Rivers are vital for humans and the environment. What’s your local river and what is special about it?
For your chance to win £100 for your school* and help us celebrate World Rivers Day!
Get involved and enter our competition – Me and my River 2020
We are asking students (aged 5-11) to think about their local river and create work that reflects its importance to them and the local community. This is a chance for students to get creative and we will be looking for entries in the following six categories:
- Art (KS1, KS2) – examples might include painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, model making, collage, posters
- Written (KS1, KS2) – examples might include a fiction or non-fiction story, news report, poem, letter, diary
- Action (KS1, KS2) – examples might include film/video, animation, music, drama, dance, theatre
How it works:
- Find out about your local river
- Ask an adult (e.g. your parent/guardian/teacher) to help you find a safe place to visit your local river (or research it online if you are unable to visit it)
- Choose something about the river that interests you (it could be more than one thing!)
- Make something creative (art, written or action) to tell us about it!
- Ask an adult to share your work with us with us on social media for your chance to win £100 for your school!*
Deadline: 5pm on 23rd September 2020
Read more about the competition here.
*Terms and Conditions apply – for further details click here.