‘Classroom Stories’ returns to celebrate the best of education

Published: May 6th, 2022

Promethean competition gives schools chance to win the latest ActivPanel

Promethean’s much-loved Classroom Stories competition is back, inviting schools from across the UK and Ireland to celebrate all that’s positive about education… and be in with a chance of winning one of 20 ActivPanels!

Open for entries until Friday 24th June, the Classroom Stories competition aims to give schools, teachers, and ICT managers the opportunity to share their most inspiring education stories.

This year’s guest judges are Andrew Murden, Vice Chair at Naace, and Jonathan Swift, Editor of Education Today. They will be looking for entries which demonstrate the most:

  • Passion
  • Innovation
  • Imagination

Jim Wallis, Head of UKI at Promethean will also be on the judging panel. Commenting on why he is excited to see Classroom Stories return, he said: “We continue to be amazed by the stories and experiences that schools share. There’s so many innovative ideas and entries are always full of enthusiasm and passion. It’s a real opportunity to celebrate education and the people who create inspiring learning opportunities every day. I can’t wait to see what this year’s nominations have in store.”

Classroom Stories is open for entries from Tuesday 19th April to Friday 24th June 2022. To enter, simply record a short video that is a maximum of two minutes and submit using the online form.  

For more information on the competition, including advice and inspiration on how to create a winning entry, please visit the Classroom Stories page.