 2nd Norwich & Province. Alexandra and Ifunanya also received national participation certificates.

Also presented at St Augustine’s were winners of the Provincial Prayer Writing competition on the theme of Prayer for our Earth, your People and our Faith, with their certificates and prizes. Aibel Year 4 2nd place Norwich and Province, Chumdiuto Kenechukwu Year 5 1st place Norwich and Province, Iniya Morpurgo 3rd place Norwich.

Pictured below are all the St Augustine’s winners and entrants in the Easter Scene Painting Competition with their certificates and awards. Emmanuel Subash Year 2 (right) received a received a highly commended national participation certificate.