Enter Our Summer Poetry Competition – Do Computers Rule the World?

Category: Lesson Ideas

Published: July 14, 2014

The summer holidays are nearly here and we’re celebrating with a prize give away. Webanywhere’s search for School Poet of the Year 2014 begins now!
We are looking for UK based children aged 5-16 to impress us with their literacy skills by submitting a poem or short story based on the title, ‘Do computers rule the world?’.
Ian McMillan, one of the UK’s best known contemporary poets will be helping us in our quest and he will be judging a short list of 25 entries.
The lucky winners will receive one of the following prizes;

  • 1st Prize – 1 iPad mini
  • 2nd Prize – £50 worth of iTunes vouchers
  • 3rd Prize – £25 worth of iTunes vouchers

All three winners will also receive a framed copy of their poem, signed by Ian McMillan himself!

The closing date of the competition will be 10am on 3rd September 2014 and the first prize winner will be invited to our brand new office in Leeds on the 5th September 2014 to receive their prize from Ian in person.
To give one of your students a chance to win, they simply need to send their submission to poems@webanywhere.co.uk before the closing date to stand a chance of winning.
Good luck to everybody!