Write On 2016

Well done to everyone who completed a piece of writing for the Board of Studies Write On competition this term. Write On is an annual writing competition open to all primary students in Years 1 to 6. Using a photograph as a stimulus, students are asked to compose an imaginative piece of writing up to 500 words in length. We then had a ‘blind’ sharing session where volunteer readers anonymously read each others work. Congratulations to Layla, whose story The City was voted as the best from our class to represent Stage 3 in this competition. Have a read of our stories below.


Layla – The City     Blade- The Timber and Joinery Factory      Chloe – A Better Life   Elijah – The Plane

Elsie – Liar Liar    Ember – Lost Not Found   Liana – The Golden Charm   Mila – Twice Upon a Time

Sachin – The Effects of War   Sam Walsh – The Orphanage   Sia – The Stick    Sophia – Orphans

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