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Global Classroom Short Story Competition

07 March 2014

Students across the school are busy working on their entries for the Global Classroom Short Story Competition for a chance to see their writing in print. This year’s theme is ‘Changes’ with an extra challenge for Secondary students who are required to write in the Gothic genre.

Over the past couple of months, the Global Classroom portal has been updated with a plethora of tips and hints, workshops and forums to help students provide the best piece of writing they possibly can.

The closing date is 5pm UK time (6pm CET) on Friday 28 March 2014. All stories must be submitted by that date.

All winning entries will be included in the Nord Anglia Education short story book that will be printed and delivered to the 27 schools later this year.