Top creative award goes to Castle Hill Beehive Preschool

Rewarded: Bright Start Kidz Kellyville's Carrie Wang submitted this award-winning entry.

Rewarded: Bright Start Kidz Kellyville's Carrie Wang submitted this award-winning entry.

Castle Hill Beehive Preschool and Childcare Centre has won the main award in the OBF schools competition.

Preschool and school aged children entered their best colourful creations to go in the running for the awards, judged by The Hills mayor Yvonne Keane.

More than $2500 was given to the winners. 

“The Orange Blossom Festival Schools Competition provides an annual opportunity for children to show off their artistic flair,” Cr Keane said.

Zesty: Congratulations to Shana Singh from Baulkham Hills North Public School for this second-place entry.

Zesty: Congratulations to Shana Singh from Baulkham Hills North Public School for this second-place entry.

“I loved the eye-popping colours and the added sparkles, and the fact that every bit of the illustrations were coloured in or designed to have a particular theme. 

“I would like to congratulate all of the winners and thank everyone who took part in this very innovative and unique event.”

Castle Hill Beehive Preschool and Childcare Centre was announced the winner of the overall preschool category and Baulkham Hills North Public School won the overall school division.

Other winners included Payton Hacadurian of Castle Hill Pre-School Kindergarten, Carrie Wang of Bright Start Kidz Kellyville, Andrew from Dural Public School and Phoebe Monro from Baulkham Hills North Public School.

Elizabeth Doughty from St Madeleine’s Primary School in Kenthurst and Shana Singh from Baulkham Hills North Public School were ranked second in the competition.

All submissions were displayed at The Hills Council before they were put on show at the Orange Blossom Festival on Saturday, September 17 and Sunday, September 18.

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