Architecture Competition 2016
It’s that time of year again and Doncaster Civic Trust are launching a third round of our architecture competition for Doncaster primary schools.
This time we have made some changes to the rules to make the competition more interesting and worthwhile entering.
- Schools can now enter multiple teams which can compete for the prizes.
- We have chosen a single, well-known town centre site for your children to try out their design ideas.
The prize money on offer is £850!
And our friends from Sheffield University will be on hand to work with your children.
Deadline for registration is 14th October 2016.
You can find out all the details about the competition by clicking below.
We know children love the competition and get a lot out of it. Our schools have told us so.
(Special thanks to Rachel Berry for redesign of the competition.)
Copley Junior got involved in the architecture competition this year for the first time. It was brilliant! Our children really got involved in thinking how they could enhance our local area. They came up with a really creative structure for the Yorkshire Wildlife Park that involved rooms on different levels themed to the park with a viewing platform at the top. We came 3rd in the competition and the children were so proud of themselves. The project involved students from Sheffield University working with our students for the day. This was really beneficial for the children as it opens their eyes to the different opportunities they could have in the future. The students supported the children well and they thoroughly enjoyed working with our children too. I really hope the project is offered again this year and we would certainly enter again.Liz Crayton
2016 Competition Winners
We are delighted to say that this year, 8 schools took part in our architecture competition. During November, 70 masters architecture and urban design students from Sheffield University visited the schools to work with 14 teams of children. They all had a lot of fun learning about architecture and produced some exciting designs.
The competition submissions were judged by the Trust’s Executive Committee in January and we are very pleased to announce the results:-
First Prize – The Eric Braim Prize worth £500 – Sprotbrough Copley Junior School
Second Prize – worth £250 – Askern Spa Junior School Blue Team
Joint Third Prize – worth £100 each – Askern Spa Green Team and Rosedale Primary School
Congratulations to all our winners.
Copley Junior School’s Winning Entry