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123ICT Create an E-Book Competition Winners 2018

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Our congratulations go to St John’s Primary School in Banbury for their success in our recent Create an E-Book Competition. We were delighted with the number of really great submissions that we received and were very pleased to inform St John’s that it was their excellent entry, from Summer Gardner, that was awarded first place.

St Mary’s Primary School Bicester came a close second in the competition with their super joint submission from Mary ...

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123ICT 2015 E-Book Competition Winners

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Rush Common Presentation May 15a123ICT 2015 E-Book Competition Winners! 

Congratulations to our 2014-15 KS2 E-Book Competition Winners, Rush Common  Primary School!

The school won a year’s subscription to Serial Mash and a collection of print books, kindly donated by 2 Simple Software.

The school is pictured here being presented with their prize and certificates by Nick Langley, our Director and Nigel Canin, the MD from 2 Simple Software.

Thank you to all the schools who submitted ...

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Competition Winners – Rush Common Primary School

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2014-04-28 - E Book Presentation-WebsizeE-Book Competition Winners – Rush Common Primary School!

Congratulations to our Create an E-Book Competition Winners, Rush Common Primary School in Abingdon.

Our thanks goes to Paul Hamilton and Jamie Usher of CCS Media for travelling down to Abingdon to present the prize of an Arona 7F-G3-8GB Android  tablet.

More information about the winning school and the runners-up can be seen in our previous ...

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123ICT E-Book Competition Winning Entries

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E Book Image123ICT E-Book Competition Winning Entries Announcement!  Thank you to the numerous schools that took part in our recent create an e-book competition, which we held to coincide with World Book Day.

The quantity and quality of the writing was truly amazing and wonderfully illustrated how using technology to create writing in this way can really fire up the imagination of children. Furthermore, ...

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