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  • Photography Competition 2021-22

    Published 29/11/21, by Emily Buirski
    **Deadline extended to Monday 24th January 2022!**

    Cheltenham Education Partnership (CEP) invites students from across the partnership's schools and colleges to participate in this year's photography competition, open to years 7-13. The winner will receive an Amazon gift voucher worth £75 and two runners-up will receive Amazon gift vouchers worth £40 each. Finalists will also have their work displayed on the CEP website.

    The competition theme is: ‘End of an Era!’

    Submit your entries with your name, school and contact details by Monday 10th January 2022 to info@CEPCheltenham.co.uk

    Terms and conditions: up to 3x images can be submitted per participant; prizes are awarded per participant; images must be emailed in high resolution jpeg format to ensure the quality is suitable for display on the website; photos of people’s faces must not be included for safeguarding purposes; offensive or inappropriate photography will not be accepted.

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  • Science Essay Prize Competition 2020-21

    Published 14/01/21, by Emily Buirski

    Details to be announced!

     

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  • CEP Photography Competition 2020-21

    Published 14/01/21, by Emily Buirski

    Camera’s at the ready! Let’s get creative!

    Cheltenham Education Partnership are offering you the opportunity to take part in a competition to showcase your photography talent on their website, launching in January 2021. In addition to seeing your photography on public display, the winner will receive an Amazon gift voucher worth £75. Two lucky runners-up will receive Amazon gift vouchers worth £40 each.

    The competition theme is:

     ‘Cheltenham though the eyes of a teenager’

    Submit your entries with your name and contact details by

    Wednesday 9th December 2020 to ebuirski@glos.ac.uk.

    Terms and conditions: up to 3x images can be submitted per participant; prizes are awarded per participant; images must be emailed in high resolution jpeg format to ensure the quality is suitable for display on the website; photos of people’s faces must not be included for safeguarding purposes; offensive or inappropriate photography will not be accepted.

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