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Roar! for Diversity Competition

Football and cricket have joined forces for this competition which empowers Key Stage 2 pupils to celebrate diversity in teams.

We are proud to launch our Roar! for Diversity competition, in partnership with the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), to empower pupils to ‘Roar!’ for Diversity and celebrate the importance of diversity in teams.

For this competition, pupils need to work together to create an advert to celebrate diversity in teams and show others just how important it is. Pupils’ adverts can be as creative as they like – they may wish to do a poster, a poem, an artwork, a storyboard for a short film or any other idea they choose!

By entering the competition, pupils could win some unforgettable prizes. Our supporting resource pack introduces the competition to Key Stage 2 pupils and helps them to get started on their entries.

Watch the film above to find out more about the competition and what your pupils need to do to enter.

Key information

Each entry needs to be created in a team (minimum of 2 and maximum of 6 pupils) and should have the first name of every team member written on it.

The following criteria will be used to judge the entries:

·       does it celebrate diversity in teams?

·       does it have a clear message?

·       is it eye-catching?

·       is it memorable?

To enter pupils into the competition, you can scan their entries, submit a photo of the entry, or submit a Word or PowerPoint file.

The competition is open from Thursday 21 November 2019 until Friday 14 February 2020.

Only Key Stage 2 pupils from England and Wales are eligible to enter this competition.

Teachers need to be registered for Premier League Primary Stars or Chance to Shine to have entered their pupils’ work for the competition. Note that Chance to Shine is the ECB's education charitable partner and supports the ECB to deliver the programme.

In March 2020, we'll be in touch with all schools that have entered to let them know if they are one of the winners.

There is one overall prize for England and Wales.

Prizes

There are some fantastic money can’t buy prizes to be won, including:

  • working with designers to bring the winning advert to life
  • tickets to a match for the winning team
  • a Premier League Trophy/Cricket World Cup Trophy visit to the winning team’s school.

Full terms and conditions are available.

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4. Which year are your pupils in?*

NB: Note to teachers to include pupils’ first names on all entries

8. Did you work with a football club community organisation on your entry?*

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