Religious studies prize

17th December 2010 at 00:00

Entries are open for this year's Stevenson Prize, a Church of Scotland initiative to encourage excellence within religious observance and religious education. Awards of pound;500 will be made to winners in primary, secondary and special school categories. There are no age restrictions and entries may be submitted in any medium, by the end of March. Two prizes were awarded last year: to Dunbar Grammar, for a visual exploration of how people make sense of disasters: and to Baljaffray Primary, in East Dunbartonshire, for a similar approach with the title, "Why Easter?"

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