Pupils win writing competition in 100 words
Morpeth pupils will have their work published in an anthology of stories after winning a creative writing competition run by the print company, Young Writers.
Students had to write a 100 word story on the theme of 'Wonderland' - writing about alternative worlds, sci fi or fantasy realms.
English teacher Rachel Armitage said:
"Students worked really hard on these 100 word sagas and their entries were really inventive.
"They rose to the challenge of telling a whole story in only 100 words, which is no easy thing to do, and I'm delighted to see so many Morpeth winners."
A total of 22 Morpeth pupils will have their work published.
Young Writers encourages young people to enjoy creative writing, by seeing their work in print.
Competition winners are: