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Well, the review competition’s closed (and we’re working on the results right now) and the schools are closed (for the October week) but the voting continues until 21st October in some of the public libraries. Advertisements
Report by Mrs Connor Pupils at Chryston High School have been voting for the past two weeks for the book they want to win the Catalyst Awards 2011. With such an exciting shortlist, pupils have had a tough time deciding on what book to vote for. To help, the Catalyst Book Group designed a display, […]
Voting for the winner of this year’s Catalyst Award has now opened, and will run for two weeks. You will find voting slips and ballot boxes in most North Lanarkshire school and public libraries. And don’t forget you can still enter the review competition. Full details are available here.
Well, all the votes are in and they’ve been counted. Only a handful of people know who’s won this year’s Catalyst Award and they’re not sharing until the ceremony on October 8th. Obviously I’m not going to spill the beans, but I will admit that the final result was close – really close. Keep your […]