We want to encourage our next generation to continue to fight for our planet, which means enabling them to learn about the environment and climate change. We’re also big creators, and think our education system needs to actively encourage and support art and creativity.
To do our bit to help put our wishes into actions, we run an annual competition challenging children to make a plastic-free pledge and design an eco-inspired beeswax wrap print.
The competition is currently closed, but you can sign-up to receive updates about the next one using the form below.
How does it work?
- Teachers download the entry forms below and print out the worksheet for their class.
- Children create their design using the design worksheet. We have also created a Plastic Free Lesson Plan which can be downloaded and used to create a wider lesson around plastic pollution.
- The teacher sends all of the final designs to us, we will then create a short list of our favourites, and then work with the public to decide on the final winner.
- We will create 51 Small Kitchen Packs (1 Medium wrap, 1 Small wrap) in the winning design. 1 Small Kitchen Pack will be given to the winning designer and the 50 will be donated to the winning school. They can then sell these packs to raise funds for their school. The RRP for our Small Kitchen Packs is £10 so we would hope from the sale you would raise £500 in total.
We hope this all makes sense but please contact us if you have any questions.
Please note, competition is currently closed.