Many congratulations to Kingston Grammar School on winning the 2016-17 UK National Final of the Kids' Lit Quiz.
UPDATED! We have a fantastic selection of photos from the final on our Photo and Video Galleries page.
Kingston Grammar School, winners of the 2016 UK National Final
Our brand new app is now available for download from the Apple Store or Google Play Store. The app simulates the real Quiz heats with real questions and competition. Track your progress against others in your school or country or around the world.
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The Hong Kong National Final has been won by Harrow School Team 1.
This is the first team to qualify in the 2016-17 season, and the winners will go forward to the World Final in Summer 2017.
Many congratulations to the team from New Zealand's Wellesley College on winning the 2016 World Final of the Kids' Lit Quiz!
Hot on their heels were Hamilton College (UK), closely followed by Kinross Wolaroi School from Australia.
The Kids’ Lit Quiz is an annual literature competition for children aged 10 to 13. It puts readers onto the stage and lets them compete for fantastic prizes.
Here on our website you can find out all about KLQ, try some practice questions, discover how to enter a team and view fixtures past and future (and results) on the Fixtures Timetable.
The Kids’ Lit Quiz is a not-for-profit organisation which has (or is about to obtain) charity status in some of the countries in which it operates. It is run and managed exclusively by volunteers, who give up hours of their time to enable the competition to thrive and grow. Each country has a National co-ordinator backed up by regional co-ordinators and dozens of voluntary helpers.
Since it began in 1991 the quiz has spread across the world, with national competitions being held in New Zealand, the United Kingdom, South Africa, Canada, the USA, Australia, Singapore and Hong Kong. You can jump quickly to more information about your country using the KLQ Across the World section on the right of every page.
The most recent World Final was held in Connecticut in summer 2015.
See more photos on our Photo & Video Galleries page!