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2 Apr


We’re delighted to be taking part in the INTO District 8 Handwriting Awards this term. We have decided to combine our entries with Mr. Curran’s Handwriting Awards! Mr. Curran retired from our school last year and to remember him and his love of handwriting, we set up a handwriting competition.

Many of you will be taking part in the competition in the next two weeks, so we decided that it would make sense to share the rules of the competition on the blog, in case some of you are working on your entries at home! Remember, entries are judged on ‘style, flair, neatness and layout’ of handwriting!

 The Rules:

  • Entries should be written on a single A4 page, ruled or un-ruled.
  •  No particular script or style is necessary and there is no set text.
  • The focus is solely on handwriting, no pictures or illustrations.
  • Entrants have two options to write a piece of prose or a poem.
  • Foreign languages are included in the competition
  • Do not mount the handwriting entries.
  • Use pencil and/or pen as per guidelines.
  • Use only one side of the sheet of paper.
  • Entries cannot be returned.

Your teacher will tell you how many words you have to write. What are you waiting for? Get your entry ready now! PS. You may not win an Oscar, but there will be a prize!


One Response to “INTO Handwriting Awards/Mr. Curran’s Handwriting Awards”

  1. Andy wall
    8:34 pm on April 3rd, 2014

    I like doing hand writing and it’s fun.

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