We are inviting your school or youth group to take part in our exciting poster competition for our Living Waterways Project.*
This would be an ideal project for Eco Schools water topic, or for any class/ youth group wanting to do something positive for nature.
You will need to use the template provided on this page to create your posters and they must have a water wildlife theme with a positive message about stopping pollution in our becks and streams.
This could be-
- Stopping litter
- Stopping the dumping of chemicals in watercourses
- Stopping people from pouring oils and solvents down highway gullies
Your poster should also include information on the correct way to dispose of litter/ chemicals to enforce a positive message.
Please see the following webpages for further reading
Environment Agency Yellow Fish Project
The winning entry will be professionally printed and used to promote our Living Waterways Project. We will also use the entry on our website, social media pages and it will feature in our members magazine Wild Tees.
1 entry will be accepted from each school, so it is recommended that you run your own in- house competition to find your perfect entry. This could be done yourself, or we could provide a member of staff to work with a class for a half day or a youth group for one session (for more info please email [email protected] with subject F.A.O Rachel or Telephone: 01287636382 and ask for Rachel.)
1 year membership to Wildlife Watch (click here for more information) or 1 year membership to Tees Valley Wildlife Trust’s magazine (click here for more information) and a copy of the Horrible Geography book- raging rivers.
Class/ School Prize
A Nikon Coolpix digital camera, so you can document all of the environmental projects, class outings and fun days you take part in.
The competition closes at midday on Friday 13th February 2015 and the winner will be announced after half term.
DOWNLOAD THE POSTER TEMPLATE HERE poster template2
*COMPETITION ONLY OPEN TO TEES VALLEY SCHOOLS AND GROUPS
You can post your entry to
FAO Rachel O’Sullivan
Tees Valley Wildlife Trust
Margrove Heritage Centre
Or you can email a copy to
[email protected] with the subject F.A.O Rachel
Don’t forget to include the pupil’s name, class and year group.