Closing Date: Friday 21st of December 2018
The unthinkable has happened..
A catastrophe so epic it has almost eliminated the entire human race. There are just a few survivors ... will they rebuild civilisation or succumb to Mother Nature, just like-all the others?
Survival Sagas challenges your students to write a mini saga, a story in just 100 words, to tell us how the world ended or introduce us to their post-apocalyptic vision. What catastrophe wreaked this havoc? Why? How?
Students can interpret the theme as they wish, as we love to encourage creativity and originality! From destruction and survival to new beginnings and redemption.
Where will Survival Sagas: Mission Catastrophe take your students' imaginations..?
Only one entry per student, there is no limit to the number of entries per school
Stories can be on the entry form or A4 sheet of paper
Stories must be students' own work
Ensure that all student include their name and age on their entries
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