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Met Police Christmas Tree Project

Wednesday 14th November 2018

Created by: Mr Michael Jefford

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Every year the Metropolitan police launch the Christmas tree project. Last year they managed to provide over 19000 presents for children in care and received support from across the country. This year we have decided to get creative and support this good cause. Many children across the school have submitted their fantastic posters and they were full of festivity and artistic skills. In this case a pupil from year 2 has won the Harrow borough poster competition! This is an amazing achievement as so many entries from around London were submitted. She showed creativity and self-belief when designing her poster in doodle club, she then showed perseverance when she finished off her design at home and brought it back to submit for this competition. Her poster will go onto the next stage, where she has been invited to Scotland Yard for the senior leaders to pick the final winner to switch on the lights.

We wish you good luck and a big well done to our star pupil! You have made us very proud at Marlborough with your creative skills.

 

"I feel happy because I got a certificate from the MET police. I went with my mummy and daddy and my sisters to Scotland Yard. I went to the top floor and saw a great view. The best part was when I tasted the yummy food they gave us. I am very proud of my design because it is creative and I won the poster competition for Harrow."

Zaina

1 Banksy

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