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Anthea Bell Prize

Please complete the form below to register your school's interest in the Anthea Bell Prize for Young Translators. 

All who register interest receive three sets of teaching materials, on translating poetry, fiction and non-fiction.

All who register will also receive a free digital subscription to Modern Poetry in Translation magazine this spring.

The competition itself will run in June. Please note that places in the competition are limited and registration of interest does not guarantee a place.

The data on this form relates to your registration of interest in the Anthea Bell Prize for Young Translators. The date and time of your submission, your identity and the details of your school will all be stored, but will not be used for any purpose other than administering the competition and recording your registration to the competition.

If you experience any problems completing and submitting the online form, please contact us by email on translation.exchange@queens.ox.ac.uk.

If you answered 'Other', or if you feel your school does not fit into the categories offered above, please specify the school type below.
Please indicate for what language(s) and at what levels you would enter students. The lesson plans and competition materials are offered at four levels for each language: Level 1 = students in the first year learning the language aged 11 or older; Level 2 = students in their second or third year of learning the language; Level 3 = GCSE / National 5 in Scotland; Level 4 = A-Level / Higher/Advanced Higher. Where schools teach languages at Key Stages 3 and 4 across a five-year programme, we advise entering Year 7 at Level 1, Years 8 & 9 at Level 2, Years 10 & 11 at Level 3. For shorter programmes of study, first-year language learners should be entered at Level 1 and adjustments should be made from there. For Scotland: Where schools teach languages across five years S1-5, we advise entering S1 at Level 1, S2 & 3 at Level 2, S4 & 5 at Level 3. For shorter programmes of study, first-year language learners should be entered at Level 1 and adjustments should be made from there.