martes, 15 de noviembre de 2011


Design an interactive Christmas E-card for the British Embassy in Madrid, win 250 Euros for your school and get your design seen by hundreds of people in Spain and the UK.

Christmas E-card :

It is a Christmas made using ICT (computers) to be emailed. You can use PowerPoint, Glogster, Photoshop, Gimp, Paint, Photoscape,... whatever software you are good at.
There are also Photoeditors online: scrapblog, pixlr, picnick...

The competition is open to pupils aged 13-14 studying in the 1st – 2nd nd Year of the bilingual schools project of the Comunidad de Madrid.

We have chosen the theme of the London 2012 Olympic Games and would like your design to reflect what you consider best represents the attractions of the London Olympic Games. The card should include a suitable Christmas message and should be as interactive as possible.

How to Enter
Create your interactive Christmas card which must include a Christmas Message and the name of your school in the bottom left-hand corner. Don’t forget that the theme is “What’s so great about the London 2012 Olympic Games”. Send your entries to the following E-mail addresses:

Deadline for entries
All entries must be received by Monday 21 November. The winning E-card will be decided by a panel of British Embassy chosen judges.

3 comentarios:

  1. Hi teacher! I'm Marta from 1st D. I did the homeworl so I'm here!! :) I like the compettition... Are we gonna do it in class? If we don't do it in class, I'm gonna do it by myself...
    Well, see you tomorrow teacher!

  2. Thanks, Noe, I forgot it! I´m going to publish it just now on my blog. Thank you very much!

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