The National Physical Laboratory (NPL) is pleased to announce the winners of the first annual Centre for Carbon Measurement Schools Poster Challenge, which received almost 200 entries.
The overall winners were Cathy Jamieson from Bishop Wand Church of England School (secondary) and Mansa Kumar and Saniya Sethi from North London Collegiate School (primary), who will both receive £150 of Amazon vouchers. Many congratulations to them and to all who took part in the challenge.
This year's poster challenge included three themes: Climate change - a global issue; Renewable energy in your area; and People power - how you can make a difference. The challenge was planned to coincide with Climate Week (3-9 March 2014) - Britain's biggest climate change campaign, inspiring a new wave of action to create a sustainable future.
The judging panel marked posters based on factual accuracy, readability, use of current affairs and design. As well as the overall winners for the two age categories, there are also winners in each poster theme, who will receive a prize of £75 in vouchers. These are as follows:
Climate change - a global issue: Katie Barron and Imogen Cook, Bishop Wand Church of England School
Renewable energy in your area: Olivia Isaac, Bishop Wand Church of England School
People power - how you can make a difference: Tiffany Parsons, Bishop Wand Church of England School
Climate change - a global issue: Ava Amrolia, North London Collegiate School
Renewable energy in your area: Priyanka Shah, North London Collegiate School
People power - how you can make a difference: Anna Squire, St Paul's Catholic Primary School