Pupils win print

Ruby Wanford, Alex Brough, Amelia Bone and Jack Wildash from Carsington and Hopton Primary School
Ruby Wanford, Alex Brough, Amelia Bone and Jack Wildash from Carsington and Hopton Primary School
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Youngsters have won a colourful print from an Africa-inspired book.

The children at Carsington and Hopton Primary School won the Tinga Tinga print signed by series creator Claudia Lloyd and actor Lenny Henry.

Pupils aged four and five at the school were among the 1.3 million to receive free books as part of Booktime, the free books programme from Booktrust.

Head teacher Adam Hounslow-Eyre said: “We want to raise awareness of reading with our children.

“The print is so bright and colourful.

“We are going to put it up in our cloak room where all the children can see it.

“Tinga Tinga is something you will know about it you have children of a certain age - they love it.

“Booktime is a fantastic organisation.”