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Let's Get Writing National Writing Competition Winners Announced!

In October 2013 Young Writers launched their Let’s Get Writing competition for the academic year and received 45,000 entries from over 1,100 schools nationwide!

Editors had the hard but rewarding task of selecting 3 school winners and short-listing 20 pupils’ work, which was sent to the judge, poet and author Roger Stevens, who then chose the 5 pupil winners. Roger had a tough time picking just 5 winners, in fact he chose to highly commend an extra pupil for their work too!

Pupil Winners
Each pupil has won a £50 National Book Token and has the opportunity to showcase some of their work on their own page on the Young Writers’ website:

Molly Cushing (11), Grewelthorpe CE Primary School, North Yorkshire
Published in Let's Get Writing - Worlds Of Imagination

Eve Jessica Nutter (11), St Winefride's Catholic Primary School, West Yorkshire
Let's Get Writing - Tales From West Yorkshire

Aidan Hincks, Wetherby Pre-Preparatory School, London
Let's Get Writing Superhero Stories - Southern England

Nylah James (9), Laycock Primary School, London
Let's Get Writing Superhero Stories - London & Surrey

Maesa Hussain (11), Independent Entry
Published in Let's Get Writing - Worlds Of Imagination

Highly Commended
Arthur Phillips (8), Benedict Biscop CE Academy, Sunderland
Published in Let's Get Writing Superhero Stories - The North East

School Winners
1st Prize - Tithe Barn Primary School, Stockport
Tithe Barn Primary School have won an all expenses day’s workshop with poet and author Roger Stevens!

2nd Prize - Bonaly Primary School, Edinburgh

3rd Prize - Sherborne Preparatory School, Dorset
£250 of non-fiction books courtsey DK Books (Dorling Kindersley). Find out more about their fantastic titles at

Editorial Manager, Jenni Bannister said: “We loved reading these stories, the superhero theme we introduced mid-way through the academic year really inspired the children and we had the pleasure of reading some wonderful stories. A big thank you to everyone who took part and to our fantastic judge, Roger Stevens - Tithe Barn you’re going to LOVE Roger’s visit!”

Competition judge Roger Stevens said: “

If you’d like to know more about Young Writers, use their free writing resources or enter a competition, please visit their website