Preston North End Community and Education Trust is running a poetry competition for primary school children centred around the themes of Black History Month, with the winning entry to be included in a future edition of the matchday programme.
Children are asked to write a poem based around the themes of Black History Month and discrimination for the chance of having their effort recognised in the programme and receive a copy of the poetry book ‘Beautifully Different, Wonderfully The Same’. Meanwhile, ten runners-up will also receive a copy of the book!
If you’re looking for some inspiration for your child’s entry, watch the example below provided by eight-year-old Cop Lane Primary School student, Evie!
Budding laureates can submit their entry by clicking here to download an entry form and sending their submission to Jack.Mountain@pne.com.
Entries must be submitted by Friday 30th October at 5pm. Good luck!
📜 We are running a primary school poetry competition for #BlackHistoryMonth!— Preston North End Community and Education Trust (@pnecommunity) October 16, 2020
There's the chance to have your entry included in the matchday programme or to win the book 'Beautifully Different, Wonderfully The Same'.
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