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Ysgol Sant Curig Newspaper

Reported by the Children of Ysgol Sant Curig

Today's Date: Saturday 20 January 2018

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SCHOOL NEWSPAPER IS LAUNCHED

By Anytown Primary Reporter

Anytown Primary School has launched its very own newspaper.

News stories will be written by the children themselves, which means they can practise their journalism skills, as well as keeping you up to date with the news! Pictures can be inserted into the news articles and the Reporter's (pupil's) name will be used for each story.

News stories will be written by the children themselves, which means they can practise their journalism skills, as well as keeping you up to date with the news! Pictures can be inserted into the news articles and the Reporter's (pupil's) name will be used for each story.

News stories will be written by the children themselves, which means they can practise their journalism skills, as well as keeping you up to date with the news! Pictures can be inserted into the news articles and the Reporter's (pupil's) name will be used for each story.

News stories will be written by the children themselves, which means they can practise their journalism skills, as well as keeping you up to date with the news! Pictures can be inserted into the news articles and the Reporter's (pupil's) name will be used for each story.

News stories will be written by the children themselves, which means they can practise their journalism skills, as well as keeping you up to date with the news! Pictures can be inserted into the news articles and the Reporter's (pupil's) name will be used for each story.

News stories will be written by the children themselves, which means they can practise their journalism skills, as well as keeping you up to date with the news! Pictures can be inserted into the news articles and the Reporter's (pupil's) name will be used for each story.

News stories will be written by the children themselves, which means they can practise their journalism skills, as well as keeping you up to date with the news! Pictures can be inserted into the news articles and the Reporter's (pupil's) name will be used for each story.

News stories will be written by the children themselves, which means they can practise their journalism skills, as well as keeping you up to date with the news! Pictures can be inserted into the news articles and the Reporter's (pupil's) name will be used for each story.

News stories will be written by the children themselves, which means they can practise their journalism skills, as well as keeping you up to date with the news! Pictures can be inserted into the news articles and the Reporter's (pupil's) name will be used for each story.

News stories will be written by the children themselves, which means they can practise their journalism skills, as well as keeping you up to date with the news! Pictures can be inserted into the news articles and the Reporter's (pupil's) name will be used for each story.

News stories will be written by the children themselves, which means they can practise their journalism skills, as well as keeping you up to date with the news! Pictures can be inserted into the news articles and the Reporter's (pupil's) name will be used for each story.

News stories will be written by the children themselves, which means they can practise their journalism skills, as well as keeping you up to date with the news! Pictures can be inserted into the news articles and the Reporter's (pupil's) name will be used for each story.

News stories will be written by the children themselves, which means they can practise their journalism skills, as well as keeping you up to date with the news! Pictures can be inserted into the news articles and the Reporter's (pupil's) name will be used for each story.

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