Year 6 Writing Team Crowned National Winners of Write A Book In A Day 2022

Pimpama
Winners of the 2022 Write A Book In A Day Competition
Congratulations to the Primary division winners of the 2022 Write A Book In A Day Competition

Congratulations to the Year 6 Team, The Sublime Sixes, on winning the Write A Book in A Day 2022 Competition.  All funds raised from this event go to the Kids' Cancer Project in aid of Cancer Research. A total of $792,423 was raised by schools around Australia.

King’s Pimpama received four of the top overall prizes in the Queensland/Northern Territory division and won the Best Book and Best Illustrated book in Australia in the Primary division. 

The following King’s Christian College Pimpama’s Year 6 students wrote and illustrated the book titled Plan Bee, which is recommended for a reading age of 8+.   

The authors are Tirian Whittaker, Abhinav Itikalapati, Nathan Samuel, Sienna Jessop, Ella Blazicevic, Aizelle Lim and Lily Napper.  The book was illustrated by Jacob Ripley, Moses Reddrop, Kiara Van Deventer and Ella Blazicevic.

“We are delighted to receive this accolade for our Primary school and the creative Year 6 team who put their collaborative talents into creating the storyline and illustrations,” said Mr Rob Verreynne, Principal of King’s Christian College Pimpama.  King’s Pimpama has been participating in the event since 2017, shortly after it first opened in 2016.  

“At King’s, we aim to give every student opportunities to do their best and be their best. Participating in these events also adds credit to our recent Naplan 2022 results which saw King’s students achieve well above the state and national averages in every category and in every year level.”

“Our exceptional teachers love to promote the Write a Book in a Day competition and we had teams from Years 4, 5 and 6 submit entries.  We are extremely proud of this year’s winning Year 6 team as some of the team members were also a part of the 2021 team who took out the best book National Champions accolade”  said Mr Verreynne.

Well done to everyone involved.

To read the book, PLAN BEE, click here