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Deadline extended for School Competition 2024!

Show Racism the Red Card have extended the registration deadline to allow as many schools as possible to participate in the 2024 School Competition, which promises to be the biggest ever. 

Schools now have until 4th March to register and submit entries

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, film and T Shirt designs.

This year, there are two really exciting new categories for pupils to take part in. 

 

The Kickers Music category offers an exciting platform for young musicians to use their creativity and musical talent to promote positive social change and stand up against racism.

 

 

The EA SPORTS FC “Design a Boot” category is your chance to design a football boot to be featured in-game next year.

 

HOW TO ENTER THE 2024 COMPETITION

Participants should work with SRtRC resources before producing entries.

The SRtRC Education Hub is available online and free to access. The hub consists of dynamic, hard-hitting educational resources, exploring various forms of racism and how to tackle stereotypes & misconceptions.

Created specifically for teachers and educators, the Education Hub provides access to step-by-step, guided lessons and activities so that you can promote anti-racism amongst the young people in your school/organisation.

You can access the Hub at: https://theredcardhub.org

 

This is a fantastic opportunity for young people to get creative and take ownership of the anti-racism message.

 

Sign your school up today!

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