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Roald Dahl fever grips Biggin Hill school with author's birthday celebration
ROALD Dahl fever gripped Biggin Hill's Charles Darwin School as the great author's birthday was marked with a day of activities.
The day's fun included a Roald Dahl quiz, with teams of children answering questions about the author and his books.
In honour of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory every member of each winning team won a strange treat, which looked like a pizza but was a sweet.
Youngsters were also asked to create a new product for Willy Wonka to produce in his factory.
Lauren Thompson won the Key Stage 3 prize of a box set of Roald Dahl books for her Never Ending Sherbet Pot.
Maureen Oyedele Wonka Chocobites won the Key Stage 4 prize of an edition of the Roald Dahl collection of short stories entitled The Umbrella Man and other stories.
Maureen said: "What is my favourite Roald Dahl story? I really like the story Matilda. I have also been to see the stage show which was great and I'm looking forward to reading some more Dahl."
English teacher Sharon Holloway, who organised the events, said: "Well done to everyone who entered; there were some inventive responses."
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