Save Lime Kiln Competitions for Schools

 

 

Save Lime Kiln Competitions for Schools

Closing Date is Thursday 18th January 2007

 

  

There are three separate competitions. 

1)      A poster or painting competition for KS2 onwards

2)      A writing competition for KS2 onwards

3)      A colouring competition for Reception and KS1 children

We have made some suggestions for topics, but you or your teacher may have some other ideas too.

 

All entries will be assessed by a panel of judges.

  • The judging of the artwork is being led by Mr Philip Flowerdew, President of the Wootton Bassett and District Arts Society. 
  • The Poetry and Prose assessments will be led by Mrs Pat Read of the Patricia Read School of Speech and Drama in Swindon and Mr Godfrey Room, Director of XPress Train (www.xpresstrain.org.uk)

 Download Page for Rules (Click Here)

Category A - Artwork Competition

Sections

Year 3, Year 4, Year 5, Year 6, Years 7 to 9; Years 10 & 11; Years 12 & 13

Media

Watercolours, felt tips, crayons (black & white or colour), acrylics, poster paints,
Computer designed entries are acceptable

Format

A4 portrait or landscape; one side of the paper only

Suggested Topics

Poster advertising Lime Kiln
My favourite Sport
A sporting scene

Category B - Writing Competition

Sections

Year 3, Year 4, Year 5, Year 6, Years 7 to 9; Years 10 & 11; Years 12 & 13

Media

Poem or piece of prose, handwritten.
The border of the page may be decorated (optional)

Format

A4 portrait or landscape; one side of the paper only

Suggested Topics

“Life without sport”
"My favourite Sport"
“I like going to Lime Kiln because...”
“Sport is important for young people because…”
“[SPORT] I would like to try….”

Category C - Colouring Competition

Sections

Reception, Year 1 & Year 2 ONLY

Media

Felt tips, coloured crayons, wax crayons

Format/Topic

A choice of sketches will be provided by the Save Lime Kiln Committee for schools to photocopy