Skip to content ↓

Southfield wins national competition with national anti-racism education charity

Students from Southfield will be treated to an award event at Premier League club Stoke City after winning a national competition with the Show Racism the Red Card charity.  

Before the Easter break teams of students from Southfield the national School Competition with Show Racism the Red Card (SRtRC).  Many of our classes took part in creating artwork expressing feelings about racism which were entered and some of which have won!

The SRtRC School Competition sees young people from schools throughout England create their own anti-racism messages in a variety of formats and is the largest equalities-themed competition for young people in the country.   The competition is divided into 8 categories featuring artwork, creative writing and multi-media amongst others.  Southfield won in 2 categories.  

Southfield students Humera, Sebastian, Umar, Mohseen, Kiran and Sofia from Class 204 won the Year 10+ Artwork and Creative Writing category with "Different But Same".

Representatives from these classes will be going to an awards ceremony on 24th April at Stoke City Football club to be presented with their award and prizes.  The winners have also been recognised on the charity's website.  Have a look here.

Hasan, Shah & Zainab from Class 202 joined them by winning the Additioanl Support for Learning Artwork & Creative Writing award with "One Human Race". 

Well done to everyone involved!  We will report on the award ceremony on our Facebook page.