World Book Day Competition
Are you interested in writing, doodles, sketches, poetry, haiku’s or prose? Do you have a positive experience to share with other students? To celebrate World Book Day ThinkHigher are gathering messages, pictures, quotes and other media from students to create an amazing book to provide inspiration and hope to other young people during this difficult time.
Maybe you’re a year 11 student and want to reassure year 10 students….
Maybe you’re a year 10 student who wants to share the experience of choosing exam subjects….
Maybe you have overcome adversity and want to encourage and inspire others….
Maybe you’ve learnt to asked for support or accepted yourself as you are and found that life has become a little bit easier….
Or maybe you’ve got an inspirational fictional story you wish to share with others….
Whatever it is, we want to hear it!
A large number of young people are experiencing turmoil, lacking motivation, concerned about their future following exam cancellations, worried about starting university or college, or even not sure what they want to do in the future and are feeling a little lost right now. No one else has ever lived through this experience and we want your voice to bring comfort and reassurance to everyone with a collection of your unique wisdom and experiences.
This is an opportunity for you to become a published writer and the top three pieces will also win a special prize, plus you will have the knowledge that you have supported other people at this crucial time. The book will be available for purchase, with all profits from the sale of the book being donated to Ediblelinks charity.
If you have any questions or wish to take part in this amazing opportunity please email email@example.com or contact Jo on 07384910631
The deadline for the submission of your piece is Friday 16th April 2021!