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Shine 2017 winners featured in their local paper

It’s always terrific when our Shine winners appear in the local and national press – and we’ve just heard from Bill Bowkett from the Knight’s Templar School that they’ve been featured in their local paper, The Comet.

As The Comet reports;

Knights Templar School won the best online and best homepage categories at the Shine School Media Awards, held at Stationers’ Hall in the City of London – with sixth-former Bill Bowkett named most outstanding pupil.

Sasha Mills was commended as most promising young photographer, and teacher Ben McDermott – himself an ex-magazine journalist and sub-editor – won the most inspirational teacher award.

Read the full article here

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