What does the word ‘Belonging’ mean to you?
All sorts of images might pop into your head – maybe of your family, friends, country, or perhaps even of your favourite sports team! It might not be an image at all, but a particular emotion, memory or sensation.
Capture what ‘Belonging’ means to you by putting pen to paper or fingertips to keyboard and submitting your story to our Commonwealth Class story writing competition.
The competition is open to teachers and students aged 7 to 14 from Commonwealth countries and is a wonderful opportunity for you to add your voice to the Commonwealth’s rich storytelling heritage through writing and illustration (and, of course, be in with the chance of winning some fantastic prizes!)
Get your creative juices flowing by heading to the Commonwealth Education Trust’s River of Stories website and exploring their inspiring, beautifully illustrated range of stories and poems from around the Commonwealth. Stories can be submitted electronically and by post, so go ahead and be as bold and innovative as you like.
The competition is open to teachers and students attending/working at a school recognised by the government of a Commonwealth country.
The deadline for story submissions is 9:00 AM on Monday 14 November 2016.
Entering the Commonwealth Class story writing competition couldn’t be simpler:
- Scan, take a photo or save a PDF version of your story;
- Complete the competition entry form and upload your story by following this link;
- Read and tick the box to indicate you have read the competition terms of reference (see ‘Documents’ section at the bottom of this page) and submit everything by clicking the ‘Submit Form’ button.
If you prefer, you can post a hard copy of your story and entry form to the following address:
The Boat, 7th floor
49 Queen’s Square
All the information you need to write your story is outlined below, but don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any queries.
More – https://schoolsonline.britishcouncil.org/commonwealth-class-story-writing-competition