Recently, you won a prize which you were not expecting to win (perhaps for academic studies, for an
extracurricular activity or for a competition outside school). Your Principal asks you to write an article
for the school magazine about winning the prize.
Write your magazine article. You must include the following:
• what you received the prize for and why you were not expecting to win it
• details of how other people helped you to win the prize
• how you will benefit from winning the prize.
Cover all three points above in detail. You should make your magazine article interesting and informative.
Start your magazine article with a suitable headline.
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