Mum’s the word

PUBLISHED: 11:29 06 March 2008 | UPDATED: 15:41 11 May 2010

Mum's the word

Mum's the word

BUDDING artists at Studlands Rise School in Royston have created a Mother s Day portrait gallery. The Friends of Studlands Rise organised a competition which saw pupils from across the school produce portraits of their mums. All the pictures were put on

BUDDING artists at Studlands Rise School in Royston have created a Mother's Day portrait gallery.

The Friends of Studlands Rise organised a competition which saw pupils from across the school produce portraits of their mums.

All the pictures were put on display in the gallery.

A spokesman for the school said: "The children also had to write a ­sentence saying why their mum is the best. The names of all the entrants were put into a prize draw, with the winner receiving a bouquet of flowers."

First name out of the hat was that of Year 1 pupil Dylan Penny. All the other children received certificates to give their mums.

The spokesman said: "This is the first time we have held this competition, but it has been such a success that we will certainly look to repeat it next year.

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