Schools entering the competition
Win £5,000 for your school!
Why not tie your entries into your science, art and design, or technology learning?
Ginny Clarke, CBE and Vice Chair and Trustee of the Rees Jeffreys Road Fund, and Chair of the Rees Jeffreys Road Fund Competition Judging panel
The future of how our roads & streets “work” for all of us is something we can all contribute to and as Trustees we are keen that the enthusiasm and interest of William Rees Jeffreys had for making roads more attractive and enjoyable can be sustained in the very different world of future travel.
On behalf of the Judges, I would like to thank you for your interest in the Rees Jeffreys Road Fund Competition.
We're celebrating 150 years since the birth of our benefactor William Rees Jeffreys.
For him, safe and appealing roads and streets were the key to a better quality of life for all.
As we recover from the pandemic, face the challenges of climate change and embrace new technologies, we have a unique opportunity to re-imagine our roads and streets in new ways.
We have great prizes to recognise the best new ideas.
We’re looking for new and innovative ideas, creatively presented. Don’t limit yourself – we welcome poems, paintings, songs, videos –whatever format works for you.
We use streets and roads every day for getting to school, receiving deliveries, going on holiday and getting out into the great British countryside.
What ideas do you have to make all our journeys enjoyable and safe?
Ginny Clarke, CBE, Vice Chair and Trustee of the Rees Jeffreys Road Fund, and Chair of the Rees Jeffreys Road Fund Competition Judging panel
We’re not just looking for the best ideas...
...we’re hoping to be impressed by the way your pupils choose to present them
It’s easy and free to enter.
Schools entry deadline 19 November 2021, 17.00.
Send us your ideas and you could win up to £5,000 for your pupils' creative visions
Don’t restrict yourselves to a set of slides – how about a model, a simulation, a 3D fly through, a poem, a painting, a song or a sculpture? The sky is the limit!
How do we improve the way that our roads and streets work for us in a changing world?
What is the big idea?
How does it work?
will it benefit?
...and what would your school do with £5,000?
The school prizes
2 x £5,000 prizes and 4 x £2,000 prizes
We will award a prize of £5,000 to each of the winners in each of the two Schools categories – one prize each for the best idea in the primary school category and one for the best idea in the secondary school category.
There will also be 4 x £2,000 prizes: 2 prizes of £2,000 for the runners-up in each category.
Judges’ Special Prizes
We will also give discretionary prizes based on merit for highly commended entries
Runner up prizes
Winners, runners-up and commended entrants will be receive framed certificates signed by the Judges