Antarctica Day Flag Competition

Antarctica Day Flag Competition

A Year 7 student has won a flag competition in celebration of Antarctica Day, and will have her flag taken to Antarctica.

The competition poses students to make an Antarctic flag whilst raising awareness for the Antarctic treaty, run by the UK Polar Network (more information here).

Head of Geography, Mr Smith said: “Our Year 7 students have designed some superb flags for the continent of Antarctica this year.  The competition is designed to create awareness of why it is important for us to protect one of the Earth’s last natural wildernesses.  We had some inspired entries this year.  It was clear that our students had really thought about the brief given to them, the importance of the Antarctic Treaty, as well as portraying the importance of geography, science and flora and fauna.  Like last year – penguins were a popular design choice!”

Below features the winning flag made by Mattie K. As the winner, her flag will be taken to Antarctica by a scientist to be photographed.

Antarctica day flag winner

Antarctica day board

To see last year’s competition, please click here.

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