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2020 Premier League Writing Stars winner: Ambition

24 Jun 2020

Read the inspirational poem from six-year-old India from Orchard Infant School that won the Key Stage 1 prize

The 2020 Premier League Writing Stars Key Stage 1 prize went to six-year-old India from the Orchard Infant School in Surrey.

She wrote a heartfelt message on not giving up.


Decide what you want to do,
And listen to your heart.
Believe yourself and go on,
Just listen to your heart.
Believe in yourself and listen hard,
Listen to your heart.
Be brave and don't give up,
And listen to your heart. 

PL Writing Stars Key Stage 1 winners

National (and South East winner): India, aged 6, The Orchard Infant School
East winner: Hippos Class, aged 6 & 7, Loughton Manor First School
East Midlands winner: Dottie, aged 7, William Shrewsbury Primary School
London winner: Joel, aged 6, Engayne Primary School
North East winner: Class 5, aged 6 & 7, South Stanley Infant and Nursery School
North West winner: Rafe, aged 6, Delph Primary School
South West winner: Faith, aged 7, Yealmpstone Farm Primary School
West Midlands winner: Ella, aged 5, Thomas Russell Infants School
Yorkshire & Humber winner: Reece, aged 7, Wales Primary School 

Prizes for national winners

- The opportunity for the Premier League Trophy to visit your school, as well as an exclusive poetry workshop delivered by a leading children's author or poet.

Prizes for regional and national winners

- An invitation to a celebration event
- The winning poems featured in an illustrated book of Premier League Writing Stars poems
- A framed version of the winning poems

Also in this series

Key Stage 2 winning poem - Unstoppable
Writing Stars: Ambitious poems are honoured by judges

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