Clean Air Day (June 21st) is all about encouraging people to make small changes to their lives that will make a big difference for the quality of the air we breathe. Pollution in London is high and it can make us very sick. The pollution team at Islington Council would love children to get involved in Clean Air Day in a creative and fun way.
Environmental Project Officer, Jo Corrall invites children to create a poster explaining how people can reduce the amount of pollution they make.
The poster should encourage people to:
The competition is open to Key Stage 1 and 2 children attending a primary school in Islington. Puse bold colours and and a clear design preferably with felt tip pens on a white A4 sheet to paper to make it easier for people to read and understand your message. Use the whole sheet and work right up to the edges of the paper. Please write your name, age and school in pencil on the back of your poster.
Prizes for best entries include: your poster being displayed at the Islington Museum and Central Library. Your poster being made into a free postcard for people to take home.
COMPETITION DEADLINE: Please hand your poster to your school office by Thursday 7th June or send to Jo Corrall, Pollution Team Islington Council, 222 Upper St, N1 1XR by Tuesday 12th June.