The Canterbury Tales Writing Competition 2023/2024
The Chaucer Heritage Trust was founded in 1992 and aims to further interest, understanding and appreciation of the works of Geoffrey Chaucer, his life and times and influence.
The Chaucer Heritage is hosting its seventh annual writing competition for schools inspired by the works of Geoffrey Chaucer, considered by many to the father of the English Language and England’s greatest medieval poet.
The special theme of the competition this year is ‘Being Part of a Group’.
The competition is open to all students of school age including not only those in schools and college communities, but also students who are home educated and in any other young people’s community organizations.
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- Write a poem or story about being new to a group.
- Write a story or poem about being part of a group and what happens when a new person joins it.
- Write a poem or story about a group working together.
Your writing should invoke the spirit of Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales. All entries must be in English.
Think carefully about the language – choosing the words which best convey your intended meaning and message. You are encouraged to use everyday language and colloquialisms but if appropriate please include explanations in brackets.
Think carefully about the characters in your writing and what they say about the world you live in.
Deadline February 29, 2024
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