Plus a £30 book token to buy the books of your choice.
What do you have to do?
All we want is your response to one or more of the books in your favourite category. There will be two sections for each age category:
You could write;
All entries must be received by 31 May 2021.
A huge thank you to everyone who submitted a competition entry inspired by our shortlisted books - we've had an unbelievable response.
The deadline has now passed for competition entries so we will not be accepting any further submissions.
All of the winners will be announced at our online award ceremony on 17 June. We hope you'll join us then!
All submissions into the above competition require a completed entry form, which can be downloaded below.
This form also includes details on where to send your entries.
There are prizes for the best ones (written and multimedia) in each category as well as a host of smaller prizes for our runners up.
And £100 of books for the library of the school with the best all-round response from any age group - as well as a certificate for your reception area proudly announcing your school to be The Spark! School of the Year for 2021.
Winners’ work will be shown or read during our online award ceremony on 17 June and may be hosted on this website and our social media accounts.
Every week we will be giving a prize for the best Tweet from a reader in one of our Spark! schools.
All you have to do is tell us about the Spark! shortlisted book you are reading (with a photo if you wish). Your teacher can post your Tweet or a parent/carer can send it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do the rest.
The best ones will be Tweeted each week into the Twittersphere and go on to the Spark! Facebook page with your name and school - our favourite will receive a prize via your school so make sure we have all your details - and your parents’ permission, of course.
Note: a tweet can only be 280 characters long - that is only around 40-50 words, so choose each word carefully and count them before you send.
These awards are led by an independent group of people working in education in Kingston & Richmond Schools. Spark! is working closely with AfC and is supported by the Education Leads of the two councils.
WE ARE GRATEFUL FOR THE SUPPORT OF THE REGENCY BOOKSHOP IN SURBITON AND for CLARE SPENcER DESIGN, WHO PROVIDED our Spark! logo.
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