We are once again looking for talented young artists to enter our local Primary School’s Art Competition organised by the Cameron Bespolka Trust and the Pilgrims’ School.

British Wildlife Theme
Observing wildlife is a fabulous way to appreciate the wonder of nature. Choose a wild creature and examine it in detail. Look at its fur, feathers or scales. Observe its vibrant colouring or the crafty camouflage. Listen to the sounds it makes. Each species is unique. Create a masterpiece and submit it to your school. You could be the winner of one of our prizes and be invited to our prize giving ceremony hosted at the Pilgrim’s School on 11th March, 2020. The categories this year are:
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The categories this year the categories are:

  • Drawing
  • Painting
  • Collage/Textiles

If you are in Years 3 to 8 (divided into year groups 3-4, 5-6 and 7-8), send us your painting, drawing, collage or textile of an example of British wildlife. Any medium is acceptable, the choice is totally yours!

Inspired by Cameron's love of nature, this competition is a superb opportunity to encourage children to be curious about nature, observing local wildlife and exploring their creative skills.

Join in the fun! This is what you need to do:

  • decide which British wildlife creature you would like to create
  • design your piece of art on A4 paper
  • write your name, year group, name of school, type of animal on back of your piece of art
  • hand your artwork back to your art co-ordinator by 1st March 2020. 

A great creative half term project!  Good luck!

Looking for some inspiration? Have a look at some of the entries from 2019 

Any  questions?  Email us at : info@cameronbespolka.com

Kingfisher by Danny Perrin, winner of the 2019 Cameron Bespolka Art Award.

Participating Schools in 2019

  • All Saints
  • Kings’ School
  • Oliver’s Battery,
  • Osborne
  • Pilgrims’
  • Prince’s Mead
  • St Bede’s
  • St Peters
  • St Faith’s
  • St Swithun’s Junior and Senior
  • Stanmore
  • Weeke