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Project Competition

Project Competition
Project Competition

Congratulations to our winners and runners-up of The Project Competition 2022.

We had so many great entries this year - well done to everyone who entered the competition! We’re delighted to announce our winners and runners-up of the competition this year are from students in Czech Republic, Slovakia, Turkey and Thailand.

Take a look at their entries below.

Level A

Winner: Student group from Czech Republic

Winner 10 to 13 age category - Student group from Czech Republic

Runner up: Student group from Turkey

Runner up 10 to 13 age category - Student group from Turkey

Level B<

Winner: Student group from Slovakia

Winner 14 to 17 age category - Student group from Slovakia

Runner up: Student group from Thailand

Runner up 14 to 17 age category - Student group from Thailand

About the competition

For the Project Competition 2022, in a group of (2 to 4 students) we'd like you to imagine you can invent anything that will make the world a better place and will help with one of these important global issues: climate action or improving health and wellbeing.

Your project should address the following four questions:

  1. What problem do you want to solve?
    • Climate action OR health and wellbeing
  2. Why is this problem important?
  3. What is your invention?
  4. How will your invention help?

Your entry can be hand drawn, produced on a computer, or you can use your own original photos. You can choose to create either a digital or print project, but the photograph that you upload of your project must be legible.

Grand prize

Winner's prize graphic

Runner-up prize

Runner-ups prize graphic

Opens: Monday 1st November 2021 | Closes: Thursday 31st March 2022

Enter The Project Competition 2022!

How to enter

Who can enter? Any teacher who teaches students age 10 – 17 can take part in the Project competition.

  1. Tell us which problem you want to solve: Climate action OR improving health and wellbeing.
  2. Explain why this problem is important.
  3. Describe your proposed invention.
  4. Explain how your invention will help solve the problem.
  5. Make sure your project is your own original work and does not copy anyone else's work (e.g. no images copied from the internet).
  6. If you use photos or drawings of real people, make sure you submit a completed model release form for each person that appears.
  7. Make sure the text in your project is legible.
  8. Read and accept the Terms and Conditions.
  9. Submit your entry online.

Useful links

Frequently asked questions

Do you have a question about the competition? We’ve answered your most common questions in this short video. If you have another question, please email

Project Competition Questions

Try out the competition as a classroom activity!

Complete the task in class with your students. Download a lesson plan and a worksheet to engage your students with the competition in class.

Download the lesson plan (PDF, 1MB)

Download the worksheet (PDF, 1MB)

Sample pages    Sample pages

Find out more about Project Based Learning

What is Project Based Learning? What does it mean for classroom learning? And how can you implement it?

Download our paper to find out.

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Download your free certificate

Give your students a certificate to celebrate their entry!

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Taking Part Certificate(PDF, 527KB)

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