30th May 2003 at 01:00
The Students' and Teachers' Educational Materials Project requires students aged 11-18 to create an educational website based on a visit, real or virtual, to the Science Museum, London SW7, the National Railway Museum, York or the National Museum of Film, Photography and Television, Bradford.

Closing date is July 16. All winners receive Toshiba prizes including notebook computers, digital cameras and televisions for themselves and their schools. Toshiba is also offering the Toshiba Newcomer Award - extra prizes of a pocket PC for the teacher and TVs for pupils of a school entering for the first time. Judges include 16-year-old Seb Clover, who sailed across the Atlantic single-handedly, and representatives from the Science Museum, Toshiba and The TES.

Tel: 020 7942 4771

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