Comic Strip Competition

The ISA Comic Strip Competition encourages pupils to create their own storyboard or cartoon as a means of exploring a topical subject.

This year, pupils are invited to create comic strips on the following themes (see the guidelines linked below for further specifics):

– Key Stages 1 and 2: Zero Waste
– Key Stage 3: Healthy Eating (focused on sugar)
– Key Stages 4 and 5: Fair Trade

Opening date for entries: Tuesday 14 September 2021
Deadline to enter: Thursday 16 December 2021

ISA Comic Strip Competition 2021 – Rules and Guidelines
ISA Comic Strip Templates

Entry Form - Comic Strip Competition

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ISA Comic Strip Competition 2020 – Results

Pupils worked on the following topics: Global Warming, Healthy Eating, and Equality.

Congratulations to the winners, who came from: Claires Court, The Grange School, The Gregg Preparatory School, Kensington Park School, Adcote School for Girls, Shoreham College, Lycée International de Londres Winston Churchill, Ipswich High School and Instituto Espanol Canada Blanch.

Well done to everyone who took part. The entries we received were all creative and engaging, reflecting a lot of passion and talent. A gallery of the winning entries can be viewed on the slides below:

Comic Strip Competition 2020 – Results

ISA Comic Strip Competition 2020 - Results

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If you have any queries about our competitions, please contact us at ISAarts@isaschools.org.uk.

Only schools whose Head is a member of the ISA are eligible to enter these competitions. Please contact our membership department if you wish to make an enquiry about joining the ISA.