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About our team
Every great project needs a great team!
Here you can find out about some of the people behind The National Schools Poetry Competition, what they’re up to and why they’re committed to being involved with its success
Be sure to connect with them through their social media links that follow each persons bio.
Visionary and Creator of NSPC4PEACE
Hi, I’m Tally, the Visionary and Creator behind NSPC4PEACE, and after receiving a poem written by one of my MySpace fans I released it as single ‘Beauty of the Duty, which ended up being featured on the BBC Radio 2 playlist and on over 100 radio stations around the World.
This has inspired me to create this project, where I can provide a platform where children can learn about peace, love, and engage in writing poetry from their hearts to reach out and to inspire others that there is a better way.
Website and Social Media Integration
Hi, I’m Ian and I designed and maintain The National Schools Poetry Competition website. Having led a fairly successful life, everything changed after I suffered a heart attack in 2014, and as a result of my circumstances I was subsequently made homeless. Since then I’ve endured a series of serious heart operations, including a quadruple heart bypass which was life-changing, completely changing how I view the world and my attitude to others around me.
I love the idea of this project and if it touches the hearts of only a few people and changes their lives for the better then I will be an incredibly happy man!
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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_OaqGOWSAread more
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...read more
It was an inspiring evening at the "Vision of Hope" event, held at the House of Lords yesterday evening, where the winners were officially announced for the 2017 National Schools Poetry Competition. We are delighted to be able to share with you the following winners:...read more
We will make an announcement of the winners for 2017 National Schools Poetry Competition - with the theme of Peace on Monday 20th November at 20:30 across the following social media platforms: Twitter: https://twitter.com/Nspc4Peace Instagram:...read more
We would like to thank all the young people who entered and for their wonderful contributions. All the Schools that believed in our vision especially to Sydney Russell, Derby High, The Charter School East Dulwich, The Hazeley Academy,Fulbrook Middle School,Shenley...read more
The vision of this inaugural “Vision of Hope” event is to transcend cultures, faiths and backgrounds through art and education and how a younger generation can show us their own vision of peace. With contributions from leading spiritual speakers from three key...read more