DressCode Climate Change Competition – Sponsored by Hamilton Forth

Hamilton Forth is sponsoring DressCode’s Climate Change competition, aimed at all primary and secondary school pupils in the UK and Ireland alongside Robert Gordon University, and JP Morgan.

Pupils who are interested in entering should create an animation or interactive poster around climate change using tools such as ThinkLink Scratch, PowToons or Google Slides/Powerpoint.

The competition is free to enter and entries, including a valid teacher email address, must be submitted by Tuesday 30th November.  Winners will receive sphero minis, raspberryPi 400s, & Divoom pixel art!

For full details of the competition and how to enter, visit the DressCode website.

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