Poster Designing Competition

11th National Children’s Competition 2020 (Covid 19)

🤔 Isn’t this a reminder that we are not in control and must always be dependent on an unseen power?
🤔 Shouldn’t we be grateful for all things – for groceries, toilet paper, good health?
🤔 Isn’t this a reminder for us that life is fragile, and we should appreciate the miracle and blessing that a *ventilator* can nowhere match or replace the efficiency of our lungs?

Present your arguments and unleash your inner artist 

Design your posters using arguments from the unprecedented experience the world is still experiencing through this Covid-19 global pandemic.

Registration Closing date : 29th June 2020

Poster Submission – online via your login area.

Submissions Closing: Sunday 05th July 2020

File size & format : jpg/jpeg, png, pdf

 

Theme:

G1 (Year 1&2) & G2 (Year 3&4) 
Being Grateful to our Creator
 
 
G3 (Year 5&6) & G4 (Year 7&8)
Power of Creator vs Creations
 
 
G5 (Year 9&10) & G6 (Yr 11 to Age 18) 

Who is Really in Control

 

Poster Format

Groups 1 & 2 – Physical or handwritten posters (A4 size) must be send by post.
Groups 3, 4, 5 & 6 – Digital posters (submitted online)
 

Winners

 
Gold, Silver and Bronze places will be chosen from each group
 

Awarding

Winners will be awarded at the NCC/NYC Awarding Ceremony 2020 (date yet to be decided) insha Allah
 
 

Marking Criteria

Title     (Max 15 Marks)
• Clear wording – easy readable – max 4 marks
• Contrasting colour – max 4 marks
• Outstanding from rest of the text – max 4 marks
• Text size – bigger – max 3 marks

Contents     (Max 40 Marks)      

• Robust Arguments – max 5 marks for each argument          

• Clear take-home message – max 10 marks 

• Logical order for the whole poster – max 10 marks 

Design     (Max 30 Marks)               

• Presentable, uncluttered – max 10 marks

• Right background, not fussy – max 5 marks

• Evenly spaced – max 5 marks

• Composition of colours (Use of right colour combinations) – max 5 marks

• Use of right fonts – max 5 marks

 

Readability     (Max 10 Marks)    

• Text must be concise, not too much – max 5 marks

• Text size – easily readable from reasonable distance – max 5 marks

 

Visualisation      (Max 5 Marks)  

Use of appropriate image or graphics – max 5 marks

 
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