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National Poetry Day Finalists - The Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum
The Stirling Smith Poet in Residence, Dr John Coutts, judged over 80 entries to our competition on the National Poetry Day theme of CHANGE. A large audience of families and public enthused about his tips and comments and learned from each other in a fun-filled hour in the Smith Theatre. There were 18 highly commended and runner-up finalists. The six placed first were: Milly P2 from Riverside Primary Joseph P5 from Allan’s Primary Rosie P5/6 St Mary’s Primary Dunblane Astrud P7 St Mary’s Primary Dunblane Anna P4/5 Dunblane Primary Becca P6 Dunblane Primary Click links below for complete individual poems. Highly Commended – Iona 9yrs Dunblane Primary Highly Commended – Erin P6 Dunblane Primary Highly Commended – Evie P4-5 Dunblane Primary Highly Commended – Hannah P6 Dunblane Primary Highly Commended – Caleb P4-5 Dunblane Primary 1st – Astrud P7 St. Mary’s Dunblane Highly Commended – Logan P7 St. Mary’s Dunblane Runner-up – Phyllis P6 St. Mary’s Dunblane Runner-up – Alasdair P6 St. Mary’s Dunblane Highly Commended – Ronja P6 St. Mary’s Dunblane Highly Commended – Pippa P5 St. Mary’s Dunblane Highly Commended – Rose P6 St. Mary’s Dunblane Highly Commended – Luca P6 St. Mary’s Dunblane Highly Commended – Oliver P2 Riverside Highly Commended – Eva P2 Riverside Highly Commeded – Freya P2 Riverside Highly Commended – Faye P5 Allan’s Highly Commended – Olivia P5 Allan’s 1st Joseph P5 Allan’s 1st – MillyP2 Riverside 1st – Rosie P5 St. Mary’s Dunblane 1st – Theo P7 St. Mary’s Dunblane 1st – Anna P 4-5 Dunblane Primary 1st – Becca 10yrs Dunblane Primary