Best Piece on a Designated Topic: Ukraine & Climate Change

Judged by
Alison Strachan, Shine Chair

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Joint Winner

Altrincham Grammar School for Boys
‘Why do you keep telling me this’ by Wurdaan Kashif

A satricial piece written in the first person, which challenges the reader and creates a sense of unease. Very clever, amusing, making a powerful point about what the individual can do about climate change on a personal basis

Joint Winner

King Edward VI Five Ways School
‘Russia and Ukraine’ by Fynn Rose

A well-researched, detailed and interesting piece, looking at the historical, geographical, economic, and cultural background to the invasion of Ukraine. Great illustrations to accompany it.

Highly Commended

Kingsbridge Community College
‘The cost of environmentalism’ by Uinseann Wrigley

Highly Commended

Rushcliffe Spencer Academy
‘Bibbidi bobbidi boo: pumpkins into plastic’ by Freyja Hollington

Highly Commended

Taipei European School
‘Living in a crisis: Why all countries should declare a climate emergency’ by Clio Sze

Highly Commended

City of London School & The City of London School for Girls
‘The psychology behind climate change’ by Fedra

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