Competition: Trees for Cities are calling all schools to make a short film about food growing in your playground/open space. Win amazing prizes for your school!
Along with energy company Bulb, Trees for Cities are launching a Grow On, Film It competition for schools to show us the effects food growing has on the pupils and staff.
It doesn’t matter whether you’re growing a few herbs in a small window box or a feast’s worth of different fruits and vegetables in multiple raised beds, we want to see how you do it.
Be as imaginative and creative as you can! Here are a few ideas to get you started:
- Say a poem about the garden
- Tell the story from seed to plate
- Show us how school life has changed since growing at school
- Show us how the growing can be incorporated into the curriculum
- Let us know about your gardening skills and why your plants grow so well
- Share how the gardening encourages a deeper connection to nature
You might decide to add songs, graphics, comedy – it’s totally up to you, though ensure you keep the films under 3 minutes long. Points will be awarded for imagination, so get those thinking caps on. We can’t wait to see what you produce!
The deadline for submissions is Monday 1 October 2018, so please ensure you have your submissions in before then.
You can find all the competition details, how to enter, tips and tricks on the Trees for Cities web page.
Here’s last year’s winning entry for some inspiration!