- Develop and explore creativity
- Explain ideas and concepts in a clear and concise way
- Participation as a global citizen
- Improve photography skills
- Critically analyse and make improvements
Theme: “Where I Live”
This year’s competition ties in with Nord Anglia’s collaboration with UNICEF and their Sustainable Development Goals. The competition theme is ‘Where I Live’, which specifically supports learning around Goal 11, Sustainable Cities and Communities.
By entering this competition, students will have the opportunity to have their work seen, not only by our family of schools, but also by people around the world!
All students are invited to join the competition and compete to win one of the following titles:
- Global Campus Photographer of the Year, 8 and under (EYFS – year 3/grade 2)
- Global Campus Junior Photographer of the Year
(Age 8-11, years 4-6/grades 3-5)
- Global Campus Young Photographer of the Year
(Age 11-14,years 7-9/grades 6-8)
- Global Campus Photographer of the Year
(Age 14-18, years 10-13/grades 9-12)
How to join the competition
Participating students will submit one photo to the school’s Global Campus Leader, Mr. McArtney, with the following:
- Title of the photograph
- A clear link to the theme and the UNICEF goals
- Location the photograph was taken
- Approximately 50 words explaining why the photograph was taken and how it fits the theme
You can e-mail our Global Campus Leaders directly at firstname.lastname@example.org for Primary students or email@example.com for Secondary students. Alternatively, you can pass a USB stick to them in school with the photograph and written explanation.
Our students will be competing with other schools across the world, in the hope to win…
- Category winner – students who win their age category will have their work featured on one page of the calendar.
- Calendar cover – One of the category winners will have their work chosen as calendar cover.
- Highly commended – students who are highly commended in their age category will have their work. featured on one page of the calendar.
- Runners up – students whose work is selected as runner up will have their work included in the calendar.
Any students whose work appears in the calendar will receive their own copy of the calendar. There are a number of other prizes which will be confirmed by Nord Anglia towards the end of October.
This year’s new Student Council will have the task of selecting the best entries from Compass, Madinat Khalifa across each age category.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our Global Campus Leaders Mr. McArtney, (Primary school) at firstname.lastname@example.org or Mrs Anderson-Rice (Secondary school) at email@example.com