Year 3 to Year 6 students
2021 Tell Me a Story competitions are now closed.
For the Writing Competition winners see Writing Competition page.
Writing Competition – Tell Me a Story
For the Illustration Competition winners see Illustration Competition page.
Illustration Competition – Tell Me a Story
All the awarded stories and illustrations are published in the 2021 Tell Me a Story competition book.
Books can be purchased at the Awards Ceremony
or by contacting us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
AWARDS CEREMONY – Friday 30/7/21 3:30 – 5 PM
Awards Ceremony for the Writing and Illustration competitions, is going ahead at the Tuncurry Memorial Hall (subject to Covid-restrictions)
It will run as an exhibition of students’ stories and illustrations.
Students will pick up their certificates and awards individually, at 4 different stands.
Everyone who ordered a competition book will be able to pick up the book(s) on the day (paid or not paid).
Students, teachers and family members from different schools are asked to come to the Awards Ceremony at different times, starting from 3:30 up to 5 PM.
An email was sent to school contacts informing school community about timing and about current Covid-restrictions applicable at the Tuncurry Memorial Hall.
Please contact us by email at email@example.com , if you haven’t received an email or need more information.
Articles in The Forster Tuncurry community newspaper
An Article about Mim Haigh, one of the Tell Me a Story writing competition judges
The Forster Tuncurry -17th Edition 31/03/2021 – The Forster Tuncurry , page 16
2021 writing competition poster
The Forster Tuncurry – 15th Edition 03/03/2021 – The Forster Tuncurry , page 5
Opening of the 2021 Tell Me a Story writing competition
The Forster Tuncurry – 14th Edition 17/02/2021 – The Forster Tuncurry , page 6
A number of photos and an article, covering 2020 Tell Me a Story awards ceremony . Pages 1, 2 & 15.
Stephen Bromhead MP’s speech in NSW Parliament