Kids' Competition Entries

Young English Heritage Members have been getting creative, designing their own viking shields, mosaics and creating mini versions of Stonehenge out of whatever they can lay their hands on! Discover some of the wonderful entries we've received for the last three kids' competitions...

Plus, don't forget to enter our new competition to make a mini motte-and-bailey castle!

DESIGN YOUR OWN VIKING SHIELD COMPETITION



Joe Bower’s Viking Shield design.

In our guide to Anglo-Saxon England, we asked our young Members to design their own Viking shield.

Throughout the summer, many of our young Members were occupied with designing their own Viking shield and we had over 90 fantastic entries into the competition, which you can see a selection of below.

We are delighted to annouce that the winner was Joe Bower, age 11. We loved the use of colours in Joe's design.

A SELECTION OF YOUR ENTRIES

Design your own mosaic COMPETITION



Roman Mosaic by Nathan Green.

 In the May 2017 Kids Rule! magazine, we ran a competition for our young Members to create their own moasic The moasic could be a picture of anything - from family to possessions.

We received some great entries and are pleased to announce that the winner was Nathan Green from Lancashire with his roman solider and horse mosaic.

Discover some more entries that we recieved by scrolling through the gallery below.

Benjamin May

Benjamin May

Benjamin May
Alfie Knowles

Alfie Knowles

Alfie Knowles
Mina Martin-Coll

Mina Martin-Coll

Mina Martin-Coll
Megan Elizabeth Podmore

Megan Elizabeth Podmore

Megan Elizabeth Podmore
Robert Wooles

Robert Wooles

Robert Wooles
Tamsin Marchant

Tamsin Marchant

Tamsin Marchant

Mini Henge Competition



In the March 2017 Kids Rule! magazine, we ran a competition for our young Members to create a mini henge out of whatever they wanted – stones, painted card, gingerbread... you name it!

We received some brilliant entries – like this one made out of straw by Toby and James, age 9 .

We are delighted to annouce that the winner was Jake D'Souza with his brilliant entry made from clay and moss.

Take a look below to see Jake's enry and some more fantastic creations that were entered.

Beginning to build the mini henge out of clay.

Beginning to build the mini henge out of clay.

Beginning to build the mini henge out of clay.
Jake's mini henge competition entry made from clay and moss.

Jake's mini henge competition entry made from clay and moss from his garden.

Jake's mini henge competition entry made from clay and moss from his garden.
Jake with his mini henge competition entry.

Jake with his mini henge competition entry.

Jake with his mini henge competition entry.
Making the ravens out of clay.

Making the ravens out of clay.

Making the ravens out of clay.
Jake's mini henge competition entry with the ravens sitting on top.

Jake's mini henge competition entry with the ravens sitting on top.

Jake's mini henge competition entry with the ravens sitting on top.
Emily Johnston Mini Henge Competition Entry using MilkyWay bars.

Beginning the building process using Milky Way® bars.

Beginning the building process using Milky Way® bars.
Emily Johnston making the building blocks for her Mini Henge entry.

Making the building blocks.

Making the building blocks.
Emily Johnston carefully cutting blocks for her Mini Henge.

Carefully cutting blocks for her mini henge.

Carefully cutting blocks for her mini henge.
Emily Johnston constructing her Mini Henge.

Constructing her mini henge.

Constructing her mini henge.
Emily Johnston's Mini Henge Competition Entry.

Emily's mini henge competition entry.

Emily's mini henge competition entry.
Emily Johnston holding her completed Mini Henge Competition Entry.

Emily holding her completed mini henge competition entry.

Emily holding her completed mini henge competition entry.
Debris of Milkyway wrappers from Emily's Mini Henge Competition Entry.

Debris of Milky Way® wrappers from building her mini henge competition entry.

Debris of Milky Way® wrappers from building her mini henge competition entry.
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