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Calling all international GCSE and A Level students - turn your memories into rhyme and win an iPad Mini

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Published by Hayley Enright for Livewire Public Relations in Education

Calling all international GCSE and A Level students - turn your memories into rhyme and win an iPad Mini Calling all international GCSE and A Level students - turn your memories into rhyme and win an iPad Mini

Cambridge University Press launches a poetry competition for

international students  


An iPad Mini is up for grabs for the winner of Cambridge University Press’ poetry competition – but you’ll have to hurry, the deadline is August 31st.

To enter students simply submit a two-minute audio or visual recording of their original spoken word poem on the topic of memories. It should begin with the words, ‘I remember .....”

The poem can be recorded anywhere – so even students away on holiday can join in the fun and let their inner poet loose!

The competition is being run in collaboration with Liz Woodham, author of Cambridge University Press’ International A Level English Literature title.

Upload the recording to You Tube and fill in the entry form on the Cambridge University Press website   Two runners up will each receive £100 worth of Amazon vouchers.


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