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At CITV, we think that expressing yourself through creativity is really fun and the best way to explore your imagination! That's why we're inviting YOU to enter with Share a Story 2017! Now in it's.
CITV's Share a Story competition gives you the chance to get your stories and characters turned into an animation and shown on CITV, where it can be watched by your family, your friends, your.
CITV's Share a Story offers YOU the chance to see your own story turned into an animation and shown on. Entering the competition is simple! Just write a one-page story and draw a six-panel.
What is Share a Story? Now in it's 7th year, CITV's Share a Story is a creative writing and drawing competition which gives kids a chance to let their imagination loose! This year Children's Author and Poet, Michael Rosen, is the Share a Story ambassador! Winners will be given a once in a life-time opportunity to work with Michael to develop their stories in a special writing workshop in London.
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Short-Story Competitions, Increasing Your Chances of Winning. by Alex Keegan. Planning, Working Hard, Getting Better For increased chances, I'm tempted to just say write better stories and that has to be the way forward, but competitions are always in part lotteries and there are ways of improving the odds.
Could you create a world as magical as Hogwarts? If the answer is yes then read on, because the 500 words short story writing competition is back. It's a chance for all young writers to create.
Radio 2's short story-writing competition for kids, in association with Oxford University Press. Supporting Content. 500 Words Final 2020.
Share a Story gives five to 12-year-olds the chance to have their story turned into a short animation to be shown on the CITV channel. ITV's Bafta-winning Share a Story competition has returned.
Greta The Greedy Witch for CITV’s Share a Story Share a Story is a popular children’s competition run every year on TV channel CITV. Children are asked to write a story and create a storyboard that they would like to become an animation for television.
All of the rules are in the CITV entry form which is available on the Share a Story website. Make sure you go through it with an adult before you enter, here are a few main ones to remember: You have to be aged 5-12 years old to enter. The competition closes at 6pm on the 2nd May 2014. Your parent or guardian must fill in and sign the permission slip.
As You Write It - Your Play on Stage. A winner will be selected from each category based on their final play. Winners will be announced on The One Show in early 2021 and an excerpt from their play.
Awarded by the University Centre Grimsby, our annual Hammond House Short Story Competition attracts writers from around the world in search of recognition, publication and valuable feedback. The winners receive a cash prize, and worldwide publication of their work in an anthology of short stories.
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CITV Share a Story Catch up tv on CITV Share a Story Winners 2013. The BAFTA Award-Winning Share A Story competition returns with the 2013 winners. Eight lucky kids from across the UK had their stories chosen from over 10,000 entries.
We have run other writing competitions and this is a standard position to allow us to make our programmes. You need to be 18 or over to apply. Entry closes at midday on 14 November 2014.