Creative Writing Competition
Enthral imaginations with creative writing as young writers create their own mini saga!
'Unsolved' invites your young writer to write a mini saga (a story told in just 100 words) inspired by the crime & mystery genre.
Will they fight for justice? Take on the role of detective in an enthralling whodunit? Or embark on an adventure as a fugitive?
There's a fun 1-minute video to introduce your young writer to the activity too - and why not use the weekly writing tips we publish on here and social media to help inspire them?
If you haven't got a printer, don't panic! Your young writer can write their work out and send us a photo, or type it up and email it over instead.
To make sure your entries are valid, please follow the rules listed below:
Only one entry per person.
Your name, age and address must be included with your entry.
Your mini saga must be told in no more than 100 words (the title isn't included in this).
Independent entrants must have a UK address to enter. Overseas entrants must enter through their school.
Independent entries are still eligible for student prizes.
Story starters are optional but if used must be included in your students' word count.
Your mini saga can be on the entry form or an A4 sheet of paper or typed.
Mini sagas must be your own work.
If you are unsure on any rules or have any queries, please don't hesitate to Contact Us.
Our 5 favourite published writers will each with £100 and a trophy!
Winners will be chosen from entries received in the Spring Term 2021.
Closing Date: Friday 12th February 2021