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Kilburn Junior School Lockdown Challenges are Back!

Today I am pleased to announce that the Kilburn Junior School lockdown Challenges are back and their bigger and better than ever before!

During the last national lockdown we set a series of sporting challenges, which we then featured in a montage on our YouTube channel and website. These were incredibly successful and I know many of you really enjoyed taking part. But this time we are going a step further with brand new challenges AND some fantastic prizes!

So I am pleased to announce our first challenge called 'The Great Outdoors'. This is a photography challenge where we challenge you to take a fantastic photo of the great outdoors.
This could mean taking photos of nature, the weather, outdoor hobbies or activities, it could be anything. As long as it relates to 'The Great Outdoors'. You don't even need an expensive camera to take part as phones and tablets will do a fantastic job!

You can submit up to 3 photos and we will be creating a virtual gallery on our website and displaying all of the submission on a brand new display in school. We will also be entering all submissions into a competition where the winner will have their photo printed on canvas by JSPhotography who have kindly sponsored our challenge.

To take part, simply take some photographs of the great outdoors and select up to 3 of your favourite images and upload them to this assignment page by Friday 12th February.
As always, if you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask.

Good luck, stay safe and we'll see you soon!


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