Posted by: CESEW | 06/07/2010

Big Pictures for the Big Assembly

Calling all budding creatives!

Today we have news of an exciting competition and an opportunity for students from your school to get involved in ‘The Big Assembly’.

We are looking for school projects, photos, drawings, collages or paintings that we can use to create the set and staging backdrop of the event. The images you supply should relate to one of the following four subject areas:

         Sport                            Friendship                    Community                Faith

These four areas speak to the theme of the event which is….

“I have come that they may have life and have it to the full”, John 10:10

So the imagery that you submit should express joy and living life to the full. These could be photos from your school sports day, paintings from your art class, drawings of your friends, photos of work you’ve done in the community… whatever you choose to submit it should be big, bold, happy and above all colourful!

Who can enter?

Anyone in full time education from 5-18 years old.

How will the work be selected?

The work will be chosen by the Catholic Education Service for England and Wales and be given to a professional design agency to turn into the backdrops.

How do I enter?

Please send high-resolution digital files (.jpeg, .tiff, .bmp, .eps, .pdf, .psd – minimum 5mb to 12mb) to:  

Or on CD/DVD/USB to:

WRG Creative Communications
Unit 10, Norths Estate, Old Oxford Road
HP14 3BE

All entries are to be received by Friday 6th August




  1. We are sending some appropriate photographic work via ‘post’ – the files are too big to email.

    please try to let us know if any the work of our students is used.

    Kind regards
    David McKernan Cardinal Wiseman School Coventry – Simmarian 1968-1971

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