Registration for the 2019 annual School Competition is now open
The Show Racism the Red Card (SRtRC) School Competition is free to enter, open to young people of all ages and abilities and is a great follow-on activity to educational work about racism. We want to encourage participants to think about racism and produce their own work about this serious issue. Young people are welcome to produce work in any medium – artwork, creative writing, song and film.
Schools have until 28th February 2019 to register to take part in the competition.
This is a unique opportunity for schools to proactively demonstrate their commitment to equality and tackling racism by taking part in the UK’s biggest equalities themed school competition.
How to Enter:
Register your school by e-mailing the required details to firstname.lastname@example.org by 28th February 2019.
Please email through the following information:
Please specify Yes or No for the following - ‘Send me a link to download the brand new SRtRC film & education pack 2018-2019 with an invoice for £20’
You can also register at the bottom of the ‘Competitions’ page on the website which can be found by clicking here
Participants should work with SRtRC resources before producing entries. The brand new SRtRC film and education pack for 2018-2019 is now available to download. A dynamic and hard-hitting educational resource containing personal experiences of both top footballers and young people exploring various forms of racism and how to tackle stereotypes and misconceptions. Schools registering for the Competition can order a copy for just £20.
We look forward to seeing the final entries, good luck!