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Creative Writing Competition

As part of the NAE-UNICEF collaboration, this year's competition focuses on Goal 4: Quality Education. Deborah Ellis, the award-winning author of The Breadwinner, offered us some advice on how to write a successful story and introduced this year's Creative Writing Competition! 

Creative Writing winners

Students chose one of four writing prompts and used the interactive online writing walls to share their writing ideas for the competition.

PROMPT 1: Perspective of someone seeking a quality education

PROMPT 2: How would you overcome not having access to education?

PROMPT 3: What can students do to think globally and act locally?

PROMPT 4: How has your education had a positive influence?

Students in Years 4-6 participated in this competition, leaving the teachers the most difficult challenge of short-listing only 5 entries from a huge array of writing talent.

Congratulations to our short-listed writers who will have their stories sent to Nord Anglia to be judged alongside our best writers from our worldwide network of schools.

Aniela Sz.(Year 4)

Ismail A. (Year 4)

Anshul M. (Year 5)

Vanessa S. (Year 6)

Chiara J. (Year 6)


Ben Alderton

Year 4 Class Teacher (Edison)/Primary STEAM Coordinator/Primary Global Campus Coordinator

Creative Writing