Sky Ocean Rescue Programme & #PassOnPlastic Blog Competition
Oceans are important to all of us… and they’re in danger
As a teacher, you have the power to influence the next generation to be mindful and sustainable consumers. Their attitudes and behaviours will determine the fate of our oceans.
That’s why Sky Ocean Rescue is encouraging secondary schools across the UK to use the Ocean Rescue topic as a springboard for creativity, learning and skill development.
Download the assembly, activity and poster resources now.
#PassOnPlastic competition now launched
What is the Sky Ocean Rescue #PassOnPlastic Blog Competition?
Sky is challenging young people aged 11-16 to express their voice. Using their creativity and communication skills to write a blog to shine a spotlight on the issues affecting ocean health.
How do I enter?
Students need to write a blog entry up to 600 words, to let readers know about the issue of ocean plastic and what they can do about it.*
What are the prizes?
1st prize – (1 winner)
- A free VIP trip for the winner’s class to the Sky Academy Studios in London where students will meet special guest Emily Penn, a Sky Ocean Rescue campaigner and reporter. With Emily’s help students will bring the winner’s blog to life through an in-depth TV news report produced in state-of-the-art studios. They will also take away goody bags and a copy of their final TV report
- Winner’s certificate
2nd place – (5 runners up)
- Goody bags for the runner up and their class
Entering is easy:
1. Click here to register and download the competition entry form. Please print one form for each student taking part.
2. Introduce the topic to your class with the Sky Ocean Rescue presentation and school resources that can be used to help kick off discussion and activities around the topic.
3. Encourage your students to write a blog to change the way people behave and think about ocean health. The Sky Ocean Rescue Activity sheet may be useful to help students plan and write their own blogs. Blogs should be written or typed on a Word document and can be up to 600 words.
4. Pop your students’ entries into an envelope with the competition entry forms attached and send them to: We are Futures, Sky Ocean Rescue Blog Competition, 1 Paris Garden, South Bank, London, SE1 8ND – or email them to email@example.com – by Monday 29th April.
*For the full competition terms & conditions please visit https://nationalschoolspartnership.com/terms-conditions/sky-ocean-rescue
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