At W@W, we believe in each and every student’s potential to become a young author. On one lovely afternoon in 2013, we came up with the idea of hosting our very first W@W Writing Competition for our students because we believe that the best part of competition is that through it our students can discover what they are capable of and how much more they can actually stretch as a writer.
W@W WRITING COMPETITIONS
HALL OF FAME
Janice glanced worriedly at her wrist watch. The time was already ten past seven. She had twenty minutes to make it to school on time. The sky was overcast. A slight drizzle rained down like a mist. It started raining cats and dogs as Janice reached the bus stop. She had ignored her mother’s advice to take an umbrella with her. She wondered how she was going to make itto school in the rain.
Jovan Ang, Primary 2
Rulang Primary School
HALL OF FAME
It was an idyllic Saturday morning. Fluffy white clouds hung in the clear cerulean sky. Granny Lucy was tottering to the market. Her heart was filled with light-hearted cheer and her mouth curled into a smile. She was looking forward to preparing a feast for her grandchildren, who were coming for dinner that night.
Kew Ling Wei, Primary 3
Raffles Girls’ Primary School
I am amazed at the depth of vocabulary my child has amassed since attending W@W. She has become a much more confident writer and can now write a full story with ease. She loves coming to lessons
Mr Calvin Tang
Parent of our Primary 3 student