Fairy Tale Writing Contest Results
I am proud to announce the two winners of 2016/2017 AHI Fairy Tale Contest and offer you an overview of how the rest of the finalist positioned themselves in this first creative writing contest.
Year 3/Year 4: Virginia F. P. with “ The Hidden Secret Book”- Her work has been awarded the first place for great use of sophisticated and appropriate vocabulary, good structure and excellent dialogues that make the story flow, original and imaginative.
Year 5/Year 6: Alba M. with “The Magic Pencil”- Her work has been awarded the first place for a great use of vocabulary, very realistic and organised dialogue, brilliant imagination and creativity; well structured story.
for Year 3/Year 4: Viola C. with “ Iram and the Hamster” - lovely and imaginative story, well balanced.
for Year 5/Year 6: Martina Cavallini with “ All in a Wink” - really nice use of vocabulary and avoidance of repetition, organised dialogue new line each new person, use of onomatopeia, really nice moral regarding friendship.
for Year 3/Year 4: Jules G. with “ The Prince and The Princess” - some very nice vocabulary, beautiful ideas and clearly written.
for Year 5/Year 6: Anthony F. with “ Cars of the Future” - original and fun story, use of dialogues, some use of interesting vocabulary.
for Year 3/Year 4: Edoardo P. - nice ideas and imaginative link to school life, some use of appropriate vocabulary.
for Year 5/Year 6: Guglielmo C. “ Pinocchio The Boy Who Wanted to Become a Puppet”- interesting and creative way to re-invent a classic fairy tale.
I invite you to compliment them for their work and commitment and for having offered to all of us eight lovely story to read from the first week of March on the school web.
Well done to all and thank you for participating!
Acorn House International