SchoolsRadio.com - A Vision Charity Initiative
SchoolsRadio.com encourages students up to 18 years to create and share their own audio programmes with other UK schools through a specially regulated networking site. Supporting many aspects of the National Curriculum, SchoolsRadio.com helps develop creativity, self-confidence and team work, improving literacy, speech and technical skills - all whilst stimulating dialogue between enthusiastic young people. Launched in December 2007 by the Secretary of State, Department for Children, Schools and Families, SchoolsRadio.com provides an opportunity for children of all ages and abilities to get their voices heard as they explore the powerful and popular medium of radio.
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2013 - 2014 Events
SchoolsRadio.com runs competitions throughout the year aimed at encouraging participation and improving audio production standards. These competitions are open to everyone registered with SchoolsRadio.com and offer significant prizes for the winning schools.
Each SchoolsRadio.com competition has its own mechanic and awards. These can include significant cash prizes for the purchase of school audio equipment. Some of the competitions will also involve presentations at important broadcasting events including the Arqiva Commercial Radio Awards and the Vision Charity Ball.
Listen to the entries
All suitable audio contributions submitted to SchoolsRadio.com are available to share through our specially regulated networking site. To hear all the audio you must first register your school with SchoolsRadio.com. However, you will be able to listen to some examples soon from this website. Watch this space.
How to enter
Competition entries should be submitted by a teacher through the SchoolsRadio.com website. All suitable entries will be judged by an independent panel of radio industry professionals. The SchoolsRadio.com website has full details of all the current competitions.