STOP the press! A school newspaper has beaten off stiff competition to win a local award run by the Birmingham Mail.
The stories and features written by pupils at St Thomas More Catholic Primary - which is based in Sheldon - really impressed judges.
The students who fill the paper were recently invited to a lunch at Millennium Point and received a trophy from Mail editor Steve Dyson.
As part of the prize, the team also received £1,000 to spend on the project.
Since it was set up three years ago, the Tommy More News has published a number of celebrity interviews - including a chat with Blues captain Lee Carsley and the Harlem Globetrotters basketball team.
Sister Susan Collins, headteacher, said: “The newspaper award is a great achievement and we are delighted that the efforts of our children and staff, have been recognised in this way.”
*St Thomas More pupils witgh their award-winning school newspaper. Pictured (left) are Hamza Naveed aged 11 (sports editor) and back (from left) Ashley Baxter aged 10 (photographer), Ann Shakespeare, Corinne Attwood aged 10 (editor), Darlene Abecia aged 11 (fashion), Roisin Davey aged 11 (assistant editor)