1,200 students from over 50 countries worldwide put their own modern twist on a classic tale in our international writing competition. We're delighted to announce the wining entries!
|Key Stage Category||Student Name||School||Story|
|Key Stage 1||Maryam Saquib Imam|| Jawahir Al Riyadh International School |
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
|Key Stage 2||Hayley Williams|| International School of the Turks and Caicos Islands |
Turks & Caicos Islands
|Three Little Conchs|
|Key Stage 2||Husnur Hajigizi||British School of Baku, Azerbaijan||The Parachute Kingdom|
|Key Stage 3||Abigail Tutuko||Pearling Season International School, Qatar||DJrella|
|Key Stage 3||Jacob Lydon||Casablanca American School Morocco, Morocco||Little Miss Mu-Fêt|
|Key Stage 3||Ana Luiza Pinheiro||International School Zurich North, Switzerland||The Reader Ogre|
|Key Stage 4||George Nnona||Corona Secondary School, Nigeria||The Short Princess|
|Key Stage 4||Oluwalaonoayo Ashiru||Corona Secondary School, Nigeria||Becoming Imara|
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