CHILDREN and staff at Earlsdon Primary School are celebrating after a year six student won the ‘design a peace garden’ competition run by The Heart of England Rotary Clubs.
The successful pupil Libby Raistrick was delighted and last week Margaret Morley from The Rotary Club visited to present a Peace Pole to the school to be the main focal point for the garden which will serve as a place of reflection and tranquillity.
The area will engage all the senses and provide an interactive learning environment.
A school spokesperson said: “We are delighted Libby in 6HA won the competition with her amazing design.
“The Peace Pole displays Libby’s unique design in eight different languages that represent our school.”
She added the Peace Pole was a fantastic addition to the school garden and would be enjoyed by many children.
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