Hi there and welcome. Below you shall find any current and past competitions held at Edusentials. each entry also includes a link to our terms and conditions as well as other important information.
We wish everyone Good luck!
To be in with a chance to win this superb Kit for Kids Multi-Cultural World Rug, share and like our Facebook page.
This brightly coloured 2m diameter circular rug depicts multicultural children from around the world. As well as being a delightful classroom carpet, it can help engage children in discussions around different ethnicities, develop multicultural awareness and provide children with an opportunity to share and understand what makes everyone different and special in their own way.
High quality tufted pile. Non-crease and non-slip. Stain-resistant coating and washable with bound edges to prevent fraying.
For full competition terms and conditions, click on the link below.
Throughout December 2015 we are running a competition to design a Christmas Card!
Send in your children’s drawings of what Christmas means to them. The drawings can be with pencils or crayons or even paint like the one shown above.
We will use the winning design in our 2016 Christmas marketing campaign. We will choose 6 designs and for each design selected the school will receive £25 to spend in our website.
For full details click the links below.
Halloween lanterns come in all different shapes and sizes and can be made from any manner of materials. Traditional lanterns are made from Pumpkins where the insides of the Pumpkin are scooped out and a face or decorative pattern is carved into the outer skin. Lanterns can also be made from mason jars which can be decorated with images of Halloween.
You can also make a lantern using card, crepe paper and coloured film. Whatever your lantern is made from, it can be lit from the inside with an electric candle and put on a windowsill, or hung from a tree to add a bright colourful addition to the dark nights of autumn. Below are some ideas to help you design a mason jar lantern.
What you’ll need:
Start by cutting the tissue paper into strips, about 1 inch thick. Brush a thin layer of glue on the outside of your mason jar and stick the tissue paper to it. Work a strip at a time until you have covered the whole of the jar. Leave to dry.
While the jars are drying you can begin making your faces by cutting them out of the black card. When the jars are dry you can stick the faces onto the front. Tie some ribbon around the top of the jar for final decoration. They look lovely on the windowsill with just the sunlight coming through. Or you can put an artificial tea light inside. (Note: Use artificial rather than real tea lights as the jars can become hot).
Or for something different you could try making a ghostly mason jar.
What you’ll need:
Unscrew the lid of your mason jar. Put some glue on the inside and stick a circular piece of Styrofoam or some cotton wool to it. Leave to dry.
Next, choose a twig, ideally one with a few small branches coming off it. Put a blob of glue onto the cotton wool and attach the twig to it. Or push the twig into the Styrofoam so it stands up.
Take a ball of cotton wool and wrap some gauze over it, leaving some gauze to hang down. Using your black marker pen, make two eyes. Stick the cotton wool ball into one of the branches. Use moss or leaves to cover the base and screw the jar onto the lid.
Send us your Halloween lantern photos for a chance to win £75 to spend on our website. We will post pictures of the winning lantern on Facebook. Closing date for entries: Friday 6th November 2015