Well done to our wonderful writers who entered the Write4Fun competition last term. The winners and final results have been announced and I was very proud of our students who helped our school place in the top 3% of entrants. We had several of our students receive Achievement Awards for making it to the second round of judging and today Noah received a very pleasant surprise, a Certificate of Excellence for his story, The Temple, which placed in the top 7% out of 9000 entrants. Congratulations! A terrific achievement. Some of our entries are attached below.
Elsie – The Warehouse Ember – Down the Stairs Noah – The Temple Oscar – The Secret Sia – The Real Snow White Story Sophia -The Lonely Road Ahead Zander – The Suits
Well done to our students who completed an entry for the current Write4Fun competition. The competition is open to Australian schools and encourages young student writers to get creative for a chance to win some awesome prizes! Students can submit poems, short stories and artwork and then share these with other students from around the world. Click below to read our student entries.
The Necklace by Mikayla Campfire Story by Jarvis The Voices by Sarah
Vivian by Nelson The Last Attempt by Dan Waves by Joe
Last term, many students from the OC entered a short story in the Write4Fun competition. The winners were announced today, and although we didn’t receive any finalists, we did receive a letter and certificate recognising our school’s outstanding efforts.
The competition received over 11,500 entries and our school had 10 students successfully progress past the initial judging stage. Our school has been acknowledged for outstanding writing, placing within the top 2% of schools who entered.
Well done to everyone who submitted an entry. Visit the link below to see this year’s winning entries.