Peace Poster Competition 2016 / 2017

The theme this year is "A Celebration of Peace"

Ringwood & Fordingbridge Lions Club is proud to announce that local students from Ringwood School and Burgate School were among those participating this year.  Pictured here are the winning entries from both schools. 


thumbnail Ned 2016 Burgate winnerBurgate School's winning Peace Poster was produced by Ned Woodley aged 11 

"Our perfect world growing from all our love. Everyone is celebrating peace"


Ned's poster was also voted the winner of our District Competition and will now progress to the National Finals

MIa Marriott- Winner Ringwood School's winning Peace Poster was produced by Mia Marriott

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Matthew Fewings aged 12 from Burgate School



"My Peace Poster means to me the whole world is harmony"

Metthew was placed second of Burgate School's finalists.

Esme Beech 8S- 2nd Esme Beech's Peace Poster was placed second of Ringwood School's finalists.

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 Ivan Godfree aged 11 years from Burgate School.


"I made the poster the way it is because bright colours represent happiness and happiness links with peace. Also a dove with a pencil means that you should teach it."

Erin Lanahan 8I- 3rd Erin Lanahan's Peace Poster was placed third of Ringwood School's finalists.

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Bronwyn May aged 11 years from Burgate School



"I symbolised peace on my poster by including a dove and the world surrounded by the peace symbol. My poster is a celebration because of the fireworks. Fireworks are a symbol of celebration because we set them off at special times like Bonfire Night and New Year's Eve."

Amber Webb 8W - HC Amber Webb's Peace Poster was Highly Commended among Ringwood School's finalists

thumbnail James Kennedy 2016 Burgate James Kennedy from Burgate School.


"I have included a guitar in my peace poster because it represents relaxation and calmness. I have also drawn hearts coming out of the guitar because hearts can show love and peace. I have drawn hearts coming out of the guitar because it looks like music notes but in a different shape. As well as that I have drawn people dancing on the world to symbolise friendship and tells us that we are all together in our community. I have also include a drawing of two people holding hands which shows love and friendship".

Caroline Bedford 8N - HC Caroline Bedford's Peace Poster was Highly Commended among Ringwood School's finalists

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 Ollie Robson aged 11 years from Burgate School.



"I used fireworks and balloons to symbolise parties. I also used presents and hands holding other hands to represent parting together, and peace symbols as peace."

Mickey Tiller 8D - HC Mickey Tiller's Peace Poster was Highly Commended among Ringwood School's finalists.

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 Josie Miller aged 11 years from Burgate School.



"To me the theme means peace and love and I feel like the whole purpose of the peace poster is for everyone to symbolise peace in their drawings to show that everyone around the world can come together to create a peace drawing and by everyone coming together they can stop war."

Natalie Jones 8G - HC Natalie Jones's Peace Poster was Highly Commended among Ringwood School's finalists.

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 James Hunter aged 12 years from Burgate School.


"My peace poster is about music and love. I think love and music spreads peace, music is like a celebration. The dove is spreading love and music."

Olivia Burgess 8S - HC Olivia Burgess's Peace Poster was Highly Commended among Ringwood School's finalists.

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 Thomas Benton aged 11 years from Burgate School.


"This is a big peace sign in the middle of the poster and that symbolises a sun rising around the world. There are fireworks coming out of the world to show that it is a celebration. There are flags around it to symbolise all the countries having a party."

Poppy Ridsdale 8N - HC Poppy Ridsdale's Peace Poster was Highly Commended among Ringwood School's finalists.

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 Grace Smith aged 11 years from Burgate School.


"The theme of my poster is basically a dove spreading peace over the world. To me this is important because I believe strongly in world peace and everybody living in harmony. I think that the world should live together despite religion and race."

Grace was placed third of Burgate School's finalists.

Zoe Wallis 8N - HC Zoe Wallis's Peace Poster was Highly Commended among Ringwood School's finalists.

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Peace Poster Competition 2015 / 2016

The theme this year is "Shared Peace"

Ringwood & Fordingbridge Lions Club is proud to announce that over 500 local students from Ringwood, Burgate and Forres Sandle Manor Schools were among those participating this year.  Pictured here are the winning entries from all three schools. There are also entries for the Junior Competition and several Highly Commended entries for all competitions.



The winning entry for the Lions International Peace Poster Competition from Ringwood School was submitted by Martha Copplestone aged 12.

Martha's message is-: "Sharing Peace as one; individuals together, respecting each other's differences."

Congratulation to Martha who's Poster is the winner of our Lions District Competition and now progresses to the National round in December.

Martha Copplestone- 1st
Milenka Soskin

The winning entry for the Lions International Peace Poster Competition from Forres Sandle Manor School was submitted by Milenka Soskin aged 13



The winning entry for the Lions International Peace Poster Competition from Burgate School was submitted by Sanne Hooijmeijer-Brown aged 12.

The hands of the world unite to catch world peace. I have included the doves in my picture after seeing Picasso’s dove image. I also included some hands that show all the different countries united.

Congratulations. Sanne's poster was the Runner up in the Lions District Competition.

Sanne Hooijmeijer-Brown

Saphire Marler-Roe

Lions District 105D Junior Peace Poster age category 9 - 10 from Forres Sandle Manor School - Sapphire Marler-Roe aged 10

Congratulations. Sapphire's poster was the WINNER in our Lions District Competition.

Lions District 105D Junior Peace Poster age category 9 - 10 from Forres Sandle Manor School - Florence Beatford aged 10 

Florence Beatford
Isobel Sallows Runner up

Runner up in the Lions International Peace Poster Competition from Burgate School was submitted by Isobel Sallows year 7.

It symbolises war and peace so on the war side there are houses on fire and it is dark – there are black and white people living apart. On the peace side there is sunshine – lovely houses  - the black and white people are together, holding hands.

The 2nd placed entry for the Lions International Peace Poster Competition from Ringwood School was submitted by Jasmine Cooper aged 12

Jasmine Cooper 2nd
Kate wadely 3rd

The 3rd placed entry for the Lions International Peace Poster Competition from Ringwood School was submitted by Kate Wadely aged 13

Highly Commended entry for the Lions International Peace Poster Competition from Ringwood School was submitted by Amy Hardy aged 12

Amy Hardy commended
Chiara de Gaetano commended

Highly Commended entry for the Lions International Peace Poster Competition from Ringwood School was submitted by Chiara de Gaetano aged 12

Highly Commended entry for the Lions International Peace Poster Competition from Ringwood School was submitted by Emily Beers aged 12

Emily Beers Commended
Holly Waddington commended

Highly Commended entry for the Lions International Peace Poster Competition from Ringwood School was submitted by Holly Waddington aged 12

Highly Commended entry for the Lions International Peace Poster Competition from Ringwood School was submitted by Joe Buckler aged 12

Joe Buckler Commended
Michael Blanchard commended

Highly Commended entry for the Lions International Peace Poster Competition from Ringwood School was submitted by Michael Blanchard aged 12

Highly Commended entry for the Lions International Peace Poster Competition from Ringwood School was submitted by Millie Trowbridge aged 13

Millie Trowbridge commended
Poppy Kennedy- Wall commended

Highly Commended entry for the Lions International Peace Poster Competition from Ringwood School was submitted by Poppy Kennedy-Wall aged 12

Highly Commended entry for the Lions International Peace Poster Competition from Ringwood School was submitted by Thalia Coombs aged 12

Thalia Coombs commended
Zoe Taylor commended

Highly Commended entry for the Lions International Peace Poster Competition from Ringwood School was submitted by Zoe Taylor aged 12

Lions District 105D Junior Peace Poster age category 7 - 8 from Forres Sandle Manor School - Rosie Wells aged 7

Rosie Wells
Katie Gray

Lions District 105D Junior Peace Poster age category 7 - 8 from Forres Sandle Manor School - Katie Gray aged 8

The runner up entry for the Lions International Peace Poster Competition from Forres Sandle Manor School was submitted by Lily Barnes - Taylor aged12

Lily Barnes-Taylor
Milly Abrams

Highly Commended entry for the Lions International Peace Poster Competition from Forres Sandle Manor School was submitted by - Millie Abrams aged 12

Highly Commended entry for the Lions International Peace Poster Competition from Forres Sandle Manor School was submitted by - Charlie Shannon aged 12

Charlie Shannon
Jemima Illingworth

Highly Commended entry for the Lions International Peace Poster Competition from Forres Sandle Manor School was submitted by - Jemima Illingworth aged 11

Lions International Peace Poster Competition from Burgate School was submitted by TallulahTomes year 7

The bus represents peace on the journeys to and from school everyday. I think there should always be peace and I have reflected the positivity by using weather that we associate with happy times. The people on the bus are a key feature of my posters as it shows unity

Tallulah Tomes
Kieran Burt

Lions International Peace Poster Competition from Burgate School was submitted by Kieran Burt year 7

This inspired me because it shows the countries united as 1.
Ellen Carter

Lions International Peace Poster Competition from Burgate School was submitted by Ellen Carter year 7.

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Peace Poster Competition 2014 / 2015

Ringwood & Fordingbridge Lions Club is proud to announce that over 100 local students from Ringwood, Burgate and Moyles Court Schools were among those participating this year.  Pictured here are the winning entries from all three schools: 

Ringwood School Peace Poster Winner 2014 2015



The winning Poster from Ringwood School was produced by Megan Hill age 13

Congratulations

Megan's Poster is the Winner of our District round and now progresses to the National Round in December.



Burgate School Peace Poster Winner 2014 2015

 


 The winning Poster from Burgate School was produced by Charlotte Packham

 

Moyles Court School Peace Poster Winner 2014 2015

 

The winning Poster from Moyles Court School was produced by Jade Purley

 

 

These designs will now progress to the regional judging round of this international competition.  All were very worthy winners and are now only 2 rounds away from representing the UK in the International Finals taking place after Christmas. 

Peace Poster Competition 2013 / 2014

Rhiannon Percy Peace Poster 




Left is the Winning entry from Ringwood School by Rhiannon Percy age 13.

Rhiannon's Poster went on to come SECOND in the Lions District Competition.






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Below is the winning entry from Burgate School by Amy Pugh age 13.

    





Ringwood & Fordingbridge Lions Club is proud to announce that nearly 80 local students from Ringwood and Burgate Schools were among those participating this year.  Pictured here are the winning entries from both schools; Amy Pugh from Burgate School; and Rhiannon Percy from Ringwood School.  These designs will now progress to the regional judging round of this international competition.  Both girls were very worthy winners, aged only 13, and are now only 2 rounds away from representing the UK in the International Finals taking place after Christmas. 


Below are more of the finalists from both schools

Emily Gilbert Runner-up Ringwood Emily Gilbert. Runner-up Ringwood.

  Runner-up Burgate



 Runner-up Burgate







Hattie Fisher Ringwood Hattie Fisher, Ringwood.

Collette Anderson Ringwood





Collette Anderson, Ringwood   






 

                                                                      


Katriona Davey, Burgate Katriona Davy, Burgate  

Eddie Carter, Burgate







                                    Eddie Carter, Burgate


More Peace Posters will follow shortly.


Lions Annual Art Contest for Children

Each year, Lions Clubs around the world proudly sponsor the Lions International Peace Poster Contest in local schools and youth groups. This art contest for children encourages young people worldwide to express their visions of peace. For 25 years, more than four million children from nearly 100 countries have participated in the contest.

The theme of the 2012-13 Peace Poster Contest is "Imagine Peace." Students, ages 11, 12 or 13 on November 15, are eligible to participate.

Promoting the Arts

Each year's art contest for children consists of an original theme incorporating peace.

Participants use a variety of mediums, including charcoal, crayon, pencil and paint, to express the theme. The works created are unique and express the young artists' life experiences and culture.
Spreading Peace and International Understanding
Twenty-four international finalists are selected each year, representing the work of more than 350,000 young participants worldwide. Posters are shared globally via the Internet, the media and exhibits around the world.
Peace Poster Contest Judging
Each poster is judged on originality, artistic merit and expression of the theme.

Posters advance through several judging levels: local, district, multiple district and International


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