September to October 2017
During this phase we will provide feedback on project ideas
Project briefs will be released on Wednesday 6th September 2017.
Each team will decide what project they want to do (focused on addressing/achieving one or more of the SDGs), and will have the opportunity to submit their plans for feedback from Future Foundations prior to implementation.
We want to support your students to deliver high quality projects.
Participants in the competition will work in a team of between 3 and 7 students (self-selecting).
The competition is aimed at students aged 11 to 16 years in the 2017-18 academic year, however if you have students who are younger/older wishing to take part we will not exclude your participation.
To find out more, we are inviting schools to identify a teacher who will coordinate the competition internally.
The competition will launch in early September 2017, with the release of the project challenges. Registered schools will be the first to receive the information. Lead teachers should therefore register to confirm your interest in the competition. During registration you can also ask any questions you have about the competition.
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