Winners for Council's Clean Air Day school's poster competition announced
7 July 2021
The Council’s Air Quality team ran a schools poster competition for schools across the borough to mark Clean Air Day which took place on 17 June.
The theme for this year's competition was ‘The Lungs of London’ and students were encouraged to interpret this in any way they wanted to, using art, poetry, storytelling or combination of formats to produce an A4 poster.
There were two categories of the competition based on the Key Stages and schools could submit up to 5 entries to each, with prizes awarded to the winner and runner-up and their school in each category.
The winners for the Key Stage 1 competition was Kenzo, age 7, from St Richard's CE Primary School in Ham. Jarvis, age 6, from Deer Park School in East Twickenham was the runner up.
The winners for the Key Stage 2 competition was Isaac age 8, from Hampton Hill Junior School in Hampton Hill while Nabiha age 10, from Heathfield Junior School in Whitton was the runner up.
Congratulations to all.
Up to: July 2021
Updated: 12 July 2021