Posted 3 months ago by Nicole Clarke
Exciting Term 3 News! The Water Corporation has partnered with The Literature Centre to launch 'Words for Water', a unique writing challenge for students in the Talented Young Writers' Programme.
With National Water Week 2019 coming up 21-27 October, this is a wonderful opportunity for our enrolled students to reflect on the theme of 'It's time to change the world' and submit a piece of writing of their choice, such as a poem, a short descriptive piece, the opening of a novel, an open letter, a script, an article or any other piece 300 words or less. Whatever they choose, it just has to be their own original work and reflective of the National Water Week theme, or how we use water in our everyday lives, or how we can protect it for generations to come. Find out more at the Water Corporation
Only students (Years 6-12) enrolled in our Talented Young Writers' Programme may enter this writing challenge.
STUDENTS: To enter simply:
1. Click on the ENTRY FORM below and type directly into the document.
2. Once finished ensure you have your parent/guardian PERMISSION.
3. SAVE the document on your computer.
4. Attach it to an EMAIL, and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
5. Note: All students who email writing to us will receive a reply from us saying it's submitted.
Submissions are due by 5pm, Sunday 25 August 2019.
A panel of expert judges will assess the originality of writing submissions and the impact on the reader.
Ten finalists will be selected to receive a $100 book voucher from The Literature Centre. Finalists may have the opportunity for their writing to be published and/or may be used by the Water Corporation for promotional purposes.
Good luck students and remember to edit your work - 300 words is challenging to stick to!
We can't wait to read your entries and share them with the Water Corporation.