Can your school shine like a diamond in Jewellry design competition

Educate is delighted to have teamed up with David M Robinson (DMR) to launch an incredible competition to schools across the North West.

Open to both primary and secondary schools, the prestigious jeweller is calling on pupils and students to get creative for its inaugural jewellry design competition in celebration of DMR’s 50th anniversary.

Schools are being tasked with designing a unique necklace which must reflect this year’s theme of ‘family’.

Family is a unique word which resonates differently between each person. The term can be used to describe many things and has a deep, personal meaning for everyone.

Those entering are encouraged to let their imaginations and creative juices run wild and demonstrate what the word means to you as a class or school.

The winning primary and secondary school will be awarded a cash prize of £1000 to be spent on creative education as well as the opportunity to have the winning piece made in rough materials, which will be then exhibited in DMR’s Liverpool showroom for all to see.

The winners will also be featured in an article within Educate magazine as well as on both DMR’s and Educate magazine’s social media channels.

The competition is open for entries now until 4 November 2019.
More information about the competition can be found by emailing: for more details.

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