One world for all

4th May 2001 at 01:00
What does one planet, one people mean to you? What makes you think you are a world citizen? Learning and Teaching Scotland is encouraging children to think about world citizenship by organising a competition for creative entries on the theme. They can be posters, essays, poems, dance, music, drama or craft work and can be by a team or individuals.

The judging criteria include relevance to the theme of citizenship (30 per cent of the marks), local Scottish influence (20 per cent), originality (20 per cent), presentaton (15 per cent) and explanation of team work (15 per cent).

First prize is pound;40, with pound;30 and pound;20 for second and third places in seven categories: pre-school, P1-3, P4-7, S1-3, S4-6, further education and club or community group. Winning schools or groups will also receive a Beo (Gaelic for "alive") ecology community renewal game for teamwork.

Send your entries to Learning and Teaching Scotland, Gardyne Road, Dundee DD5 1NY, marked for the attention of Education for Citizenship Committee, by June 23.


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