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Campaigns and competitions


Win fabulous prizes or ignite a passion for a cause among your pupils with our pick of the opportunities available this term...


COMPETITION Photography


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competition Deadline 31 August 2016 The Royal Society of Biology is blending art and science with its 2016 annual amateur photography competition. This year’s theme is ‘Biology: From Big To Small’, and budding photographers are being encouraged to think creatively about the natural world. Entries could look at nature on a grand scale – capturing large areas of natural beauty – or focus on smaller, more intimate aspects of wildlife, like tiny organisms living within an ecosystem. There are two categories for entry (adult and under 18) with a tempting cash prize for each. For more details, visit rsb.org.uk/photocomp.


and competitions on our website at funded.org.uk.


Photo: Oliver Tidswell, 17, won the 2015 competition with this shot, taken at Pensi La Pass in India. At 5,550m, this unidentified plant is one of the few species to survive at such high altitudes


WHAT COMPETITION


Speaker’s School Council Award


WHEN WHO


Closes 16 May 2016


PRIZES AND OUTCOMES


4-19 years From recycling campaigns to saving wildlife, School Councils are invited to share the project of which they are most proud. Four winners will be invited to an awards day in Parliament, where they will be presented with a trophy by the Speaker of the House of Commons.


COMPETITION


The Junior Language Challenge


COMPETITION Poetry Emotions


11 March to 20 June 2016


4-10 years The winner is awarded a family holiday to Africa, along with T-shirts and vouchers. All entrants get free access to language-learning software during the competition. There is a £5 entry fee and all proceeds go to charity.


11 April to 3 June 2016


7-11 years Pupils are being encouraged to write original poetry whilst exploring their emotions. £1,000 is awarded to the school with the best entries, and a £10 National Book Token is given to the best poet in each regional collection published. Additional learning resources can be requested.


CAMPAIGN Jump Rope for Heart


Ongoing All ages Teach children the importance of exercise and heart health with the Jump Rope for Heart scheme. Registered schools receive skipping resources worth up to £100 and are required to hold a sponsored skip within the year. Schools can retain 20% of funds.


CAMPAIGN RSPCA Week


June 2016


All ages The RSPCA is offering schools a range of lesson plans and resources across a range of curriculum areas. Schools can retain 50% of funds, so run a joint fundraiser – for advice on running a pet show, turn to p53.


CAMPAIGN Brake’s Giant Walk


15 June 2016


All ages Registered schools receive a ‘Giant Walk’ pack, including learning resources and promotional materials. Run a sponsored walk and retain up to 50% of funds raised – read our step-by-step guide at pta.co.uk/sponsored.


14 SPRING 2016 FundEd FOR MORE INFORMATION


Speaker’s School Council speakersschoolcouncil.org


EuroTalk eurotalk.com/jlc


Young Writers youngwriters.co.uk


The British Heart Foundation bhf.org.uk/jumprope


RSPCA rspca.org.uk/getinvolved


Brake brake.org.uk/giantwalk


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