Design A Hotel On The Moon!

A Hotel On The Moon!

As the 50th anniversary of man’s first lunar landing approaches, primary school children are being invited to take a giant leap of their own by designing a hotel on the Moon.

Launched by primary science experts Empiribox, the‘Moon Hotel Competition’asks pupils to stretch their imagination by inventing the very first lunar lodging, considering the weird and wonderful features needed to make Moon holidays possible.

CLOSED - Children's books competition: win books worth £38!

Children's books competition: win books worth £38!

We have five books to give away in our children's books competition, from three of our favourite publishers: Featherstone, Bloomsbury and National Online Safety. 

The prize is worth over £38 and the books are…

1. Let's Talk About When Someone Dies

by Molly Potter (£10.99, Featherstone)

From Molly Potter, best-selling author of How Are You Feeling Today? and What's Worrying You?, comes a picture book for starting conversations with children about death, bereavement and what happens next.

STEM game design and development competition


FXP Festival, a STEM initiative based on a computer and mobile game design and development competition, is now open to entries from secondary schools and colleges across East Anglia. The initiative, which is linked to the computer science curriculum, uses computer games to increase interest and uptake of STEM subjects, build young people’s digital skills and provide an insight into what careers in the technology, creative digital and related industries might offer. 

BBC launches search for next BBC Young Dancer

The BBC has launched its search for the next generation of dance talent, as it opens applications for BBC Young Dancer 2017.

Following the success of the first competition last year, the BBC is inviting applicants to submit entries in four categories: Ballet, Contemporary, South Asian Dance and Street Dance.

The competition provides an opportunity for UK dancers aged 16-21 to demonstrate their abilities through four competitive rounds.

BBC Young Dancer is a fully inclusive project, and applications from deaf and disabled dancers aged 16-25 are welcome.

The entry brochure is available in easy read, Braille and as an audio version.