Mayor visits school to thank children for Christmas Card design
Mayor of Weymouth, Cllr Ann Weaving, visited Bincombe Valley Primary School to thank pupils for designing this year’s e-card on Monday 12th December. Pictured are the eight runners up and the four winners.
The design (pictured) is made up of pictures drawn by four pupils in Class 9, 6 and Nursery, Raya, Sophie, Reuben and Theodore.
Mayor of Weymouth, Cllr Ann Weaving said, “It’s wonderful to have young children get involved and create the Mayor’s Christmas card this year, and you can really see the hard work they have put into this. Thank you to every child at the school for getting involved, it is very much appreciated.”
Head teacher, Mr Leif Pallister added: “It’s been lovely seeing the children be rewarded for their hard effort when creating their Christmas cards! Ann is part of our community, and we want to thank her for all the work she does for Littlemoor and the school.”
Each student received a certificate to thank and congratulate them for their hard work in their creations. The certificates were handed out by the Mayor, along with additional certificates for the eight runners up who also entered the festive competition.
The drawings were selected by a panel including the Mayor of Weymouth and Cllr Alex Fuhrmann. The Christmas card designs have been transformed into an e-card which supports sustainability throughout the town and saves paper as the cards can be sent online.
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