SCHOOLS are being reminded to get their entries in for a competition to win a share of a £6,000 prize for projects to develop their facilities.
It could be PE equipment or a new allotment.
Your school could win a share of £6,000 to be spent on building projects, thanks to The News School Build Challenge.
Launched with construction ﬁrms Warings and Leadbitter, prizes of work to the value of £3,000 for the winner, £2,000 for the runner-up and £1,000 to the third placed school are on offer.
The money is being offered to primary schools across the area to support projects.
To enter the competition, please write a maximum of 250 words explaining what you would like to have for your school within the budget.
The entries will be sent in to The News and a panel of judges will narrow them down to a ﬁnal short list.
Send your entries to Promotions, The News, The News Centre, Hilsea, Portsmouth, PO2 9SX.
Alternatively, you can also email your entry directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The closing date for all entries is midday on Monday, June 10.