National Science and Engineering week 2010 (12th-22nd March), is now under-way and in order to celebrate it this year, the British Science Association has teamed up with The Zoological Society of London and WWF-UK to launch a campaign highlighting the issues facing the world's many endangered species.|
The Endanger Rangers competition is aimed at school children of all ages from Key Stages 1 to 4, and involves students designing an informative poster which focuses on a particular animal or plant species that is facing real difficulties in its fight to survive.
The Endanger Rangers competition is designed to encourage children to research into the world of any of our planet's most threatened species, focusing not only on the animal or plant species itself but also on the habitat in which it lives and the factors that have caused that particular species to become really very vulnerable in the wild.
With just a week left to go until the competition ends, and many wonderful prizes up for grabs including a Nintendo DS, it's really time to put those finishing touches to your posters (or actually start it if you are running a little behind).
The Endanger Rangers competition ends on Monday 22nd March 2010, with winning poster designs being exhibited at the ZSL London and Whipsnade Zoos. All details about the competition including rules and entry forms can be found by following the link below.
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