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Debating tomato ketchup is a win for St Francis School

By West Briton  |  Posted: February 13, 2014

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CHILDREN at St Francis School won the Rotary Club of Falmouth's speaking competition by debating the healthy benefits and harmful effects of tomato ketchup – and will go through to the next round in Penzance at the end of February.

As part of a national project, the competition featured teams from 11 schools in Falmouth, Constantine and Mawnan Smith.

The main speaker on the winning team, nine-year-old Daniel Green, delivered a balanced argument that ketchup not only contained harmful amounts of salt and sugar but also provided one of your five-a-day.

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