One lucky prize winner chosen at random will win a free activity day for a class school visit in 2022 (weekday during Hampshire term time). This competition is open to primary, secondary and Further Education establishments.
Entries are now open for 2022!
Maximum of one entry per email address. Share this page with all your colleagues as schools can enter as many times as they like.
Please note: entrants must be school staff (teachers, TAs, admin and SLT).
Closing date is Thursday 31 March 2022. Winner will be selected at random.
Please see below for terms and conditions.
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