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Do your pupils write as well as read?

Coram Voice is a charity that provides a range of services for children and young people in and around the care system. They have just opened their annual writing competition for children. The competition is open for entries until 10 February 2019.

The theme of this year’s competition, ‘Growing Up’, was chosen by young people who took part in the competition last year.  Entries can be in any written form including poems, short stories, raps or newspaper articles, with a 500 word limit.

There are four age categories from primary to age 25.

Entries will be judged by a panel of high-profile authors, poets and presenters:

Submit your entry here   

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