THE 2017 COMPETITION HAS CLOSED. PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR SHEENA STEWART'S PRIZE-GIVING REPORT.
The schools are back and the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust is again appealing to school pupils across the Perth and Kinross region to get busy and enter the annual GWCT schools art competition.
The primary school winner will receive the Michael Wolfe-Murray perpetual trophy along with a farm visit for his/her class organised by the Royal Highland Education Trust to Culfargie Estate, plus many more prizes and certificates to winners and runners-up.
The senior school winner will receive the Blackadders perpetual trophy along with a £50 art voucher and prizes and certificates for runners-up.
The competition itself invites primary and senior school pupils in the region to create a piece of art depicting a game or wildlife species from the British Isles relevant to the Trust’s work. This could be a drawing, painting, photograph, sculpture or mosaic - whatever medium they choose.
Information packs and entry forms are being sent out to all primary and secondary schools in Perth and Kinross.