One World by the Sea School Competition is now closed all entries have been received and a winner and two runners up have been picked.
It gives One World by the Sea great pleasure to announce that Oakdale Junior School won our competition and Hill View Primary Academy and St Thomas Garnet's School were our runners up.
Oakdale Junior School - Country Mongolia
Hill View Primary Academy - Country Morocco
St Thomas Garnet's School - Country Australia
One World by the Sea School Competition is run in conjunction with One World By The Sea 2018 festival.
The competition seeks to explore and celebrate the international culture and diversity of our local community, and to show Bournemouth and Poole as an area which welcomes international students and visitors.
Each school group registered for the competition will be designated a country. The group will then be asked to do some research into the designated country and show us how they would like to see the positive aspects of that country represented around Bournemouth and Poole.
For example, to show what might happen "if Australia came here", the students might draw or paint a certain building decorated with aboriginal art, or make a model of a bandstand in a local park, adapted with some features of the Sydney Opera House and some Australian-themed music playing.
The competition deadline is 22nd June.
Please download full competition rules and guidelines by this link.
Download the competition poster here.
HOW TO REGISTER
Please let us know you'd like to be involved by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 11th May 2018.
Please include in your email:
Name of your school
Year/age of children entering the competition. Entrants should be from age 4 or 5 (or similar level of ability)
Number of children in the class or group
Details of main contact person
We will then allocate you a country from around the world within one working day, and by Tuesday 15th May 2018 at the latest.
The winning school group and two members of staff will be invited to a creative one-day creative media masterclass at Bournemouth University at a mutually convenient date later in the 2018/19 academic year.