Judges hand it to Jordan’s logo

A 'thrilled' ten-year-old has been presented with an iPod nano after designing a new logo to unite the 10-strong Swaffham schools cluster.

Jordan Eyre, a pupil at Narborough Primary School, beat off tough competition from around 30 other youngsters with his bold yet simple design showing joined hands.

Malcolm Brockway, chairman of the Swaffham cluster and headteacher at Sporle Primary School, said Jordan impressed the judges with a striking design which illustrated unity and community.

'The schools have been structured in a cluster for many years, but we felt we needed to do more to consolidate our cluster identity,' he said.

'There was a very good response to the competition, particularly from the Narborough, Necton and Castle Acre schools. Jordan was thrilled with his prize.'

The competition was judged by Diocesan director of education Andy Mash. Jordan was presented with his prize in his school's weekly achievement assembly on Friday.

Swaffham schools cluster includes Hamond's High, Castle Acre Primary, Narborough Primary, Necton Primary, St Andrew's North Pickenham, Sporle Primary, Swaffham Infant, Marham Infant, Marham Junior and Swaffham Junior.