NATT+ Gypsy Roma Traveller History Month Competition 2016, Simply the Best-RESULTS!
This year’s NATT+ Gypsy Roma Traveller History Month Competition was once again a great success and there were a good number of excellent entries from all over the country.
The entries included a wide variety of artwork that was imaginative, colourful, creative and skilful. There was also a lot of different writing from poems to key notes and diaries that really reflected the research that had gone into finding out about a Gypsy Roma Traveller person who had inspired them through their amazing sporting or physical achievements and was ‘Simply the Best’. Judging the entries is never an easy task but eventually the following lucky ones have been chosen.
The overall winner was Annie Cash of Saint Sebastian Church of England Primary School.
There were also a number of highly commended entries and special mentions. The main winners will receive Waterstones book vouchers worth £10-£30 and all children will receive a certificate. The competition was also run in memory of David William Charge a great supporter of Traveller education who donated the prize money for this competition and is sadly missed.
Many thanks from all the NATT+ exec to all the pupils that entered and also to the teaching and support staff in schools that made it possible!