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Is it all right to say :

Her parents gave away the prizes to our school children.

Or I need to add apostrophe with school ?

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You can use either "school children" or "schoolchildren", but this only makes sense if you personally work at, or own, the school:

Her parents gave away the prizes to our schoolchildren.

If instead by "our school" means "the school which you or your children attend" and not where you work, then you should use the possessive:

Her parents gave away the prizes to our school's children.

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