Design a English Dept Postcard Competition

Design a English Dept Postcard Competition

A teaching resource provided by Abi C.

Resource Description

If you haven't already, it's a good idea to have a bank of postcards which teachers can send out to parents to celebrate their child's progress in lessons or extra curricular activities. They can truly add a personal touch, more so than a text message which teachers are often asked to send.

This competition offers all students in your school the opportunity to have a go at designing the postcard which teachers will send home.

This bundle includes a powerpoint which can be adapted to use in assembly or in lessons and an A3 poster which can also be adapted to be used in corridors or form rooms.

Most schools have a reprographics room or member of admin staff who can scan A4 designs and adapt them using software like Photoshop and cut them for use by teachers.

Entries for the competition could be shown as part of a display within your department or in the school library.

Resource Files

There are 2 files for this resource.

File Name File Type File Size
Postcard Comp poster.docx
Microsoft Word 4.8MB
Postcard Competition Powerpoint for Assembly or Lessons.pptx
Microsoft Powerpoint 4.5MB

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