The Scottish Youth Film Foundation in partnership with WWF Scotland and the National Library of Scotland's Moving Image Archive want to see your films about our future. Climate change is happening but what will happen next? Make a film of five minutes or under and submit it to us via [...]
Eco-Schools Scotland are looking for school pupils from across Scotland to participate in the seventh annual Pocket Garden Design Competition. This year designs should interpret three interlinked themes: The Year of Stories, One Planet Picnic and Wildlife Gardening. The deadline for entries is 5pm on 25 February 2022.
My Place Photography Competition encourages young people aged 4-18 in Scotland to explore their local buildings, places and archaeology. The theme for 2022 is My Place, My Space, My Story. Entries will now close at 11:59pm on 20th February 2022.
The Tree Council along with The Week Junior Science+Nature have launched an exciting new writing competition, open to all children in the UK aged between 8 and 15. Your story can be a poem or a piece of prose and can be fiction or non-fiction. Closing date 25th November.
Budding photographers! Why not take part in Historic Environment Scotland' s Visions of Climate Heritage competition? This was launched in response to the climate emergency. Prizes include Young Creative Awards for those aged between 12-17 years. The deadline for entries for the competition is 5pm on Tuesday 30 November 2021.
Check out the great range of outdoor images taken by the participants and winners of The Scottish Civic Trust My Place Photography Competition 2021. Young people have taken creative shots of rising waters, renewable energy solutions, rain damage, effects of rising temperatures and more. Learn more about the 2022 competition here. [...]
Don't miss the submission deadline for the Scottish Civic Trust’s My Place Photography Competition! The theme for the 2021 competition is climate change, and there's still plenty of time to take part. This Scotland-wide built environment photography competition is for school age young people (4-18), and encourages them to explore the [...]