Your chance to win a trip New York for the September 2015 anniversary
Following on from the success of last year’s 9/11 National Schools Competition, SINCE 9/11 is once again offering students the chance to win a trip to New York next September 2015 which will include a visit to the 9/11 Memorial. One winner and two runners up will be selected from all eligible entries received in each category and all six students will receive a trip to New York.
To see what happened when the our previous prize winners visited New York, take a look at our 2012 and 2013 winners’ page below.
1. Register your details
2. Send your video or essay
The winner will be chosen by our judging panel, details of which will be announced shortly, so watch this space!
The competition is open to all UK students between the ages of 13 and 16 from now until 27th March 2015. There are no restrictions on the number of entries per school.
Please read the terms and conditions to find out more about the competition.
Entries will be judged against the following criteria. Each criterion is equally weighted.
Professor Andrew Burn - Professor of English, Media and Drama, UCL Institute of Education – Chair of the Judging Panel
Simon Schama CBE - Professor of Art History and History, Columbia University New York, Emmy award winning Broadcaster, Author
Cliff Chanin - Director of Education and Public Programmes, The National September 11 Memorial and Museum
Peter Rosengard - Founder and Chairman of SINCE 9/11
Dame Sally Coates – Director of Secondary Academies (South)
Lee A. Ielpi - President, September 11th Families' Association: Tribute WTC Visitor Center
Charles Saumarez Smith CBE - Secretary and Chief Executive Royal Academy of Arts
Thomas Von Essen CBE – Former FDNY Commissioner on 9/11
David Goodhew – Headmaster of Latymer Upper School, London
Dr Yvonne Burne OBE – SINCE 9/11 Trustee and Ex Headteacher of City of London School for Girls
Maqsood Ahmed OBE – SINCE 9/11 Trustee and Director of Community Development, Muslim Hands UK
SINCE 9/11 is a non-political and non-denominational charity. Registered in England and Wales. Company number 7230819 & charity registration number 1136568. Registered office; Botanic House, 100 Hills Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB2 1PH
All you have to do is tell us ‘How did 9/11 change the world?’ We want you to use your imagination by sending us an original, creative and thoughtful piece of work.
You can send us either:
Send your video or essay
9/11 National Schools Competition