2016 Leavers’ Yearbook Awards
When one door closes another one opens! Firstly congratulations to Maria Santhosh from St Gregorys school on being the lucky winner of our autograph books competition.
And now we have another exciting opportunity for all you yearbookers – the 2016 Leavers’ Yearbook Awards. Here’s your chance to really show off what you’ve done with your own yearbook and be super-proud of what you’ve achieved!
We’re accepting entries and nominations for the 2016 awards until 31st August. Each category winner will be announced on 5th September.
Tell me more about these Yearbook Awards:
- Yearbook awards categories
- The prizes
- How to enter your yearbook into an awards category
Leavers Yearbook Award Categories:
There are three exciting categories for you to enter your yearbook under. There are separate entries for primary school yearbooks (Year 6) and secondary school yearbooks (Year 11 or 13).
1) Best yearbook cover design
If your cover knocks the socks off other yearbooks, then enter it into this category. We’re looking for something beautiful and eye-catching
2) Best original yearbook page idea
Had a brainwave for a truly original page? Or have you transformed a traditional yearbook page into something even more genius? Show off your total brilliance.
3) Best ‘create your own’ yearbook
So, what’s the reward for an award you might ask? Surely the pure prestige of winning the award is enough isn’t it? No? Okay, how about chosing one of the following prizes?
- £50 Nandos voucher to take your yearbook team out for dinner
- £50 STA Travel vouchers for those taking a gap year
- £50 Amazon voucher
How to enter your yearbook into an awards category
This is the easy bit. All you have to do is fill in a short entry form selecting which category you wish to enter and give the name of your school. The closing date for entries is 31st August and we’ll announce the winners on 5th September.