Zakarla knocks us spark-out

June 1st, 2014 7:01 am| by admin
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It was a voyage of discovery for Siyaad, Zakaria, Göksu, Gülsu, Vlad, Simon and Gaurav (left) as they, with their English teacher Lee Roberts (centre right with Zakaria), descended upon the Copenhagen Post at International House last week on Thursday.

The 13 and 14-year-olds from Østerbro International School asked a lot of insightful, inquisitive and (at times) injurious questions to a clearly rattled managing editor Ben Hamilton (above), and it wasn’t long before they had been learnt enough about alliteration and other useful headline-writing skills to be entrusted with doing a few themselves.

Electricity rates spark through the roof’ by Zakaria was the hands-down winner

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