Students are invited to produce a piece of art that reflects this year's competition theme, 'Connections'.
Our Art Competition is a fantastic opportunity for young artists to compete internationally and showcase their talents. The competition is open to all COBIS schools, including Applicant schools.
Download our poster to promote the competition in your school.
Competition PosterHow to enter
Submissions will open on Wednesday 27 January and close at 3pm (GMT) on Wednesday 24 February 2021. Each school will be able to submit up to three entries per category listed below. Many schools choose to run an internal competition to select these entries.
- Early Years and Foundation Stage
- Key Stage 1
- Key Stage 2
- Key Stage 3
- Group Entries (all ages)
Entries will be submitted via an online form. Full details about how to submit your students' entries will be made available on this webpage in January 2021.
Winners and Prizes
The winners will be announced on our website and social media channels in April 2021. The winning entries will be published on our website and may feature at our Annual Conference in May 2021.
A certificate and prize will be awarded to the winner and runner-up of each category.
Winner: £50 Amazon voucher
Runner-up: £25 Amazon voucher
Interested in Judging?
The competition entries will by judged by COBIS teachers and art professionals. To register your interest in judging the competition, please contact email@example.com.
2020 Winning Entries
Terms and Conditions
We would like to thank Kinteract for sponsoring this year's Art Competition.
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Teachers have the flexibility to deliver classes in person or remotely while designing opportunities for student-driven learning, automating tasks and planning seamlessly for the days, weeks or terms ahead.