Competition - It's a Fact!
IT’S A FACT!
A competition for primary age children to produce a poster that explains how important it is to follow the Coronavirus rules in Birmingham to the theme of ‘It’s a fact!’
Early years and primary aged children in Birmingham (11 and under) are tasked with producing posters or pieces of artwork that explain to their families, their friends and the wider community how important it is that everyone in Birmingham follows the national guidance as well as the local restrictions that are in place:
- Wash hands: keep washing your hands regularly for 20 seconds.
- Cover face: wear a face covering in enclosed spaces.
- Make space: stay at least 2 metres apart - or 1 metre with a face covering or other precautions.
- In Birmingham you must not socialise with anybody outside of your household or support bubble in any indoor setting, whether at home or in a public place.
Schools remain open and it is really important that everyone respects the measures schools have introduced to keep everyone safe.
Children should be encouraged to reflect on why the rules are in place and how important it is for everyone to play their part in keeping Birmingham safe.
How to enter
- Children should produce a poster or painting/drawing that helps communicate the message that everyone in Birmingham should be following the rules together to keep us all safe. These should be sent to the council where a judging panel (including Director of Public Health, Dr Justin Varney) will decide on the winning entries.
- Winning entries will be used on the council’s social media channels to help communicate the messages about following the rules.
- Prizes for winning entries will include vouchers and personalised face coverings.
- Entries must be received by no later than Wednesday 4th November 2020.
- Entries should be sent by email to email@example.com (photos or scans should be taken of the entries).
Competition terms and conditions
1. The competition is open to children in Birmingham aged 11 or under
2. One entry per child will be accepted. There is no restriction on the number of entries received from schools.
3. The closing date for the competition is 5pm on Wednesday 4th November 2020.
4. Winning entries will be those deemed by the judges to have captured why Birmingham needs to follow the rules in the most engaging way.
5. Birmingham City Council reserves the right to reproduce and utilise in whole or in part the entries submitted by children for information and publicity purposes.
6. By entering, each school agrees to secure parental agreement and authorises the use of names of the establishment to which it belongs and the names of participating teachers and pupils in any information or publicity activity linked to this competition.
* Parents, please send entries with your details and with permission to the email address:firstname.lastname@example.org
7. Schools must indicate any entries where there is not permission secured for any aspect of the entry.
*Parents, please ensure you provide permission when sending entries.
*OL – parents are requested to send permission directly with competition entries.