The Carson Awards are an exciting opportunity for young people to express themselves creatively under the theme ‘What Integration Means to Me’.
The Carson Awards will open again for applications from the 22nd September 2016 – please see information below as a general guide only as this will be subject to change.
The Awards have two elements:
The Carson Bursaries
Open to Year 12, 13 and 14 students at integrated colleges and, if applicable, collaborative partners. Bursaries provide resources to carry out and complete a creative project under the theme ‘What Integration Means to Me’. Bursaries are awarded up to £1,000.
The Carson Prize
Open to all students of integrated primary and second level schools and, if applicable, collaborative partners. Completed creative projects, under the theme ‘What Integration Means to Me’, may be entered for The Carson Prize. For example, pupils at schools may wish to enter a poem, song or piece of artwork already in existence or which does not require any financial assistance. These entries will be judged under key stage categories and winners will receive £500 for their school along with a trophy. All those who take part will receive a certificate.
Creativity is the key and we hope to receive a wide range of entries reflecting a variety of mediums for example artwork, photography, collage, music, dance, stories, poems, sculpture, short films, comedy sketches, drama or any other medium of your choice – so go on, get creative!!
If you have a project you would like to discuss please do not hesitate to contact Gemma Hill on 028 9069 4099 or at firstname.lastname@example.org