School Competition 2018 - The Winners!

The Show Racism the Red Card (SRtRC) School Competition sees young people from schools throughout England create their own anti-racism messages in a variety of formats and is the largest equalities-themed competition for young people in the country. 

The competition is divided into 8 categories featuring artwork, creative writing and multi-media amongst others. This year’s edition contained wonderful art pieces. It was not easy to appoint winners but after a long day of judging, we are pleased to reveal the following pupils have all won prizes:

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 Rosie Greatorex & Karaleigh Hunter

Joseph Swan Academy
Gateshead

 

 

 


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Team GSA

George Salter Academy
West Bromwich

 

 

 


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Charlie Roswell, Robbie Cameron, Abigail Blundell-Stephenson, Lilly-Mae Fielden, Sara Uddin & Abbie McCarthy

Whinney Banks Primary School
Middlesbrough

 

 


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Year 1-4 pupils

Birchwood CE Primary
Warrington

 

 

 


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Nikki Lotay

Pinner Park Junior School
Harrow

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Freya Hewitt, Freya Hounam, Zac Fairley, Oliver Johnson, Phoebe White & Lily Pringle

Cestria Primary School
Chester-le-Street

 

 

 


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·Zainab Chowdhury, Ziyaad-Tau Smith-Warunge, Krzysztof Sowik, Lydia Addae-Asante, Anaeah Edwards & Nesrine Bouhmala

Elmwood Infant School

Croydon            

 

 


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Olamide Ibrahim

Varna Community Primary School
Manchester

 

 

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Aleeha Sayed

Iver Heath Junior School
Iver Heath, Bucks

 

 

 

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Benjamin Jones

St Michael in the Hamlet Community Primary School
Liverpool

 

 

 


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Seren Richardson

Templenewsam Halton Primary School
Leeds

 

 

 


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Aman Hussain

Green Lane Academy
Middlesbrough

 

 

 


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Huw Williams

Iver Heath Junior School

Bucks

 

 

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Stefani Marcinova

Cecil Jones Academy
Southend on Sea

 

 

 


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Evie Griffiths

Stockport Academy
Stockport

 

 

 


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Manahil Masood

Bolton Girls School
Bolton

 

 

 


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Jack Pollock

Whitburn CE Academy
Sunderland

 

 

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Kauthar Sulleiman

Eden Girls School
Coventry

 

 

 

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Leon Feurtado & Daniel Tickner

Lees Brook Community School
Derby

 

 


   


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Humera, Sebastian, Umar, Mosheen, Kiran & Sofia

Southfield Special School
Bradford

 

 

 

 


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Kimberly Walters

Barking Abbey School
Barking    

 

 

 


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Courtney, Josh, Tom, Sean, Mac, Matthew & Megan

West Lancashire Community High School
Skelmersdale 

 

 

 


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Hasan, Shah & Zainab

Southfield Special School
Bradford

 

 

 


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Harvey Clifton-Welker, Bradley Edmondson, Luke Holdsworth, Simram Kaur, Jasmine Saunders & Mack Wylde,


Thornden School
Eastleigh

 

 


All competition winners will be invited to a special awards ceremony at the Bet365 Stadium, home of Stoke City FC with prizes presented by special guests, including current and former professional footballers.

One of the few competition stipulations is that young people must have worked with SRtRC resources and activities within an educational setting, and having done so entrants then have the flexibility to get creative with their anti-racism messages. 

Open to young people of all ages, the free-to-enter competition encourages participants to produce anti-racism themed artwork in any medium; creative writing – including poetry, short stories and newspaper style articles; film and music pieces.

The competiton is sponsored annually by National Education UnionUNISONUnite the UnionGMBThe Professional Footballers Association (PFA)The Football Association (FA), UsdawPotts Print (UK) and Durham County Council.

Throughout the years, young people have produced truly inspirational work for the competition, some of which has gone on to be incorporated into the campaign’s wider awareness-raising activities.