Entries to be sent in to SRtRC by March 20th
"I encourage all schools to get involved with this competition... the quality of the young people's artwork is always very high, the kids all love getting involved and Show Racism the Red Card is a really good and important message."
Christine Blower, General Secretary, National Union of Teachers
Show Racism the Red Card (SRtRC) have opened the 2015 Schools Competition for registration.
The competition allows young people from schools across England to show off their creative flair and artistic abilities. Entries for the competition can be as diverse as making a short film, writing a song or recording a dance video. SRtRC also welcome collaborative items and more traditional art pieces such as a drawing, creative writing, photography or sculpture.
The creative piece should have the theme of anti-racism and participants should work with SRtRC resources in a classroom setting before producing entries.
For more information, read our news article about the Award Ceremony at Manchester City Football Club for last year's competition winners here.
Following this SRtRC produced a 2015 calendar which showcased artwork from young people from England, Scotland and Wales, read about the launch here.
Closing date for registration is 27th February 2015
Closing Date for entries is 20th March 2015
Show Racism the Red Card also has School Competitions in both Scotland and Wales, links can be found below:
Scotland SRtRC Anti-Racism & Anti-Sectarianism Creative Competition & Wales SRtRC Anti-Racism Competition.