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Entry to the Doctor Who Script to Screen competition is now closed.

Many thanks to all the schools, teachers and children who took part in this year’s Doctor Who Script to Screen Competition.

The standard of entries was very high and our judges thought long and hard before deciding on a winner.

You can find out which team of budding screen writers won the prize of a trip to the Doctor Who set in Cardiff to see their mini-episode being recorded by watching Blue Peter on Thursday 24 May 2012.

Doctor Who Script to Screen

Script to Screen is an exciting competition that gives one lucky team of primary school children the chance to write their own Doctor Who mini-adventure starring the Eleventh Doctor,
Matt Smith.

To win this once in a lifetime opportunity, pupils aged 9-11 were asked to collaborate on an Olympics themed script that takes the resident Time Lord on a new quest travelling through space and time.

The lesson plans, videos and printable Doctor Who resources will continue to be available on this website.

Doctor Who Script to Screen

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