Congratulations to the Write for Kindness 2023 Winners!

August 23, 2023

Congratulations to the following schools for clinching the Top 3 spots, Best Illustration and Consolation prizes for our Write for Kindness 2023 story-writing and poetry-writing competitions. 

 Category 1: Story-Writing & Illustration Competition 

Name of School Book Title
Winner: Tanjong Katong Girls’ School To “Bee” or Not to “Bee”
1st Runner Up: Eunoia Junior College A Kinder You Leads to a More Connected Us
2nd Runner Up: Nanyang Girls’ High School Bob the Colourful Robot
Best Illustration: ACS (International) Luna’s Loopy Space Adventure
Consolation: Manjusri Secondary School What would Gizmo do?


Category 2: Poetry-Writing and Illustration Competition

Name of School Poem Title
Winner: NPS International School Big-Hearted Beavers
1st Runner Up: Cedar Girls’ Secondary School A KINDER YOU
2nd Runner Up: Clementi Town Secondary School From Me, To You
Best Illustration: Eunoia Junior College Kinder You Leads to Us: A Tale of Two Friends
Consolation: Nanyang Girls’ High School Kinder you leads to including us

The winning schools will be included in our Kindness Awards commemorative video, and receive their certificate of achievement and trophy.

Congratulations once again to the schools on their achievements. 

About Write for Kindness
Write for Kindness (WFK) is a national creative-writing competition organised by the Singapore Kindness Movement (SKM), with the Singapore Book Council as our programme partner. WFK is a platform for secondary school, junior college, centralised institute, madrasah, special education and international school students to promote kindness to the younger audience by creating age-appropriate and culturally relevant children’s stories, through short stories, poetry, illustrations and songs. The competition aims to promote: 

  • the value of kindness through stories and poems which focus on the theme ‘Kinder You Leads to              Us’ (fill in the blanks according to the picture book/poem).
  • the importance of stories and poems as a means to positively impact pre-school children in their character development.
  • story and poetry as creative means of expressing cultural values.
  • teamwork among students who work together on the stories, poems and illustrations for pre-school children.

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