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Make Your Myth 2019: WINNERS

Creative Classics Competition: We want you to create your own myth about Athena. 


We are delighted to announce the winners of the 2019 Make Your Myth competition. We received over 220 fantastic entries - a huge thank you to all who participated!

A HUGE congratulations to everyone who entered! The judges were bowled over about the quality and creativity of the entries!  

(Photos of the winning and shortlisted entries will be uploaded soon) 

Winning and shortlisted entires will be contacted soon arrange prizes! 

YEARS 3 – 5  

Winner in Art category 


Ainsley Mackin (year 3) (still from video)  

Ainsley Still mym 2020 

Special Mention 

Clara McCrum (year 5) 

Clara Year 5

Sienna Hayward (year 5) 

Sienna year 5


Winner in Creative Writing category 

Clara Ives (year 5) 

Clara year 5  

Special Mention 

Rohan Nair & Alexander Kerr (year 5) 

Rohan & Alexander

Robyn Blunden (year 5) 


YEARS 6 – 8 


Winner in Art category

Serena Copsey (year 8)


Zacari Cotta (year 8) (still from video) 


Special Mention 

Ariana  Barinoe (year 8)


Theo Isaac  (year 8)

Theo Athena

Sofia Gerhardt (year 8) 


Katherine van Wyk (year 8)


Isabelle Cooper (year 8)

Beatrice Battaglia (year 7) 

Darcey Rhodes (year 7) 


Winner in Creative Writing 

Lukas Glasheen (year 7) 


Special Mention 

Keya Chanda-Rastogi (year 7) 


Simreth Dhingra (year 8)

Muskan Ahmad (year 6)



Matilda Seaton (year 8) 


Matilda page 2


If any entrants to the competition and would like their work back, please email 


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The Faculty of Classics (University of Cambridge) uses personal information solely for the purposes of administering the Make Your Myth Competition. Entries must be submitted by an adult and any contact details provided must belong to the adult submitting the entry. We do not pass on or sell personal information and/or contact details to any third parties. We may use anonymised and aggregated information for reporting our activity to the University of Cambridge. The legal basis for processing personal data of children is consent; consent must be provided by a child’s parent/guardian by signing and scanning in/posting the Parental Consent Form. The Parental Consent Form must be submitted at the same time as the competition entry.  

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