2016 Catholic Young Writer Award

The Catholic Young Writer Award includes a £50 cash prize, book prizes, and a shield to be kept for one year. The Award is open to all Roman Catholic students of secondary school age in England and Wales, and all pupils at Roman Catholic secondary schools in England and Wales.

 The Award is sponsored by
The Catholic Union Charitable Trust ( CUCT- Registered Charity No 1137317)
 NOTES FOR STUDENTS:
 HOW TO ENTER

Choose one of the following saints, tell us about his or her life and work, and importance in the story of the Christian faith in Britain.
List every internet site that you access, and add a Bibliography of books, pamphlets or other material that you have consulted.

Your essay should be no more than 2,000 words in length. It can be handwritten or produced on a computer.  You can illustrate it if you wish. There should be no material that is simply “cut and pasted” from the internet.

 St Alban
St Augustine of Canterbury
St Columba
St David
St Edward the Confessor
St Hilda of Whitby
St John Fisher
St Margaret of Scotland
St Thomas More
St Margaret Clitheroe
Blessed John Henry Newman

NOTES TO TEACHERS
We accept individual entries, but the project is really aimed at whole classes of groups of students. Entries should be collected together and sent as a group.

 EACH ENTRY MUST INCLUDE the students’ FULL NAME including surname, and  DATE OF BIRTH, and the FULL NAME AND POSTAL ADDRESS OF THE SCHOOL

 Entries should be sent to:
Catholic Young Writer Award 2016
Catholic Union Charitable Trust
63 Jeddo Road
London W12 9EE

 to arrive no later than May 30th 2016