The exciting new creative writing competition from Young Writers for 11-18 year-olds is now open.
The competition is a great classroom activity for pupils, giving them a chance to be part of a creative writing experience; from writing their mini saga to the chance of seeing their work in print. I am sure your pupils will find it inspiring and fun.
Selected entrants will have the opportunity to have their mini sagas published alongside their peers and other children around the country.
Benefits of the Competition
A creative and productive way to express themselves.
The opportunity to be published and showcase their creative ability.
Free bookmark for every entrant.
Certificate of merit for pupils selected for publication.
The chance to be one of 12 finalists and be crowned The Poetry Games Champion!
1st prize for the school sending in the best overall set of entries
2nd prize for schools
Runners up prizes for schools
The Poetry Games overall winner will receive an iPad.
11 Runners-Up will win a Kindle
How to Enter
Poems should be typed or neatly written on A4 paper with a pupil entry form attached. (You can upload your pupils' poems at www.youngwriters.co.uk/teachers)
Make sure a copy of your school entry form is enclosed with each envelope of entries that you submit.
Your school entry form should be completed (fill in number of entries enclosed) and amended if necessary.
Send your entries along with school entry form to:
Young Writers SS,
Poems can also be uploaded or sent on a USB/CD
(Please note to be able to download our competition resources you will need to have Adobe Reader installed onto your computer. If you do not have this facility please download first.)
Young Writers SS
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