Tell schools in your constituency about Lights, Camera, Parliament!, a competition for budding young filmmakers run by Parliament’s Education Service.
Young people aged 11-16 are invited to submit a short film about what law they would make. Past competition entries have proposed laws from banning size zero models, to tackling bullying and raising the age of army entry to 21.
Finalists are invited to present their films to a panel of judges and will be awarded prizes at a prestigious awards day in Parliament. The final date for entries is 26 March, so there is plenty of time for your schools to get involved.
Download all you need to promote this opportunity to your schools from the ‘Lights, Camera, Action!’ intranet page.
Find out more about the competition at www.parliament.uk/lightscameraparliament or contact the Education Service on x4496.