The National School Photography Awards for 2016 launches

Following the success of last year’s competition, FSE Design in partnership with Jessops and Manfrotto, have re-launched The National School Photography Awards for 2016!

The competition was launched for the first time last year and received an incredible response, with schools throughout the UK taking part.

The National School Photography Awards is encouraging young photography enthusiasts to embrace their talent, and every year group from Primary to Sixth Form is invited to enter their photographs, portraying their interpretation of the relevant category theme.

FSE Design, Jessops and Manfrotto are providing some fantastic prizes including professional cameras, accessories, work experience with an award winning photographer and photo boards for the winning schools. Judging will begin when entries close on 31st March 2016. The impressive judging panel is made up by Ian Savage – Head of Training & Development at Jessops, Tony Hardacre – Photographer for The Times Education Supplement, John Robertson – Photographer for The Guardian, and Daniel Baxby – Vice Principal at Wrenn Academy. The winners will be announced in May 2016.

Full information and entry forms are available at http://www.fsedesign.co.uk/nspa/

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