The aims behind the In My Life competition were to encourage young people to write and express themselves creatively for pleasure. It was wonderful to see children taking the opportunity to use their imagination, be creative and in some cases even open up about about their personal lives.
We are really pleased to announce the winners of the In My Life competition and to share some examples from their work.
Abass from Phoenix Primary School: Diary of an Ice Skate
Faith from St Clare’s Catholic Primary School: Diary of an 11 year old Girl
Luke from St Cuthbert’s Catholic Primary School: For The Birds
Olivia from Holly Lodg
e Girls’ College: Diary of a Street Dog
Rafaa from St Julie’s Catholic High School: Born in England, 2005
Samantha from St Hilda’s CE High School: Five Nights at Freddy’s- The Security Guard’s Tale
Leah from St Julie’s Catholic High School: Survived
Alara from St Anne’s Catholic Primary School: Alara’s Amazing Adventures
Chloe from St Julie’s Catholic High School: In My Life
Sarah from St Hilda’s CE High School: The Diary of Friar Lawrence
Lilia from Broadgreen Primary School: The Diary of Jonny Brownlee
Chelsea from Mab Lane Primary School: The Diary of Thomas Oakley
Emily from St Julie’s Catholic High School: Awake
Liverpool Learning Partnership and School Improvement Liverpool would like to say a huge well done to everyone who took part in the competition and thank you so much for your hard work. We’d also like to say thank you to Liverpool John Moores University for sponsoring the prizes and the Museum of Liverpool for hosting the awards ceremony.
To see more examples of work from In My Life please click here.