Write Stuff

A writing competition for students of all ages, kindly sponsored by Julius Baer

Create a Character

Write a description of up to 300 words that breathes life into a character of your creation. Try to show your character in action during your scene and include some dialogue to reveal what they are like.


Sponsored by

Julius Bar

Primary Winners


Sinister Skills

By Gabriel Buchanan,
year 4, Notre Dame School
Read story


Snap That Girl

By Emily Gardner,
year 6, Blanchelande School
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Desolation

By Isla Savory,
year 6, The Ladies’ College
Read story

Intermediate Winners


A Writer's Obssesion

By Casper Bailey,
year 9, Elizabeth College
Read story


The Lawyer

By Francois Cloete,
year 9, Elizabeth College
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It's Just Life

By Owen Bonner-Morgan,
year 7, Elizabeth College
Read story

Secondary Winners


Misunderstood

By Daniel Lilley,
year 10+, Elizabeth College
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Caitlin

By Rachel Quick,
year 10+, The Ladies’ College
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Supersonic

By Charlie Stevens,
year 10+, Elizabeth College
Read story

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  1. Primary

    Years 3/4/5/6

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  2. Intermediate

    Years 7/8/9

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  3. Secondary

    Year 10 plus

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TODAY

Today Every day, rise and shine like a record on repeat. I’m invisible. Melting into the shadows...

By Leonie Tustin, year 8, The Ladies’ College

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Describing Charecters

One day on a dark, gloomy street lived a girl and a boy. The girl had thick,knotted blonde hair...

By Rhian Le page , year 8, St Sampson’s School

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The Statue

“Life isn’t easy when you’re disabled”. These words have echoed in my ears since he used to tell me...

By Mikey Ingrouille, year 10+, Elizabeth College

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The Jar

I rested my back against a giant redwood tree. The refreshing breeze blew across my face...

By Freya Le Noury, year 7, St Sampson’s School

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Kayley's unexpected trip!

Hi, my name is Kirstie. I'm going to tell you the story of my wonderful but almost a bit too adventurous sister...

By Kirstie Gosney, year 5, Vale School

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Fantastic prizes

  1. First Prize
    (in each category)

    £50, the trophy and
    a certificate

  2. Second Prize
    (in each category)

    £25 and a certificate

  3. Third Prize
    (in each category)

    £25 and a certificate

All the winners will have their story illustrated on the website and the original illustration for you to keep.

Commended

All commended entrants will receive a certificate and a WriteStuff pencil.

Schools

Each school which is represented by entries will receive a copy of a book signed by our celebrity judge for their library.

Read the entries to our 2015 competition

The Suitcase


  1. Primary

    Up to age 11
    Years 3/4/5/6

    Read stories

  2. Intermediate

    Up to age 14
    Years 7/8/9

    Read stories

  3. Secondary

    Age 15 and over
    Years 10+

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