Friday, 3 October 2014

Anti-Bullying Week 2014 writing competition in partnership with Random House Children's Publishers UK (RHCP UK) - now open!



We are inviting children and young people in schools and colleges across England to enter our inspirational summer writing competition to celebrate the run up of Anti-Bullying Week 2014. Download our poster and start promoting it in your school!

Anti-Bullying Week 2014 will run from 17-21st November and this year our theme is 'Let's stop bullying for all'.

Entrants are required to write a short story, blog, news article or poem of no more than 500 words, which describes their vision of a world where everyone is treated equally and we have stopped bullying for all.

The competition has two age categories:
8 - 12 year olds
13 - 18 year olds
To enter

If you would like to enter the Anti-Bullying Week Writing Competition please fill out the electronic form below, attaching your entry.

You can also enter by post, by sending your entries to ABA, NCB, 8 Wakley Street, London, EC1V 7QE. Please make sure to post your entries with this downloadable form.
The winners

The top entries from each age category will be shared through ABA's website and social networking sites. The successful applicant in each age category will also win:
Opportunity to select their own collection of titles from RHCP UK
Signed copy of author R.J. Palacio's books WONDER and THE JULIAN CHAPTER (WONDER has sold more than 1.5 million copies worldwide, has won the Independent Booksellers’ Book of the Year and the Waterstones Children’s Book Award and was shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal).
Personal letter from author R.J. Palacio and a certificate
50 books will also be awarded to their school/college from RHCP UK


Competition now closes at midnight on Friday 17 October 2014 - one month before Anti-Bullying Week.




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