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Wymondham College students shortlisted for media award

10:15 04 May 2012

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Students at Wymondham College have been shortlisted for an award in two categories at a national media awards event.

The school is one of 43 on the shortlist for the Shine 2012 School Media Awards designed to encourage team working by pupils to produce a school magazine, newspaper, newsletter, digital edition or website.

A panel of judges, including national newspaper and magazine editors, will be asked to choose winners for 13 categories – including best newspaper, best magazine and best online entry – for which awards will be presented at Stationers Hall, London, on June 25.

The College has been shortlisted in Design and Layout and Artwork and Photography.

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