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Primary. Years 3/4/5/6

All stories are now available to read and the winning stories will be announced soon.

A Dogs Life

Lost. OK, so, well, um… It’s not my fault, it was Rebecca’s vicious bulldog that got me lost......

By Poppy Parker, year 6, Blanchelande School

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Snap That Girl

“OMG!” I screeched. Megan was texting me about her ex. Why on earth would I care about her ex? I mea...

By Emily Gardner, year 6, Blanchelande School

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The Pixie Woods

Maria stood in the meadow, her long, wavy hair fluttering around her shoulders...

By Christina Kennedy, year 5, Elizabeth College

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Toca city

One day there was a girl called Milly and she was 18. Milly lived in your ordinary flat in a normal city...

By Breeshey Platt-Ransom, year 5, The Ladies’ College

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The Ugglefug

In a dark and gloomy cavern lives the Ugglefug. This beastly creature is known for it’s fuggle-ug tail ...

By Jean-Pierre Lenormand, year 5, Other

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Nightmares...?

The piercing ring of the bell signalled the end of the day. I rushed out gathering my school bags...

By Minnie Swaisland, year 6, The Ladies’ College

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Cheddar Mouse

Bong !!! The clock struck midnight. All was silent. Until . . . you could hear noises coming fro...

By Amelie Cohen, year 3, St Martin’s School

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Desolation

The earth was silent. It was a charcoal black night, the only light was the glistening glow of the full moon...

By Isla Savory, year 6, The Ladies’ College

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The Sinking

The ship known as ‘The Unsinkable’, the biggest one known to man, her name is Titanic...

By Abby Macdonald, year 6, Notre Dame School

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A Girl on a Street

Lots of people think I’m a shy little girl who would never hurt a fly, but those are the people who have never seen what I can do...

By Emma Lenfestey, year 6, Blanchelande School

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Categories


  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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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

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  2. Intermediate

    Up to age 14
    Years 7/8/9

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  3. Secondary

    Age 15 and over
    Years 10+

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