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St Faith St Martin Church of England Junior School

competitions

 

Ever wanted to have a go at directing your very own film? Why not try it out as part of your home learning and then enter your finished product into the Childnet Film Competition!

Closing date: 5pm on Monday 22nd June 2020

If art is more your thing, then why not check out this competition from NATRE? In recent years, over 350,000 children and young people have entered this competition to make a work of art in RE and now is your chance to do the same. There are £25 prizes for the winners, and your work may appear on their web gallery too!

Closing date: Friday 31st July 2020

 

The Young Coders Competition aims to tackle a national shortage in coding ability by encouraging 8-11 year olds to have fun coding and spark a lifetime interest in the skill that may lead to them to a career developing websites, apps and computer software. 

The competition is for children in Year 4, 5 and 6 (ages 8-11) to create a game in Scratch relating to the theme: "Teach your Pals about the Past" that can be used to teach their peers about a period of history or an historical event.

The competition is a suitable project for children to complete at home during the current school closure period if they already have some experience of using Scratch or with the support of a parent or guardian interested in learning simple coding alongside their children. The information pack includes 6 weeks of lessons for those with some knowledge of coding and 12 lessons for those with no experience at all. To register for the competition and download the resources click here

Closing date: Monday 22nd June 2020

To help young people flex and develop their literacy and analytical skills while schools are closed, Into Film are launching Review 100, a new film review writing competition. Every two weeks they’ll select a winner and they’ll receive a £20 Amazon voucher.   Click on the link to find out more!