Young people of all ages and abilities from schools throughout England produced artwork, creative writing, film and music pieces with an anti-racism theme, having worked with educational resources in class.
In total, 53 young people from 23 different schools received prizes in 8 categories, from presenters that included guest of honour Rachel Yankey (below).
Potts Print (UK) was once again a sponsor of the competiton, and Mark Tobin (above) awarded Ellie Eggleston, a Year 7 pupil at John Ferneley College, the prize for our category. Her ‘Join Hands Around the World’ design also came third in the Year 7 to 9 category.
Ellie’s proud mum Zoe said: “Ellie is quite arty and told me that the idea had just popped into her head. She really enjoyed taking part in the competition.”
Over the course of two days the judges viewed all of the artwork, creative writing, film and music entries to select winners displaying originality and a strong anti-racism message.
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