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Student Competitions

Throughout each year a range of competitions and challenges are available for students and schools. These cover all curriculum areas from Language to The Arts. Some are run by subject organisations, some by governments, some by private organisations, some by international groups.

“Challenges”, such as the Premier’s Reading Challenges, are listed in a separate section.

For ease of presentation, competitions are listed in curriculum areas. In some instances, the listing is broken into further sub-directories, e.g. Language → Writing, Spelling, Public Speaking, Debating, … .

Specific levels are indicated both in writing and through the use of the following icons.
 [Primary];  [Secondary Years 7-10];  [Senior Secondary Years 11-12].

No sporting competitions are listed. The same applies to Eisteddfods. Those listed fall into what would be classed as the “academic” area, e.g. Language area, STEM and STEAM.

Not all are of a competitive nature. Some are free to enter, others have entry fees.

Note we have broken the listing over two pages. It is done for two reasons. The first is to limit the size of the pages for several factors related to their use. The second is to allow for continued additions over the coming period by recommendation or, discovery on our part.

If you are aware of any other competitions or challenges suitable for inclusion please let us know about them so we can make this an even more comprehensive listing both overall, and for specific areas.

Science

  • Australian Science Olympiads
    ‘Though open to all, the exams typically benefit high achievers in science from Years 10 and 11 and those who have high aspirations and enjoy a challenge. Year 12 students are welcome to sit the exam’. 4 separate exams in areas of Science. Information regarding these and other activities are found on this site. Individual exams and dates are listed below.
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    Australian Space Design Competition
    ‘Would you like to design your own futuristic space station ?’ See details in the Challenges section above.
    Annual ASDC Finals were held 19-20 January 2019 at the University of Queensland [St Lucia]. Details of the next challenge as these are advised.
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    Australian Stockholm Junior Water Prize
    ‘Aims to increase interest in water-related issues and research, and to raise awareness and knowledge of global water challenges. Open to all Australian high school students between the ages of 15-20’. 2 Flyers available to download covering entry and guidelines.
    Award presentation Wednesday 8 May 2019. Stockholm World Water Week 24–29 August 2019.
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    BHP Billiton Science and Engineering Awards
    ‘BHP Billiton Science and Engineering Awards are Australia’s most prestigious school science awards. Primary or secondary school students [including homeschooled] or undertaking full-time secondary study in TAFE colleges’. Entry is via nomination only, through a state Science Teachers Association [STA] competition. Contact the relevant state association for details about their preliminary events and the nomination process.
    12-17 May 2019 : Intel International Science and Engineering Fair [ISEF].
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    SEA*ACT : Science Fair
    ‘Each entry should fall under one of the nominated themes. Age Groups include Early Childhood – Preschool to Year 2; Primary Years 3 to 6; Special Education - All age groups; Secondary//Post Compulsory Years 7 to 12. Selected entries may be eligible for the BHP Billiton Foundation Science and Engineering Awards’.
    Science Fair entries due 13-14 September 2019. Judging on 15 September and project viewing on 16 September 2019. Winning projects viewing 21-25 October with the Prize Ceremony on 25 October 2019.
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    STANSW Young Scientist Awards
    ‘Students are able to submit a scientific investigation or a working model of an invention or you may be able to submit your project to both categories. Young Scientist offers students from Kindergarten to Year 12 worthwhile incentives to carry out scientific investigations or inventions. It provides teachers with valuable resources and professional learning opportunities’. New categories have been added.
    Deadline for Innovative and Engineering Design and OSHClub Inventions and Innovation projects is 30 August 2019. Judging of these on 31 August 2019. Public display of these 28 September 2019. Deadline for STANSW Scientific Investigation and MANSW Working Mathematically Awards is 4 September. Judging for these is 7 September for the MANSW Awards and 13 September for the STANSW entries. STANSW Young Scientist Awards Presentation Ceremony is 31 October 2019..
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    Young Territory Young Scientist Competition
    ‘The Young Territory Young Scientist Competition is open to all Northern Territory school students. Encourage your teacher to submit your work’. There are several categories which you can enter.
    All entries normally required by late September and Awards presented in November. Exact dates once these are advised.
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    Queensland Science Contest [STAQ]
    ‘An opportunity for Queensland students from Prep to grade 12 to have their scientific work judged for awards and prizes’.
    Registration required by 8 October and entries submitted on 11 [after 4pm] or 12 October [before 9am] and pick them up on 13 October 2019. Awards Ceremony held 26 October 2019 [University of Queensland].
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    Oliphant Science Awards [SASTA]
    ‘The Oliphant Science Awards are a wonderful opportunity for school students from Reception to Year 12 to develop their interests in science through a competition with a range of categories to suit a wide variety of abilities and interests’.
    New & Country Schools Incentive applications close 24 May and Student Registrations close 6 June 2019. Amendment dates to be confirmed. Delivery of entries from 24 June to 12 July 2019. Judging days during August. Presentation Ceremony on 20 September 2019..
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    Tasmanian Science Talent Search
    ‘There are seven sections to allow for individual students’ preferred learning styles. These are made up of theme related sections and open sections. Each section is divided into year group divisions’.
    Themed sections online registration opens on 8 May 2019. Closing date for the themed entries will be 12 June 2019. Online registration opens for the Research Investigation Section on 22 August 2019. Submission deadline for Research Investigations is 19 September 2019. Award Presentation Ceremony, University of Tasmania, Launceston 24 November 2019.
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    Science Victoria : Science Talent Search
    ‘Science based competition open to all primary and secondary students in Victoria. The theme for 2019 is Destination Moon : more missions, more science’.
    Registration closes 27 May 2019. Schools pack 1 - 11 June 2019. All Experimental Research and Creative Writing - Submit entries electronically from 17 June to 21 July 2019. Country Entries - Posters and Photography during the same period. Judging day 3 August 2019. Schools Pack 2 - 19 August 2019. Schools pack 3 - 7 October 2019. Exhibition and Presentation Day, 28 October 2019 [TBC].
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    Science Talent Search [STAWA]
    ‘Aims to promote science teaching and learning through creative project work. Entries may be submitted by students from any school in Western Australia, or students under home tuition’.
    School Registrations runs to 30 June and Students from 10 June to 26 July 2019. Regional Judging 5-23 August and teacher nominations from these to State by 23 August 2019. State Judging 23 and 31 August 2019. Presentation Ceremony 18 September 2019.

  • Big Ideas Forum [ANSTO]
    ‘The ANSTO Big Ideas Forum brings 22 students and 11 teachers from across Australia to Sydney to meet world-class researchers and go hands-on with amazing technology. We are looking for people who are creative and passionate’. Year 10 students.
    The Big Ideas Event is held early in November. Applications for 2019 opening will be notified as soon as possible. Exact dates once these are advised.

  • Big Science Competition
    ‘Encourages critical thinking and problem solving skills. The Big Science Competition is an easy way to challenge students from years 7 to 10’.
    Pen & Paper registrations close 24 April 2019. Online registrations close 17 May 2019. Event dates are 20-29 May 2019.
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    CREST [CSIRO]
    ‘A non-competitive awards program supporting students to design and carry out their own open-ended science investigation or technology project. Focuses on the Science Inquiry Skills content descriptors of the Australian Curriculum’. Sections for Primary and Secondary.
    Registration through the site. Once registered, materials are sent to you. Check How CREST works for a background on the program.
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    Crystal Growing Competitions
    Links to these in 6 states and territories. Primary and Junior Secondary students.
    Check on state/territory links on the above page for details regarding dates and related information. The competition closes on Friday 5 July 2019 with results published during National Science Week.
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    Updated ! Education Perfect - Science World Championships
    One of a series of Championships covering a variety of areas. Points gained can be accumulated from multiple championships towards overall achievement both as schools and individual students.
    A 7-day online event celebrating learning and achievement in Science from 28 May to 4 June 2019.
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    Eureka : Sleek Geeks Science Prize
    ‘The Sleek Geeks Science Eureka Prize encourages students with a passion for science and for communicating ideas to tell a scientific story via a short film’. Main website is found at an Australian Museum website. Multiple Teacher resources are available. Primary and Secondary competitions. Multiple competition options.
    Entries close 3 May 2019. Finalists announced late July [date TBC]. Winners announced 28 August 2019.
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    Expedition Class
    A number of challenges/competitions/involvements for different levels, e.g. Year 9, Year 10, K-6. Check the site for details about each of these.
    A great way for educators to stay in touch is to sign up for regular email updates.
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    Gold Coast Schools Science Competition [Science on the GO]
    ‘Aims to raise the profile of science in our community and encourages students to demonstrate their scientific abilities by entering a project into one of six categories. Registration is open to divisions from Prep to Year 12 [7 in all]’.
    Science on the Go Calendar has a full listing of all events with relevant dates.
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    Google Science Fair
    ‘The largest global online science competition that celebrates the curiosity and investigations of young scientists everywhere !’
    State Award Winners were announced in March 2019. Regional Finalists announced April 2019. Global Finalists announced May 2019.
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    Junior Space Design Competition
    ‘Designed for aspiring young engineers and scientists, who want to learn about the basic of futuristic space settlement design ! Teams of up to 4 develop a marketing brief for the space settlement scenario’. See details in the Challenges section above.
    Entries usually close at the end of June with submissions due in the first part of October. Finalists are announced in the last part of October. Presentation Event held in November at University of Queensland, St. Lucia. Exact dates once these are advised.

  • NATA Young Scientist Award
    ‘Encourages students to look at how science impacts on people’s lives. Every school across Australia is invited to submit a science project in the competition to win cash prizes’. Primary students.
    Submissions close late in September. Award Ceremony by agreement among those involved. Exact dates once these are advised.
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    Paper Plane Challenge
    ‘To qualify for the STANSW Young Scientist Paper Plane State Championship you’ll need to throw over a specific time or distance’. See the site for details.
    Usually held in the last part of August. For Regional NSW students and other Australian students a video of your throw must be uploaded with your entry the day before. Exact dates once these are advised.
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    Robogals
    ‘Robogals is a student run organisation that aims to inspire and empower young women to consider studying engineering and related fields’. A part of this is the Robogals Science Challenge 2019. ‘The Robogals Science Challenge is an online competition for girls aged 5-15. The competition consists of 2 components : the minor challenges and a major challenge. Spanning 4 months, the Science Challenge will give participants a chance to explore different STEM topics’.
    Competition launched 4 March 2019 with the first set of Minor Challenges. the second round of Minor Challenges was released on 25 March. The third set of Minor Challenges will be released on 15 April 2019. Video submission for Major Challenge opens 29 April 2019. Final entry deadline, registration closes2 August 2019. Finalists are announced and awarded for their efforts in October/November 2019. Attendance at a SED, held in April or July, is equivalent to completing 2 Minor Challenges.
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    Science and Engineering Investigation Awards [University of Tasmania]
    ‘Students [Year 5-12] carry out a science investigation and present their findings to science/industry judges. Judging days are held on Cradle Coast, Launceston and Hobart campuses in August-September each year. The Science Investigation Awards include the categories : Physical Sciences, Health , Engineering, Agricultural Science, and Environment’.
    All events are held during September 2019. For specific dates at the three centres see the Key dates page.
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    Science Trivia Challenge
    Griffith University. ‘Held across two age groups, with the teacher’s competition running in conjunction with the senior student’s competition, it’s a fun-fuelled event that gives everyone the chance to celebrate and demonstrate their STEM knowledge !’ Queensland Academies , Health Sciences Campus.
    The STEM Trivia Challenges will be held on 13 August 2019. Registrations will open Term 3, 2019. An information pack will be sent to registered schools before the Event.
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    Science iQ [STAWA]
    Western Australian schools. ‘A series of separate online science competitions. ScienceiQ is for school teams of four students’. Years 5 to 9.
    Dates will be found for all Term Competitions [2 rounds each term] here.
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    SPECTRA
    ASTA. ‘A national science award program for students between Years 1 and 10’. Two sections - Years 1-4 and Years 5-10.
    The program is ongoing with no given deadlines.

  • The Amazing Spaghetti Machine Contest
    ‘Applying science, being creative, and having fun ! There’s also the challenge of getting your machine to achieve its task’. Open to Year 10 students in Victoria.
    Progress reports are due 15 May, 12 June and 17 July 2019. Competition Day occurs 8 August 2019, The University of Melbourne [Parkville Campus].
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    Zayed Future Energy Prize
    ‘The Prize hopes to encourage young people to learn about sustainability and clean energy from an early age. We ask schools to submit proposals for funding consideration to implement sustainability measures in their schools. Open to all high schools with students between 11-19 years old. The application must be supported by the school and its management’.
    Submissions began 30 January and are open till 30 May 2019. Judging begins in late October. Award Ceremony will be held in January 2020.

Biology


  • Updated ! iGEM Competition
    ‘Annual, world wide, synthetic biology event aimed at undergraduate university students, as well as high school and graduate students’.
    Late Team Registrations available 1-30 April 2019. Judging Application opens 5 April 2019. 1 May 2019 is Opening Day for iGEM 2019. Giant Jamboree Registration opens in June and close 31 August 2019. A wide range of additional dates are found on the Calendar page. The Giant Jamboree ends on 4 November 2019.
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    UQ Sunflower Competition
    Students in Years 8-10 and 11-12 in Queensland. ‘The competition is designed to inspire current science students to become the next generation of plant and agricultural scientists and support teachers to deliver their science curriculum in a plant-based context. The competition provides an interactive learning opportunity with school-based experiments and an optional day of workshops and awards’.
    UQ Sunflower Activity Day 21 May 2019. Sunflower Competition registration deadline 28 June 2019. Video submission deadline 5pm, 8 October 2019. Announcement of winners in the week commencing 14 October 2019.

Chemistry

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    Australian National Chemistry Quiz
    ‘Provides a major focus for secondary school students on the relevance of chemistry’. Secondary students.
    Entries open 4 March and close on 7 June 2019. ANCQ 2019 will be held on Tuesday 30 July 2019.
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    RACI Titration Competition
    ‘Designed to encourage those students who enjoy Chemistry, particularly its practical side, to develop their skills and to reward those who attain a high level of proficiency. All secondary schools are invited to compete in their local state-based competition’.
    Dates and Contacts are available from the above site for competing states. Select your own state for dates, venues and contacts.

Physics


  • A Beamline for School Competition 2019
    ‘A Beamline for Schools competition remains open to teams of at least five high-school students aged 16 and up with at least one adult supervisor, or “coach”. Think of a simple, creative experiment and submit your written proposal and short video. Previous winners have investigated the structure of the pyramids, looked for particles that no-one has seen before, or have developed their own particle detector. What would you do ?’
    Registrations opened in July 2018. Submission of proposals and videos must be done by 31 March 2019. Winners will be announced in June 2019. Winners conduct their experiment at DESY [Hamburg, Germany] in September/October 2019 [exact dates defined by their accelerator schedule].
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    IYPT Australia
    ‘The nature of the tournament promotes scientific research and problem solving stretching the participants to work on very complex problems. The official qualifying tournament for IYPT2019 was the IYPT Australia Challenge held on 3 and 4 December 2018’. Secondary students.
    The Schedule page will provide dates for the next Australia Challenge once these are finalised. Registration usually opens in August.

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Social Science

Economics & Business Studies

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    Australian Economics and Business Studies Competitions
    ‘Both competitions will comprise of 40 multiple-choice questions. Students will be competing in two divisions : Junior Division - Year 11 and below or Senior Division - Year 12 and equivalent’. UNSW.
    Currently undergoing structural changes in 2019 and will not be running the competitions this year. Please look out for further announcements in the year for updates regarding next year’s competitions.

  • BlueShift Business Case Competition
    ‘Open to all high schools in Australia. Teams must consist of four students in total and can include any combination of students from Year 11 and 12. Each team will be emailed a real-world written case study, and will have four weeks to submit a solution in a written report’.
    Registrations opened in October 2018. Early Bird registrations closed 3 March 2019. Case released the following day. Written submissions due and registrations close on 29 April 2019. Finalists are announced on 7 May and the Champions Round is held 18 May 2019..
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    Plan Your Own Enterprise Competition
    ‘The competition is open to all full-time secondary school students enrolled in a registered secondary school in Australia at the time of submission of their entry. Individual finalists from each state/territory will be required to personally present their plan to a panel of judges in Sydney’. See brochure for further details.
    The association is still working on details for the 2019 competition. Watch here for details once they are finalised.
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    Updated ! Suncorp ESSI Money Challenge
    ‘We’re turning the normal ESSI Money game that is played all year round into a national competition for two weeks ! Students compete in one of two age brackets : 12-15 or 16-18. The 3 highest scores in each age category will be the winners’. All other details including registration process and form available from the site. Download the App from the above site.
    Activity only runs for two weeks, usually in Term 3, each year. ESSI Money and ESSI Money PLUS are alternate activities. You can find information on them here.
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    Youth Citizen Entrepreneurship Competition
    ‘For young people aged between 15-35 years. The Youth Citizen Entrepreneurship Competition is a global program and an online platform, which supports the implementation of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals [SDGs]’.
    Entries opened 18 March with a deadline for entries of 31 July 2019. Voting and commenting begins 15 May 2019. Deadlines for votes and comments 31 August 2019. 10 finalists and People’s Choice Winners announced 5 September 2019. Deadline for receipt of finalist’s videos 15 September 2019. Judges select winners by 5 October and winners announced on 19 October 2019.

Geography


  • Asiawise Project
    ‘A flexible teaching program that provides a resource for teachers to use at three levels. You can use only the Asia Wise Challenge or all three sections. Separate programs for lower [Aust. years 7 & 8 - NZ 8 & 9] and upper [Aus years 9 & 10 - NZ 10 & 11]’.
    Asia Wise can be used at any time from March to December. You need to register two weeks before you wish to use the program. Register online or by email.
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    Australian Geography Competition
    ‘Challenges secondary school students to demonstrate their geographical knowledge and skills. Rewards student excellence with great prizes, including selection for Australia’s international geography teams’.
    Competition dates are 27 March to 10 April. Answer Sheets to be forwarded by 24 April. Winners notified by late May and results returned by late June. International Geography Olympiad 30 July to 5 August 2019. Geography’s Big Week Out 15 to 20 December 2019.
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    Barbara Petchenik Children’s World Map Drawing Competition
    ‘The aims of the competition are to promote children’s creative representation of the world, to enhance their c artographic awareness and to make them more conscious of their environment. This year’s them is We love maps. The awards are given every two years’.
    Entries have now closed. Selected entries forwarded to reach the International group by 1 May 2019.
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    International Geography Bee
    ‘The International Geography Bee is a worldwide geography quiz competition for primary and secondary school students. Please select a region or the World Championships from the menu bar to learn more’. The New ! Australia & New Zealand information is found here.
    3 Preliminary Rounds and one or two rounds of playoffs for the top students from the preliminaries. See International History Bee and Bowl bowl for dates as both are held at the same times.
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    MapIT
    ‘Students will learn how to use the latest spatial technology to create maps. Maps will focus on improving livability or solving local environmental problems’.
    All details are available through either the YouTube presentations or the Instruction sheets [both Primary and Secondary].

  • The International Geography Olympiad [iGeo]
    ‘A competition for the best 16 to 19 year old Geography students from all over the world. Four students represent each country in a series of Geography tests in [generally] a four-five day program’.
    Linked to the above competition. 2019 Competition will run from 30 July to 5 August, 2019 and will be held in Hong Kong.
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    Urban Futures Competition [RMIT University]
    ‘Provide a photo or image to communicate an identified urban problem and explain your ideas for a solution in 200-300 words. The competition is open to Year 10, 11 and 12 Victorian secondary school students only’.
    Entries open in the first half of July and close in the first half of September. Short-listed entries will be notified the day after closure of entries. Award Ceremony in the second half of September. Exact dates once these are advised.
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    Where I Live Competition
    ABC Splash. ‘Create a 60-second video about where you live, describing what makes it special. You can talk about your street, neighbourhood, hometown or school; you can focus on one thing, such as a plant or animal species; or you can talk about a historical fact or geographical landmark. They’re looking for great examples of local geography or history, and how you use your English and media literacy skills’. To submit entries you need to go to the linked ABC site.
    Competition normally ends in late November. Exact dates once these are advised.

History


  • ACT Chief Minister’s Anzac Spirit Prize
    ‘Creative responses may include a poem or short story piece, video/digital presentation, musical composition, photographic display, sculpture, craft or artwork. Along with the creative response, students are also required to include a rationale of no more than 500 words and a bibliography. All ACT students in years 9 or 10 are invited to enter’.
    Competition has now been completed for 2018.
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    Updated ! Anzac Day Schools’ Award
    ‘Open to all Australian primary and secondary schools. Schools can enter as an individual class or the whole school, with a limit of one entry per school’.
    Entries for 2019 are now open. Submission closes on 24 May 2019.

  • Anzac Spirit Study Tour
    Northern Territory. ‘The tour will support students to explore the history of Anzac Day and Australia’s involvement in various conflicts and peacekeeping missions. It will provide an opportunity for three year 9 or 10 students, accompanied by two chaperones, to visit battlefields of significance to Australia and the Anzacs’.
    Entries submitted at school level by late July. Short-listed entries to be forwarded by schools by late August. Successful applicants announced in November. Winners to travel in the following year. Exact dates once these are advised.

  • Australian History Competition
    ‘In 2019 the competition will be offered to years 7, 8, 9 and 10. The Year 9 and 10 paper will be broadly based on the Australian Curriculum : History for Years 9 and 10. The Year 7 and 8 paper will be broadly based on the Australian Curriculum : History for Years 7 and 8. Each competition will present 50 multiple choice questions’.
    Entries closed 31 March 2019. The next competition date is 5 June 2019.
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    HTAV Historical Fiction Competition
    ‘Inspire your Year 5-10 students to create stories based on historical events and people’. Three levels - Years 5 and 6, Years 7 and 8 and Years 9 and 10.
    Remember from 2018, the competition will be open only to Victorian students or students from schools that are institutional members of the History Teachers’ Association of Victoria.
    Entries close 5pm on 2 August 2019.
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    International History Bee & Bowl [Australia–New Zealand Division]
    ‘Two history quiz competitions which are held around the world. The Bee is for individual students; the Bowl is for teams. This website has all the details on our tournaments for students in Australia. This tournament is open to all students and teams as long as they have not yet played our current Australian set of questions – it does not require prior qualification’.
    Please sign up at least a week before the tournament. Tournaments in Melbourne and Adelaide [plus any new ones in 2019] are usually held in June. Registration for our 2019 tournaments is not opened yet. Exact dates once these are advised.
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    National History Challenge
    ‘The National History Challenge [NHC] is an exciting contest that encourages students to use research and inquiry-based learning to discover more about the past. Students are the historians. They can investigate their community, explore their own and their family’s past and consider ideas throughout history. Entrants may be students from Primary years to Year 12, 19 years of age or younger in Australian schools’. The theme for 2019 is People and Power.
    Monitor for when entry is open. Competition closes 30 August 2019. State Presentation dates found on Key Dates page. Winners notified mid-October. National Presentation Date is 2 December 2019.
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    Peace in the Pacific Study Tour
    Northern Territory. ‘The study tour will visit important military sites in Hawaii to get an understanding of the mutual experience and sacrifice of the people in the NT and Hawaii from their involvement in the bombing of Darwin and Pearl Harbour, and the ongoing importance of peacekeeping missions today. Three year 10 or 11 students from NT schools will travel to Hawaii’.
    If shortlisted by your principal, ensure your school forwards your application by post, email or in person by early August. Exact date once this is advised.

  • Premier’s Spirit of ANZAC Prize
    ‘The Prize is open to students in Years 9 and 10 currently enrolled in all Victorian Government, Catholic and Independent Schools. An annual competition held overseas study tour of sites where Australians have served in war, centred on Gallipoli or the Western Front’. Also see this site, and also this site which has extensive detail.
    Entries for the 2020 Prize are now open. Competition closing date 5 pm, 8 October 2019. Student Group Interview Day 26 November 2019. Premier’s announcement ceremony for recipients early February 2020.

  • Remembrance Day Poster Competition
    ‘Victorian Primary Schools are invited to show off their creative skills and submit their design for the annual Shrine’s Remembrance Day poster’.
    Subscribe to the Shrine Education Enews to be notified of relevant details
    Entries usually close in early October. Finalists must be available to attend the Poster Competition presentation to be held on Remembrance Day 11 November. Exact date once this is advised .

  • The Frank MacDonald Memorial Prize
    ‘Open to all students currently in Year 9 in government and non-government schools in Tasmania, as well as home-schooled students at the same year levels. The winners will travel to Turkey, Belgium and France for approximately 12 nights [incorporating Anzac Day]’. Information also available from this site.
    All other sections of the Competition have now been completed. Travel in April/May 2019.
    Next competition has a closing date of late August. Students notified in September and official presentations made on October. Exact dates once these are advised
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    The Premier’s Anzac Prize [Qld]
    ‘Gives 8 Queensland high school students a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience the Anzac tradition first-hand. Open to all eligible Year 8-12 Queensland high school students’.
    A tour for the Prize which began in 2018 will take place in 2019.
    The next Anzac Prize will open April with an application closing date in early October. Chaperone expressions of interest close in early September. Exact dates once these are advised
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  • Premier’s ANZAC Spirit School Prize [SA]
    ‘Provides the opportunity or eight students and two teachers to win a fully-funded two-week study tour of Europe’s World War I battlegrounds. Open to all Year 9 and 10 students in South Australia’.
    Entries close 17 May 2019. Winners will participate in the State Government’s fully funded study tour to Vietnam during the October school holidays in 2019.

  • The Simpson Prize
    ‘A national competition for Year 9 and 10 students’. Details are on the site. The Australian War Memorial Simpson Prize site is also worth visiting.
    The Winners of the Simpson Prize begun in 2018 will travel in 2019. Entries for the next Simpson Prize will need to be submitted by early November 2019, with travel the following year. Exact dates once these are advised.

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Technology


  • Updated ! Aurecon - Bridge Building Competition
    Open to students in Years 8 and 9 [in Australia]. Separate information on the site for a number of areas around Australia and New Zealand. You can now also choose an optional Digital Design component.
    Registrations close on 20 May 2019. The kits will be sent out in June, with all schools receiving their kits by the end of June. Entries to the optional Digital Award close 5 August 2019. Judging days take place in September. Information for different locations is found on New ! this page and includes date and venue for each.
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    Australian Informatics Olympiad
    ‘A national computer programming competition held annually in early September. Students write short computer programs to solve three problems that vary in difficulty. There are two papers : Intermediate for students up to Year 10, and Senior for students up to Year 12’.
    The Olympiad will be held on 22 August 2019. Students who submit a solution to at least one problem will receive a certificate.
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    Australian STEM Video Game Challenge
    ‘Facilitating engagement with Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, students learn vital skills for the future through designing, building and testing an original video game. A full copy of the Challenge rules and submission guidelines are included in the Mentor’s Handbook’.
    Game submission opens 24 July and closes 7 August 2019. Winners announced 7 October 2019.
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    Updated ! Bebras Australia Computational Thinking Challenge
    ‘An international initiative whose goal is to promote computational thinking for teachers and students ages 8-17 / school years 3-12]. Bebras is aligned with and supports curricula across Australia. Bebras Australia is run by NICTA under the Digital Careers program. In addition to the Bebras Australia Computational Thinking Challenge, In addition to the Bebras Australia Computational Thinking Challenge, New ! Bebras 365 is available as a free resource throughout the year’.
    The challenge is open twice a year for 2 weeks in the second half of March [now completed] and 26 August to 6 September 2019.
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    Chevron Focus Environment Competition
    ‘The Chevron Focus Environment competition is suitable for primary and secondary students, and links to the WA Curriculum & Science, Media Arts, English and HASS’. Note the specific competition rules about content and submission process.
    Competition normally closes in late September and a selection of winning entries are printed in The West Australian in November. Exact dates once these are advised.
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    Computational and Algorithmic Thinking [CAT]
    Formerly the Australian Informatics Competition [AIC]. ‘A one-hour problem-solving competition which seeks to identify computer programming potential. There are four papers : Upper Primary, Years 5-6; Junior, Years 7-8; Intermediate, Years 9-10; Senior, Years 11-12’. Detail also included in the Mathematics section above.
    The next Competition will be held on 2 April, 2019.
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    EngQuest
    ‘An initiative of Engineers Australia, delivered free of charge to Australian schools. Lower primary, primary and middle years students work, applying their problem-solving skills to designing, constructing and unravelling exciting engineering projects’.
    Engineers Australia is currently considering options for reviewing and refreshing the EngQuest program to ensure we offer the most up to date and engaging content across a range of digital delivery channels. The EngQuest website and program materials will be offline until this review is complete. We expect this review to be underway through until late 2019.
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    F1 in Schools [REA Foundation]
    ‘The world’s largest secondary school technology program. Involves over nine million students from 17 000 schools in 31 nations’. World finals held in September.
    The 2019 event has now been completed. All relevant dates are found via the Events Calendar page.
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    FIRST Robotics Competition
    ‘An FRC team consists of high school students typically aged 14-18. These students have to work together to design, build, program and drive robots’.
    Southern Cross Regional and South Pacific Regional Events now completed for 2019. Duel Down Under to be held in July 2019. Exact date once this is advised.

  • Updated ! Future Leaders Photography Prize
    ‘Year 12 students are invited to submit digital photographic work [one photograph for each student]. The work submitted can be on any theme. Submissions must include Student’s Name, School and Year Level’.
    Submissions to be forwarded electronically by 31 May 2019. The finest submissions will be featured on the Future Leaders Photography Gallery [www.futureleaders.com.au]. Exact date once this is advised.
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    Google Code-in
    ‘For pre-university students [e.g., high school and secondary school students ages 13-17] with the goal of encouraging young people to participate in open source development’.
    2019-20 Google Code-in announced at the end of August 2019. Contest opens for entry by students late in October and closes in mid-December. Winners and Finalists announced early January 2020. Exact dates once these are advised.
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    Grok Code Quest
    ‘A friendly five-week competition where thousands of school students come together to learn to code. Teachers can sign up their students, and students competing individually at home are also welcome. Programming challenges are released at the beginning of each week, along with interactive notes that teach you everything you need to complete them’. Multiple streams available.
    Competition runs from the end of October to the beginning of December. Challenges released at the beginning of each week. Exact dates once these are advised.

  • Updated ! Imagine Cup
    ‘The world’s premier student technology competition’. Multiple options. Students must be at least 16 years of age and satisfy a number of other requirements. Individual and team competitions.
    You need to be able to sign in to a Microsoft account to access the site.
    2019 Asia Final has now been completed. New Competition begins in late July. Regional Finals held between February and May of the following year with the World Championship in May of that year. Official Rules and Regulations are found on the Imagine Cup Competition Resources page.

  • Jaguar Primary School Challenge
    ‘Getting involved is easy. Jaguar Primary School Challenge engages primary students as young as 5 years old in building and racing a paper based F1® car. The program has been designed as a subset of the High School F1 in Schools™ STEM Challenge and is aimed at students in years K-7’.
    The challenge is available to run at any time throughout the year but you need to register to take part.
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    OzCLO - Australian Computational and Linguistics Olympiad
    ‘Designed for high school students from Year 9 to Year 12. It challenges them to develop their own strategies for solving problems in fascinating real languages’.
    Competition has now been completed for 2019. International Linguistics Olympiad to be held on 29 July-2 August 2019 in Yongin, Korea.
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    Updated ! Premier’s Coding Challenge #cybersafeqld
    ‘An annual statewide initiative for all Queensland students in Year 3 to Year 10. Students can enter as individuals or in pairs. You must code an interactive and innovative digital solution to raise awareness of cybersafety, and help Queenslanders by providing tips to improve their cybersafety’.
    To enter, students upload their prototype and a presentation highlighting how their entry can be used by midnight 2 September 2019.
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    RoboCupJunior Australia
    ‘A project-oriented educational initiative. Teams work in a co-operative and supportive environment in three distinct challenges : Dance, Rescue and Soccer. Primary and secondary students’.
    Last day to register is 1 October 2019. Event will be held 11-13 October 2019. Event will be held in Melbourne. Details about state activities are found through the menu at the top left.
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    Science and Engineering Investigation Awards - University of Tasmania
    ‘A state-wide competition for Year 5 to 12 students who investigate a topic of their choice. Students then present their findings to judges from research and industry. The judging is followed by a public presentation’. Operates in North-West Tasmania, Northern Tasmania and Southern Tasmania.
    Dates are : North West Tasmania - Judging Days 3 and 4 September; Project displays and Presentation 5 September; Northern Tasmania - Judging Day 5 September; Project displays and Presentation 10 September; Southern Tasmania - Judging Day 12 September; Project displays and Presentation 18 September 2019.
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    Search for the Next Tech Girl Superhero
    ‘Teams consist of up to 5 young women in primary or secondary school [ages 10-18, although younger students with the maturity necessary to complete the program are encouraged to participate]’.
    Last date to register is 20 April 2019. Start with Module 1 on 29 April; start Module 2 on 20 May, Module 3 on 10 June and Module 4 on 1 July. Submission deadline is 26 July 2019. Judging done in August with Showcase events around Australia in September. You can sign up to the Technovation World Challenge in October.
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    Updated ! So You Think You Can Design - Textiles 2019
    ‘The 2019 So You Think You Can Design - Textiles challenge is now live ! And if you want to engage your students in the world of wearable technologies, then don’t miss it’. Download further information at New ! this link.
    Select the work of the two best student sand submit their work to DATTA Vic by 12 April 2019 [Scanned versions are sufficient]. Finalists will be invited to compete in a live, hands on design marathon, to be held at the Emerging Technologies conference on 10 May 2019.
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    Technovation
    The Global Technology Entrepreneurship Program for Girls. ‘To be eligible to participate in Technovation as a student, you must be between the ages of 10 to 18 as of August 1, 2018 and identify as female. To be fully registered, you must form or join a team. Teams can range in size from 1-5 girls. Your team’s division – Junior or Senior – depends on the age of all team members’.
    Entries are now closed Submission Deadline is 23 April 2019. World Pitch is in August 2019. Sign up for our newsletter to receive registration information and season updates.
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    Textile Art Piece [TAP] Challenge
    ‘The art piece being submitted may be a hanging art quilt, an ornament, a pocket, a pouch of any shape [based on the theme]. A minimum of two [2] entries per school’. NSW students only.
    Entries to be received by late September 2019. Other details from the site. Exact dates once these are advised.

  • The Mars Rover Challenge
    ‘The goal of the main challenge is to program a robot to navigate the Martian terrain. This can be done by writing a program or group of programs to make the rover autonomous and collect data. To encourage good coding practices, students will be given a higher score for well documented and formulated code’. All other details and registration form from the site.
    The Challenge is held over two days late in October. Exact dates once these are advised.
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    The Victorian Schools Games and App Challenge [Coding Challenge]
    ‘Open to students in Victorian primary and secondary schools, although the challenge is best suited to primary school children in Year 2 and above. Offers students the chance to learn how to code - or to build on their existing coding skills’.
    Schools work on creating their games/apps during Term 3. Submissions need to be made early in October. The Challenge will culminate at the Education in Games Summit in late October 2019. Exact dates once these are advised.

  • Top Coder Competition [ANSTO]
    ‘We invite schools to enter two students from Year 5 and Year 6 in the Top Coder Competition. Students will work collaboratively in a fun and enthusiastic atmosphere with coding and robotics coaches’. Includes both Robotics and Scratch Coding competitions. Held in Sydney for NSW schools.
    Program will run from 1-30 August 2019. Applications close one week before Competition start. Further details available in 2019. Other dates once these are advised.
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    Web.Comp 2019
    ‘A web competition for high school students. Web.Comp 2019 will run for 5 weeks, starting from February. Each week, we’ll release interactive notes with the information you’ll need to complete the week’s web design challenges. The last week will be a web design tournament where you can submit your own design and vote on everyone else’s ! Students can sign up now via the above site’.
    Current Competition has started and will run for 5 weeks from 4 March 2019.
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    Wool4School Student Design Competition
    ‘Open to students in Years 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11. Wool4School sets the challenge to design an original outfit made from one of the world’s most innovative and natural fibres - Australian Merino wool’.
    Entry/submissions opened 3 December 2018 and will close 30 May 2019. Submissions must be made by 25 July 2019. Winners announced 22 August 2019.
  • Apprenticeship or Traineeship; Undertaking or completed studies towards a qualification at an RTO/TAFE or University
    WorldSkills Australia
    ‘Australia’s Largest Trade and Skill Competition ! Competitions [are] held on a regional, national and international level. All three levels of competition run biennially’.
    WorldSkills Australia operates in 36 regions across Australia. To find out about Regional Competitions happening near you contact your closest Regional Coordinator. Register here. The next Regional and International events will be held in 2019. The next National events will be held in 2020.
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    Young ICT Explorers
    ‘The competition’s alignment with the school curriculum enables students to apply what they learn in their ICT/Digital Technologies classroom to develop a technology related project of their choice’.
    Registration deadline is 16 June 2019. Project Report Submission is at the end of Term 2. Judging follows. Other dates available once you have logged in.
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    Zero Robotics
    ‘Zero Robotics is a free international robotics programming competition which challenges participants to test their coding skills on NASA robots known as SPHERES [Synchronised, Position, Hold, Engage, Reorient Experimental Satellites] aboard the International Space Station. Teams from high schools around the world program the SPHERES to solve challenge’. Led in Australia by the University of Sydney’s Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies. Further information can be found at New ! Zero Robotics, based at MIT in the United States.
    Applications for the coming year’s competition will open in the first part of 2019.

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    Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year
    Junior section where ‘ the entrant must be under 18 years of age at the date of close of entries. Entries must fit the criteria of any of the other nine categories’. Categories available on the site.
    Announcement of the winners on 15 August 2019 followed by publication in the Sept-Oct 2019 edition of Australian Geographic.
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    Updated ! Design an Ad Competition
    ‘Make sure you’re on our mailing list to be notified when the next Design an Ad Contest launches’. Western Australian students.
    This competition closes on 5 July 2019.

Film [Media]

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    ATOM Awards
    Find all 2018 information for Primary and Secondary students by selecting the “Entering” section of the menu. Includes film, animation and other media areas.
    close of entries : Midday AEST, Friday 7 June 2019. All productions entered into the 2019 Awards must have been completed between 1 June 2016 and 7 June 2019. National Screenings Tour dates and venues to be announced soon.
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    Boston International Kids Film Festival
    ‘Our goal in showing films from around the world, all made either FOR or BY kids, is to show teens and tweens that making a film can be a powerful way to tell a story, express your emotions, state a point of view and [more importantly] to have fun!’ Multiple sections and themes. Also check New ! this page for additional details, USA Based.
    Initial deadline 14 June 2019. Late deadline 19 July 2019. Extended deadline 23 August 2019. Notification Date 20 September 2019. Event Date 15-17 November 2019.
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    CinéfestOZ Short Film Competition
    ‘Encourages South West [WA] students to explore the medium of film and use multi-media formats for production, awareness, marketing and audience reach. Participants need to be 13-18 years old and attending secondary school. This years Cinesnaps theme is The Watch’.
    Competition closes on 28 June 2019. Finalists will be announced around 21 July 2019. Finalists are shown on 29 August during CinefestOZ Festival Week [28 August – 1 September 2019].
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    FlickerUp
    ‘National competition for primary and secondary school students or film-makers under 18 years old’. Part of Flickerfest.
    Flickerfest winners were screened at Bondi Beach in January 2019. Entries for the next competition will open in July and close in late October with screening in January 2020. Exact dates once these are advised.
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    Heart of Gold
    International Short Film Festival. ‘Entry is open any student who was enrolled in Year 6-12 [Year 13 in some states] anytime between 9 Oct 2018 and 6 August 2019. Entry is free’. Select Young Filmmakers Competition link on the home page for all details and forms.
    Documents must be completed and handed to supervising teacher by 30 August 2019. Entries must be uploaded by 5 September 2019. Winning entries will be screened at the festival held in Gympie on 3-6 October 2019.
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    Little Big Shots
    ‘The festival still stands as Australia’s premiere kids’ film festival event - a niche Australian event, that tours capital cities from June every year, following the LBS Festival at ACMI over the Queen’s Birthday long weekend’.
    Dates for the 2019 festival are 24 May to 10 June. Little Big Shots will be part of CHIFF [Children’s International Film Festival] in 2019.

  • Primary School Short Film Competition
    Cultural Diversity Week. ‘The Primary School Short Film Competition called on our state’s youngest filmmakers to produce a short film that explores what multiculturalism looks like’.
    The winning films are announced and screened at a presentation ceremony during Victoria’s Multicultural Festival at Federation Square 16-24 March 2019. Other details from the site.
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    SmartFone Flick Fest
    ‘SmartFone Flick Fest is Australia’s international smartphone film festival for filmmakers of all ages. We are a world-wide festival open to anyone with a smartphone or tablet and a great idea for a short film’. Entry fee applies. SF3 Kids Pick Flick is for students under 16 years of age.
    Finalist films will be selected to screen in the SF3 Gala Awards Final Night, at the beginning of October. Other dates once these are advised .
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    Screen It
    ACMI. An ‘epic moving image competition for Primary and Secondary school students. Screen It is designed to educate, encourage and foster the next generation of young moving image makers. The Screen It theme for 2019 is ... LISTEN!!!’.
    Entries open in early July. Entries close Wednesday 25 September 2019. Other dates once these are advised.
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    StuffIT
    ‘If you are currently enrolled in Year 7-12 at any Australian or New Zealand Secondary School you are qualified to enter. As long as your entry is postmarked by the due date, your entry will be accepted with no problems’. Check the Entries link for further information.
    Earlybird Entry Due Date is 24 May 2019. Entry Due Date is 12 July 2019. Shortlisted films announced in August. Festival and Awards Presentation October 2019.
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    The 1-Minute Film Competition
    ‘Each film must be based on the year’s theme. You can create a piece of fiction, a documentary, a community-service announcement or a music clip [be sure to adhere to copyright rules !]. Your film can be animated or live-action. It might be funny or serious’.
    Close of entries : Midday AEST, Friday 2 August. Six finalists in each of the 4 groups announced 3 October 2019. Winners announced and prizes presented at the 2019 SAE ATOM Awards Student Awards Presentation – 13 November 2019.
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    The Real Film Festival
    ‘The RFF’s most popular short film competition invites filmmakers of all levels to find inspiration and tell your story through film. Each short film must take inspiration from one of the categories nominated for the year’.
    Closing date for non-competition entries is late in August. Closing date for competition entries is late September. [Late entries, for competition only, will be accepted until mid-October with an extra fee]. Exact dates once these are advised.
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    HIDDEN Rookwood Students
    ‘A new component as a part of HIDDEN Rookwood Sculptures 2019. We invite students from secondary and tertiary institutions or youth groups, either as individuals or as a group. We are interested in works that respond to the themes of history, culture, remembrance, love, cycles of life and the passage of time. We are open to a wide range of artistic approaches, materials and forms. For more information, please email the curator or contact the office on  02 8575 8100’.
    Entries close 11 April 2019. Successful Notification 30 April 2019. Installation of sculptures 19-20 August 2019. Opening Event is 7 September, with Exhibition dates from 7 September to 7 October 2019.
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    QIEU Excellence in Art Design Awards
    ‘The Art Design Awards are open to preschool, primary and secondary school students and teachers in independent schools throughout Queensland. Poster and Entry Form available’ from the site.
    Entries close 26 July 2019. Exhibition and Awards Presentation 4 September, 2019.
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    Moran Contemporary Photographic Prizes
    Open to students in Primary schools and Years 7-8, 9-10 and 11-12 in secondary schools. It ‘invites photographers to interpret “Contemporary Life in Australia” with an emphasis on Australians going about their day-to-day life’.
    Finalists Announced 3 April 2019. Exhibition Opens at Juniper Hall 4 May 2019. Winners Announced 7 May 2019.
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    Schools Photographic Competition
    Friends of the Australian National Botanic Gardens. ‘Open to students of high schools and colleges in Canberra and Queanbeyan. Entries must be submitted through the student’s school or college. All photographs must be taken in the Australian National Botanic Gardens’.
    Entries close at the beginning of October. Entries then exhibited until the second half of November. Prizes are presented at the beginning of November 2019. Exact dates once these are advised.
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    Screenshot Competition
    ‘Offers students an opportunity to develop their photographic skills and gain recognition for their efforts’. Three school levels for entry. Art Gallery of NSW.
    Entries are now open and close at the end of July 2019. Only winners and highly commended entrants will be contacted by the Gallery. These are announced in September 2019. Exact dates once these are advised.

Art

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    Angelico Exhibition
    Art competitions and exhibitions for primary and secondary students in Catholic schools in Western Australia. Registration forms on the site.
    Primary Artworks to be delivered in the second half of July. Primary Exhibition 5- 16 August 2019. Secondary Artworks to be delivered by early August. Secondary Exhibition 19-30 August 2019. Opening Night Presentation 20 August 2019. Further details will be emailed to schools in Term 2.
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    International Student Art Contest – Science without Borders® Challenge
    ‘This international art competition is open to all students 11-19 years old. Students must be enrolled in primary or secondary school, or the home school equivalent. The theme for the 2019 Challenge is Connected Ocean : No Barriers, No Boundaries, and No Borders’.
    Deadline for entry is 22 April, 2019. All winners will be notified by email.
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    OzKids Art Competition
    There are five categories available for you to choose from. These include Drawing, Painting, Indigenous, Photography and Computer Art. Entry form available from the site. You can also review a wide range of previous entries in all categories.
    Entries for the new competition will close on 4 October, 2019.
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    Shaun Tan Award for Young Artists
    ‘This visual art award is open to Western Australian school students and encourages imagination, innovation and creativity’. Multiple levels for different age/grade groups.
    Entries for the Shaun Tan Awards open 29 April and close 20 May 2019. Finalists are exhibited during early to mid-August. Exact dates once these are advised.
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    The Black Swan Prize
    ‘Students in Years 7-12 are invited to paint a portrait of a well known Australian; an Australian they respect/admire; or undertake a self portrait’.
    Entries open in early April and close in late July. Finalists are selected in late August. Exhibition from late October to late November. Winners announced mid-November. Exact dates once these are advised.
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    Young Archie Competition
    Art Gallery NSW. ‘The Young Archie competition invites budding artists between the ages of 5 and 18 to submit a portrait. There are four age categories : 5-8 year olds, 9-12 year olds, 13-15 year olds and 16-18 year olds’.
    Finalists announced 2 May 2019. Exhibition at the Art Gallery of NSW from 11 May to 8 September 2019. Winners announced at a date to be confirmed..

Music

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    ACMF National Songwriting Competition
    ‘An annual National Songwriting Competition for every Primary and Secondary School, both public and private, in Australia’.
    Entries open in mid-July. Entries close in late October 2019. Winners announced on the website. Winner automatically agrees to perform their winning song at the request of ACMF for a 12 month period from mid-November. Exact dates once these are advised.
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    Artology - Fanfare Competition
    ‘The competition is open to young people aged 12-21 years. To enter write a 30 second composition and submit a score and recording online’.
    Submissions reopened in January 2019. Submission Deadline is 3 June 2019. Eight Selected Participants announced on 21 June 2019. Workshops on 27 July and 24 August 2019. Other details still to be finalised.

  • Australian Singing Competition
    ‘Australia’s richest and most prestigious competition for young opera and classical singers’. Suited to senior secondary and tertiary students. People must be under 26 years of age. Find all details and dates on the How to enter page.
    Entries have now closed for 2019. Heats at selected venues 7-15 May 2019. Semi-finals 8-11 August 2019. Finals 6-8 September 2019.
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    Get Songwriting
    University of Southern Queensland. ‘Entry into the Competition is free and open to an ‘Eligible Entrant’ [Entrant or You] who is an Australian Secondary School Student currently in Years 10-12 who is the sole author of the Song [written lyrics] submitted’. Other details available from the Terms and Conditions link n the How to Enter section of the home page.
    Entries opened in February and close 27 May 2019. Ten entrants will be shortlisted and invited to attend a day-long music workshop in the 2019 June/July Queensland school holidays. The winners will be officially announced at this event.
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    Updated ! Music : Count Us In
    National Songwriting Competition. ‘For all schools - primary and secondary, State and independent, metropolitan, regional and remote. Registration is free’.
    Submissions are now closed for 2019. Celebration Day is held on 7 November 2019. Other dates if these are advised.
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    Score IT!
    ‘A state-wide film-scoring competition open to all secondary school students in Queensland. The competition challenges young composers to create an original composition to accompany a short film produced by the Griffith Film School. Based on year level, students compete in either Score IT! Junior or Senior by composing and recording a soundtrack using instruments of their choice’.
    Entries close 24 May 2019. Winners take part in the Awards Ceremony 25 July 2019 as part of the 2019 Queensland Music Festival.
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    Unearthed High Competition
    ‘We’re looking for the BEST act in high school’. At least 50% of the group/act must be in high school. Details on site. The Unearthed High Indigenous Initiative runs in conjunction with the Unearthed High program.
    Entries open in mid-June and close at the end of July. Finalists, then the winners, will be announced during the first half of August. Exact dates once these are advised.

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