Poetry Competition Guidelines

Find out more about the competition guidelines below

Rules

The competition is open to children and young people in three categories:

  • 7 to 12
  • 12 to 15
  • 16 to 18

  • Only one entry per person
  • The theme of the poem must be on Peace
  • Up to a maximum 300 words per poem
  • Send your poem as a .doc or .png format
  • Files must be less than 50mb
  • Deadline 31st October 2017 by Midnight

Terms and Conditions:

  • By submitting the poem you have a consent from your parents/guardians to take part in the competition.
  • You allow poetry the NSPC4Peace and TCK Production to publish your poem through social media, your name and details of your identity will be hidden at this stage.

For the winning poems

  • The winning authours can be mentioned by name, subject to parental/guardian consent. 
  • For the teachers, please inform us if you do not want the school name to be mentioned in the social media campaign, and also if you wish the school name to remain anonymous through the campaign and when the winners announced.

Remember – The more you and your friends help to promote your entry across social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook etc. the popularity of your entry will help to push your entry up in the listings!

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Submit your poem

Click this button to fill in the submission form and submit your poem

For more information email: info@tckproduction.com

Thank you from our Founder

We caught up with Tally Koren, founder of the National Schools Poetry Competition with the theme of Peace 2017 at the House of Lords. Have a watch to hear her message of thanks to you all https://youtu.be/oz_OaqGOWSA

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Tim Heath, Chair of William Blake Society

We caught up with one of our judges Tim Heath, Chair of The William Blake Society. He gave us some golden nuggets to share, on what he was looking for, when selecting the winning poems from the National Schools Poetry Competition 2017. Click Tim Heath to learn what he...

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