Guidelines & Resources
Pieces will be judged on creativity, clarity, style and accuracy of language. The aim of the WriteStuff Competition is to develop professional writing skills and further digital literacy.
The winners will be announced late April/early May and the prizes will be given out at the Competition Awards Ceremony on Saturday 15th May 2021.
All winning and highly commended entries will be loaded onto the WriteStuff website.
All entries should be submitted directly through the website: writestuff.gg.
Downloads:Teacher Pack Worksheets Poster
Information for Teachers
Anne Wilkes-Green from the Guernsey Literary Festival team would be delighted to speak with you further about the competition and ideas for lessons plans.
Please email [email protected] for further information.
Mythic Art Exhibition Curated by Art for Guernsey
Art for Guernsey were due to curate an exhibition of watercolour paintings by Charlie Buchanan on the theme of myths and legends to help inspire students with mythic story ideas.
Whilst the exhibition at the Guille-Alles Library and Candie Museums has now sadly been postponed, we hope the video below will provide further ideas and inspiration for students.
We are hoping that the exhibition, curated by Art for Guernsey, can be rearranged later this year.