Box of Waitrose delights

4th June 2004 at 01:00
Steve Bogg, a trainee teacher at Corsham primary school in the West Country who's taking the graduate teacher programme route into the profession, wins this week's Waitrose hamper full of organic treats from Duchy Originals. He says Corsham is an excellent school and that support from all the staff has been "fantastic". He reckons he wouldn't be in sight of completing the year if people hadn't shown such faith in him, especially his school-based mentor, James Passmore, and Liz Flood from the Bath Spa consortium. The hamper will allow Steve to say a big thank-you in the staffroom.

The hamper contains a refreshing lemon drink, home-made jams and lemon curd, mouth-watering chocolates and crunchy biscuits. It usually costs pound;46 and is available exclusively from Waitrose Direct Gifts, at www.waitrose.com, which delivers to any mainland UK address. For a chance to win one, just tell us why you and your colleagues deserve it. Send your message, marked Waitrose offer, by email or postcard to the address on the right.

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