City of London School for Girls
The Kids' Lit Quiz is annual literature competition for children aged 10 to 13. It puts readers onto the stage and lets them compete for fantastic prizes. The quiz has heats in New Zealand, the United Kingdom, South Africa, Canada, USAChina, Hong Kong, Singapore and Australia, winning teams qualify for national and world finals. The Kids' Lit Quiz is not for profit and run entirely by volunteers. Learn more.
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LATEST NEWS: The full timetable for the 2014 UK Kids' Lit Quiz heats and final is now available here on the website.
 
July 2014: The City of London School for Girls win the World Final.


Results

  • World Final 1.  The City of London School for Girls2.  Canberra Grammar School3,  Awakeri Primary School N.Z.
    Posted 10 Jul 2014 15:29 by Matt Hickford
  • New Zealand final 1 Awakeri School2 Balmoral School3 Grey Main School
    Posted 10 Jun 2014 10:10 by Matt Hickford
  • MANAWATU 1 Feilding Intermediate2 Palmerston North Intermediate Normal3 Manchester Street Y6
    Posted 5 Jun 2014 09:55 by Kids' Lit Quiz webmaster
  • AUCKLAND EVENING HEAT 1 King's School2 Churchill Park School3 Belmont Intermediate
    Posted 5 Jun 2014 09:55 by Kids' Lit Quiz webmaster
  • AUCKLAND AFTERNOON HEAT 1 Balmoral School2 Pasadena Intermediate3 Ponsonby Intermediate
    Posted 5 Jun 2014 09:55 by Kids' Lit Quiz webmaster
  • BAY of PLENTY 1 Awakeri School2 Otumoetai Intermediate3 Taupo Intermediate
    Posted 2 Jun 2014 13:36 by Kids' Lit Quiz webmaster
  • HAWKE'S BAY 1 Taradale Intermediate 12 Havelock North Intermediate 13 Tamatea Intermediate 1
    Posted 18 May 2014 12:49 by Matt Hickford
  • WAIKATO 1 Southwell School 12 Southwell School 23 Berkley Normal Middle School 1
    Posted 18 May 2014 12:48 by Matt Hickford
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Timetable

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  • the large timetable is easier to read and has detailed instructions