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Premier League Draw Together challenge

This challenge is now closed. We asked children to be an ally and support others who face racism. This challenge supported the Premier League's No Room for Racism initiative.

 

Welcome to Premier League Draw Together

Premier League Primary Stars invited children aged 5 to 11 across England and Wales to take part in a brand new art challenge in support of the Premier League's No Room For Racism initiative.

To take part, pupils created a unique piece of artwork expressing what allyship and inclusion means to them, using the Premier League Draw Together artwork template

Watch presenter, Ben Cajee kick off the challenge with pupils at Holy Trinity Primary School in Merseyside.

 

Launching the challenge

Download our fantastic new resources and use the introductory films and resources to launch the challenge, discuss the topic of allyship, and support pupils as they plan and create their artwork.

You can also download an inspiring Premier League allyship poster for your classroom. 

These resources are also available in Welsh!

Key information about the challenge

  • The challenge was open from the 21 April 2021 - Friday 11 June 2021.

  • Submissions will be reviewed during June 2021.

  • We'll be in touch in July 2021 to let you know whether one of your submissions has been selected to appear on the Premier League and Premier League Primary Stars gallery!

Rewards

  • All participating schools will be rewarded for their efforts with a copy of the Premier League Writing Stars poetry anthology, Beautifully Different, Wonderfully the Same.

  • One lucky school will receive an exclusive visit from the Premier League Trophy. 

  • 20 art pieces will be selected and shared in a No Room For Racism gallery on the Premier League and Premier League Primary Stars websites.

  • The first 10 schools submitting their pupils' work will receive a class set of official No Room for Racism pin badges.

Full terms and conditions are available.

Take Part

4. Which Key Stage are your pupils in?*

Key stage 1

Key stage 2

5. Language*
11. Did you work with a football club community organisation on this challenge?*

Please provide us with more information:

This challenge is now closed.