to everyone who entered The Poetry Games 2013! A huge well done to our finalists, you've done a fantastic job bringing your words to life, we've thoroughly enjoyed your poems. Congratualtions to Ahana Ogle, The Poetry Games Champion 2013, who wins an iPad! Our 11 runners up each receive a Kindle paperwhite. We'd also like to thank all the teachers who organised entries and the support schools have provided for the finalists. What a Poetry Games we've had, and the benchmark has well and truly been set for 2014 ...
Region: South East
Region: East Midlands
Region: Northern Ireland
Region: North west
Region: West Midlands
Region: East Anglia
Region: North East
Region: South West
1st place - £1,000
Torquay Girls Grammar School, Devon
2nd place - 2x £500
The Gregg School, Hampshire
St Thomas More RC School, Warwickshire
3rd place - 4x £250
St Edward's School, Liverpool
Esher College, Surrey
Nicolas Chamberlain School, Warwickshire
Wirral Grammar School For Boys, Merseyside
Please note: Copyright of the videos and slideshows above remain with the author and cannot be used without the author's permission. Young Writers advised finalists that use of 3rd party images, clips and music within in their video/slideshow would likely need consent from the original source or copyright owner and that the author is responsible for obtaining any permissions required for their entry in The Poetry Games final.
Think You Could Do Better ... ?
If you're aged between 11-18 years old, why not enter The Poetry Games 2014, which is now open! For further information on the competition and how to enter please visit our Poetry Games 2014 competition page.