South Central Ambulance Service - Competition
During these challenging times, South Central Ambulance Service (SCAS) would like to offer their support by sharing resources you may find useful. They are also launching a competition for children, and we would like our pupils to take part.
As a school, we have been responsive to supporting local initiatives and the local community during this difficult time and we would love the school to get involved with this competition. Some of our families are critical/key-workers, who work for the NHS and this helps to celebrate and appreciate all their efforts and support, to care for our loved ones.
This competition is open to all year groups for primary (up to the age of 13 yrs old).
999 Ted competition – make your own ambulance
999 Ted would love to see them bought to life in 3D! Children can use anything that they can find at home like cereal boxes or cardboard boxes, milk cartons, loo rolls and more to make their own ambulance. We have attached a template 999 Ted has created himself to help you get started or they can make their own ambulance however they want to!
Winners will receive a special visit from 999 Ted with an ambulance and paramedic to teach your children about first aid and how to save lives next term if government guidelines allow us to do so.
999 Ted will select one winner from each county that is covered by South Central Ambulance Service. The competition is open to children 13 years and under. We don’t need you to send in the item as you might want to keep it in the classroom or at home but you can send in a photo to email@example.com before the 21 July 2020
If you have any questions regarding this competition please get in touch on this email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The competition is judged by the SCAS and their decision is final.