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Posted on: 20/06/2017

Pupils win writing competition in 100 words

Morpeth pupils will have their work published in an anthology of stories after winning a creative writing competition run by the print company, Young Writers.

Students had to write a 100 word story on the theme of 'Wonderland' - writing about alternative worlds, sci fi or fantasy realms.

English teacher Rachel Armitage said:

"Students worked really hard on these 100 word sagas and their entries were really inventive.

"They rose to the challenge of telling a whole story in only 100 words, which is no easy thing to do, and I'm delighted to see so many Morpeth winners."

A total of 22 Morpeth pupils will have their work published. 

Young Writers encourages young people to enjoy creative writing, by seeing their work in print.

Competition winners are:

Moyrom Rujena
Zainab Khanom
Nahima Begum
Tazkiah Mahmud
Adfiba Progga
Faaiza Ullah
Adil hasan
Sumaya Hussein
Makeda Benjamin
Lily Durand
Khadija Malik
Fahmida Ali
Afrida Renu
Albany Virgo
Anjum Khanom
Issac Timberlake
Anas Bhuiya
Alika Begom
Maryam Miah
Asif Chowdhury
Farjana Hassan
Zainab Ahmed

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