Children in KS2 (P.5-7) have the chance to win some exciting prizes! You have the opportunity to become a designer and create your very own ‘World Class City Park’. All you have to do is come up with your own creative design of what you think a ‘world class’ play park should look like.
There are different ways to create your design:
Draw your design using pencil and paper
Create a collage to display your design
Use Minecraft to create your display
Build it out of Lego
Or any other creative way you can think of.
*All entries will receive a free swimming voucher for their local Leisure Centre 🏊♂️
*Everyone who enters will be entered into a prize draw for a bike 🚴♀️
Please see below of how and where to send your entries with the details you need to include.
Competition runs from Monday 22nd June to Friday 17th July. All entries must be sent in by noon.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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