Student Publication Success in Creative Writing Competition

One of the latest creative writing competitions Mrs Hill shared with students at Heath Park was from Young Writers who challenged students aged 11-18 to create a 100-word mini saga with the title ‘Trapped’.

Young Writers received thousands of entries and just before we broke up for Christmas, we received the astounding news that 83 of our students’ entries have been chosen for publication in the SOS Sagas: Trapped – UK Tales. A huge congratulations to all students listed below:

  • Year 7 – Andrei Macelaru, Chanel Chibwape, Alesha Hohm, Dylan Moore, Freddie Neale, Georgia Knowles, Gita Plieskyte, Inderprakash Bhandal, Janelle Asante, Jayden-Kai Williamson, Jerusha Tiwade, Josh Butler, Kaira Lewis, Kayden Hines, Keira Swatman, Kieran Raybold, Lilly Goodwin, Lola Richards, Luis Aliwang, Mairita Asipauskaite, Maya Kaminska, Mia Lau, Mohamed Amin-Mahamed, Nicholas Macelaru, Omed Hassan, Oskar Przybylo, Poebe Botfield, Prachi Joshi, Prajwal Singh, Rares Ignatescu, Riley Cooper, Ryan Hawkins, Sumeet Ahi, Tanish Kaushal, Tiegan Daley, Zofia Smolak, Paula Reinfelde, Scarlet Bennett, Alise Danieka, Allannah Miles, Darrell Nyamunda, Elijah Majadoucon, Francene Tan, Georgina Corbett, Grace Williams-Ruiz, Haya Rhuma, Katya Troath, Kevinas Andriukaitis, Maya Linton, Noah Adeogun, Noor Ali, Shadi Damree, Sukhdeep Mann, Tanveer Kaur, Abdullah Amedi, Esha Bhakar, Hugo Valencia and Jericho Melo.
  • Year 8 – Diwan Ali, George Muchamore-Knight, Harkirat Chahal, Jakub Orsztynowicz, Jakub Orsztynowicz, Lania Salah, Kristers Belakovs, Nicole Orsztynowicz, Ricky Ahmad, Simone Kelly, Simranjit Mann, Swarnjeet Ghuman,
  • Year 9 – Aaron Ahir, Angel Hawkins, Davina Thomas, Diya Grewal, Fatima Aden, Gurbinder Ghalli, Jerry Njenpa-Feumi, Rachel Harrison, Raz Esa, Soz Fakhir, William Robinson and Harmanjeet Ghuman,
  • Year 10 – Leah Blakemore and Leah Clarke

We are incredibly proud of all students involved and in particular with the circumstances surrounding the current situation, amazing news like this is most certainly welcome. Heath Park send our congratulations to all students involved; we hope having their work published gives them and others the confidence to continue their creativity.

Details of the any further competitions can be found on the school reading page or Twitter account @HeathParkReads