Art Class

Art Competition for Schools

As part of our Greening Campaign Health Pillar, we are holding an art competition for students from our local schools.

Prizes:

One winner will be chosen from each school and will receive a £50 gift voucher for Lemon and Jinja Zero Waste Shop in Romsey. All winning pieces will be included as part of a rolling display on the wall of the Summerlands Road Garden in the Village Centre.

What should my artwork be about?

Infants & Lower Juniors:

Your artwork should be about what makes you feel good about exercising and playing outdoors on our beautiful planet.

High School and Upper Juniors:

Your artwork should portray how you think that Climate Change could affect your health and mental wellbeing (such as Climate Anxiety). 

How to Enter

Either complete the online entry form or ask your art teacher (Wyvern and Kings) or class teacher (infants and juniors) to help you enter.​

Artwork Medium

You can choose any medium you like from multimedia, painting, sketching, collage, pastels, needlework, mosaic, photography, etc. This artwork is all about how you and how you feel, be creative in a material you love to work with.

Terms and Conditions

  1. This competition is open to children from Fair Oak Infants School, Fair Oak Junior School, Wyvern College and Kings School

  2. For your entry to be accepted your school must sign up to participate in the Fair Oak and Horton Heath Greening Campaign.

  3. The competition will end on Wednesday 22nd June 2022 at midnight. Entries must either be emailed to enquiries@fairoak-pc.gov.uk or dropped off at the Parish Council Offices.  To make sure that someone can receive your submission, please let us know you are coming by calling the office on 02380 692403 or by emailing enquiries@fairoak-pc.gov.uk

  4. All winners will be announced at the Greening Campaign Event on Saturday 25th June 2022. 

  5. Prizes will be awarded at the Greening Campaign Event.

  6. Entries may be exhibited at our Greening Campaign Event.

  7. Entries will be judged by a panel of Fair Oak Parish Council Staff and Greening Campaign Members.

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