We would like to say a big thank you to the David Game College football team who played exceptionally well all season.
We finished a very respectful second in the league this year and we already have our eyes set next year on winning the league!
Well done everybody who was involved in the team, and thank you for showing your dedication at training every Saturday!
If you’re aged 10 – 16 years old, you can enter our competition to win a bus tour of the Olympic Park with 30 of your friends. All you have to do is write a poem about what you think is the best thing about the games by 30th November 2011.
To discover 100 great things about the Games and enter at http://www.london.gov.uk/poetry
The first 300 entries will receive an exclusive ‘100 great things about the Games’ notepad.
Win a creative journey of a lifetime to Saudi Arabia!
Are you a young artist, photographer or filmmaker with a message to share and a passion for adventure? In December 2011 Arabia Offscreen will invite 10 talented winners to explore the incredible life and culture of the kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
This competition is open to residents of the UK, UAE, Egypt, Qatar and Malaysia aged 18 – 24.
Apply now at http://www.arabiaoffscreen.com
The Prince’s Drawing School at Kensington Palace Studios will be holding free taster session for their Autumn programme on Saturday 2nd July and Sunday 3rd September. These sessions will cover monoprinting, drawing, painting and sculpture. The courses are open to art students, teachers, designers, experienced artists as well as beginners.
From this Autumn Kensington Palace Studios will be offering concessionary rates for Primary and Secondary School art teachers and A Level students. The courses are designed for students to get valuable tuition in drawing painting sculpting and Applies arts and History of Art to compliment their own practice or studies, learn new skills and develop portfolios. The new programme will be particularly valuable for those students wishing to broaden the media employed in their artistic practice.
Session Dates and Details
Saturday 2nd July 2pm – 4.30pm
Working from a life model in the beginning of the session students will explore different qualities of line within drawing. At the end of the session students will walk to the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion to draw landscape and architecture.
Saturday 3rd September 10.30am – 1pm
In the morning students will explore mono-printing and will then move onto a session exploring three dimensional form in the latter part of the day.
Saturday 3rd September 2pm – 4.30pm
At the beginning of this session mono-printing techniques will be explored and we will then move onto painting from a life model.
For more information and to reserve a place please contact
email@example.com or call 02076138568
When booking please specify which session you would like to attend.
Channel 4’s Battlefront is back and they need you!
Do you want to get your voice heard and make a difference? Now is your chance…
Battlefront is an exciting, award winning web and television project from Channel 4.
Channel 4 are looking for a bunch of dedicated 14 –22 year olds who want to put their heart and soul into running a campaign about an issue they care passionately about.
As one of the Battlefront campaigners you’ll be given access to campaign mentors, celebrities and support from Channel 4, all in the name of helping you make a real difference. If you have the passion and the commitment, the sky is the limit!
The last two series covered a huge range of topics: from fighting knife crime, to getting thousands of people to sign the organ donor list, starting the very first National Youth Orchestra of Iraq, tackling airbrushing in magazines, ensuring online safety… and that’s the tip of the iceberg.
Take a look at the Battlefront website and see what it’s all about! This is an amazing opportunity to do something completely different, really fun, and to prove that change can happen. You will need to think of an idea for your campaign – what in life is unjust? What do you want people to think about? What makes you feel outraged? What needs to change?
A pathway to law for students
As a progressive international law firm, we at Eversheds believe that a career in law should be open to everyone.That’s why we’ve created ‘Eversheds Unlocked’. This innovative programme is aimed at students who have academic potential and an interest in law, but who may believe that a legal career is out of their reach. We’re here to prove that it isn’t.
Eversheds Unlocked is specifically designed for students who may never have imagined pursuing a career as a professional lawyer.
Would you like hands-on experience of what it’s like to be a lawyer? Do you want genuine support to achieve your potential? And are you excited by the possibility of developing your very own ‘pathway’ to a career in law?
Then Eversheds Unlocked could be the key you’ve been looking for…
John le Carré is famous for writing dazzling novels about the contemporary world – whether he is writing about the Cold War in the 1960s, the ‘War on Terror’ in the early twenty-first century and, today, in Our Kind of Traitor; a story that could have come straight out of Wikileaks.
Penguin Books in collaboration with the Daily Telegraph are inviting anyone in the UK between 16-18 years old to write a short story that reflects the contemporary world. It can be any genre and – like all of le Carré’s fiction, should reflect the contemporary world. The word limit is 2000 words.
Penguin’s fiction editors will compile a shortlist of the best entries, and
John le Carré will pick the winner.
The winning story will be published in the Daily Telegraph and on the Penguin website.
The winner will receive a signed limited edition of le Carré’s recent novel, Our Kind of Traitor, along with ten Penguin paperbacks at a special prize-giving event at the winner’s school or sixth form college.
The prize will be presented by John le Carré at the college or school attended by the winner.
The winning school or Sixth Form College will receive the full Penguin Decades collection – 20 classic novels from the last four decades.
If you would like more information about this competition please click here.