Grafton Public School students celebrate their NIE win at yesterday?s awards ceremony.
Grafton Public School students celebrate their NIE win at yesterday?s awards ceremony.

Winners with attitude



A DEAFENING drum roll sounded across the Grafton District Services Club yesterday as the award for Best Newspaper was announced.

And the winner was ... Grafton Public School for its Newspapers in Education edition, The Grafton Gazette.

The Year 5 and 6 class accepted the award and teacher Robyn Anderson said the 33 students had worked on the newspaper since third term.

Ulmarra Public School's The Ulmarra River Rumours was runner-up. Other school newspapers nominated for Best Newspaper were St James Primary's St James Star, The Cathedral School's Totally T.C.S, South Grafton Public's Spotlight on South, Westlawn Public's The W.R.A.P -- Westlawn Reporters Are Pupils, Copmanhurst Public School's Copmanhurst Chat and St Joseph's Maclean Joey's Journal.



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