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Easter Card Competition

National Education Union

Isle of Wight

Easter Card Competition:   “What am I most looking forward to doing after Covid-19?”

The virus has put our lives on hold for such a long time.

It is now time to express our hopes and aspirations – however big or small.

Hence the theme “What are we most looking forward to after Covid-19 concerns have been lifted?”

We hope, as many students as possible will contribute and excite us with their imagination.

Competition Contact details: peter.shreeve@neu.org.uk

Address for postage: Peter Shreeve, Bryn Coed, 6 Priory farm Lane, Carisbrooke, Newport, Isle of Wight. PO30 5JT

Each design should include:

–           first and last name of student

–           name of school

Winners: 1 winner and 2 runners up from each of the three main categories. Each will receive an Easter egg and a gift voucher. They will also receive a set of printed cards with their winning design to send to their friends and relations ready for Easter.

Winners cards will be used by the local NEU as an Easter greeting card and be sent to the General Secretaries and President of the Union.

It is hoped to publicise the winners in the local media and possibly elsewhere.

Deadline:  to arrive before midnight on Friday, 12th March

It is hoped to send prizes/notification to winning schools in the week beginning 22nd March ready for the end of term on Friday 26th March

Foreign entries only: These could be posted or scanned and emailed to IWNEUcompetition@gmail.com.

We hope that

•          this fun competition will motivate students and

•          you will encourage as many as possible to participate.

Task:

Design an Easter card, answer the question:

“What am I most looking forward to doing after Covid-19?”

Designs should be

– A4 or A5 size and flat.

Designs could be

– coloured, painted or designed using a computer.

– imaginative or use a foreign language.

Deadline:

The final entries should be given to a staff member, who will ensure Peter Shreeve, NEU receives them before midnight on Friday, 12th March 2021.

A winner and two runners-up will be picked from each of the 3 categories.

Primary       Secondary       Special

(If your school has links with schools abroad, encourage them to enter too!)

Entries will be judged by representatives of the NEU. Winners will have their entry printed, so they can send them to friends and family. They will also receive an Easter egg and a gift voucher.

Winning cards will be used by the local district of the National Education Union as their official Easter card. Winning entries will be shared with the local media and elsewhere. Entries cannot be returned.

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