Sarah would love to hear how the expedition is being used in the classroom. During the next two years, she will be holding three competitions for both pupils and teachers.
For each theme, pupils will have the opportunity to create a poster or video; and from the teachers she would love to see a classroom resource inspired by the expedition.
- Each winning pupil and teacher will receive a signed copy of Alastair Humphrey’s book The Boy Who Biked the World and a visit from Sarah on her return or a live chat from the field
- Three runners up will also have their work featured on Sarah’s website.
“Recipe for Adventure” – cook up the perfect nutrition for Sarah’s expedition
Have you learnt all about nutrition on Sarah’s expedition?
Sarah is asking for the best recipe to keep her going for the months to come.
Pupils should create a poster or video of an original recipe that has all the necessary ingredients for a great expedition meal.
Teachers should create a lesson plan or resource that helps pupils understand what makes a great expedition meal.
Terms and conditions
Who can enter?
- The pupil competition is open to all pupils under the age of 12
- The teacher competition is open to all teachers at primary school in the UK.
The deadline for entries is 30 May 2012.
How to apply
Application is via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please use the subject line:
- ‘Recipe for Adventure’ Pupil Competition or
- ‘Recipe for Adventure’ Teacher Competition
By submitting an entry, applicants absolutely assign with full title guarantee all and any intellectual property rights throughout the world in the Competition Work to Sarah Outen without restriction
Each winning pupil and teacher will receive a signed copy of Alastair Humphrey’s book The Boy Who Biked the World and a visit from Sarah on her return or a live chat from the field.
Three runners up will also have their work featured on Sarah’s website.
Applicants will also need to have access to the internet in order to apply online.
How will the competition be judged?
All applications will be judged by the London2London team and the winning entries selected.
We may need to contact you to clarify information but there will not be an interview process.
Notification of winners
The 2 winners (1 pupil and 1 teacher) and 6 runners up (3 pupils and 3 teachers) will be notified by phone or email by 24 June 2012. Regretfully we are unable to contact unsuccessful entrants.
Sarah Outen Limited.
Definitions“Competition Work” means any statements or material submitted as an entry for this competition.
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