Competition Rules

21st September 2001 at 01:00
A COMPETITION ORGANISED BY THE TIMES EDUCATIONAL SUPPLEMENT, IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH AND SPONSORED BY MCDONALD'S RESTAURANTS LTD TO GIVE YOUNG WRITERS THE OPPORTUNITY TO REFLECT ON THEIR LIVES.

COMPETITION RULES

1 All pieces of writing should be by children aged 7 to 10 years on August 31, 2001.

2 All pieces should be autobiographical, and should deal with a significant moment in the writer's life, a remembered person or place.

3 Pieces may be in any prose genre, for example narrative, diary, letter or dialogue, but should be in the first person.

4 Pieces should not be less than 300 words and not more than 600 words long.

5 Schools may send in any number of pieces of writing, but not more than one piece should be submitted from any one writer.

6 Teachers submitting writing must ensure that each piece is the writer's own work.

7 All entries must be submitted through a school.

8 Please indicate whether an entry should be judged in the new "special needs" category.

9 Two copies of each piece of writing, word processed, should be supplied, each clearly marked with the name and address of the writer's school and the writer's age on August 31, 2001.

10 All pieces should arrive with the organisers by January 31, 2002.

11 Schools should register by filling in the form provided as soon as possible. Registration does not commit a school to sending the number of pieces entered on the registration form, or to sending any pieces at all. A figure for the likely number of pieces is requested purely to aid the organisers in making arrangements for the judging.

12 Following registration, schools will receive a form to return with entries.

13 The Times Educational Supplement and TES Primary shall have first publication rights in all pieces of work submitted.

14 Winners will be informed in May 2002 and the results of the competition will be published in The Times Educational Supplement and TES Primary.

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