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 competition is open to key stages 1-5, and there are different themes for each age group.

Comic Strip Competition 2022

This year, pupils were invited to create comic strips on the following themes:

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

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This competition is now closed. 

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The comic strips were judged by illustrator Daniela Sosa. Daniela has illustrated several children's books including Me and McGee by Myron Uhlberg and Anabelle Sami's Agent Zaiba Investigates series. She was very impressed with all the shortlisted entries and said "Please send my congratulations and encouragement to the winners and all the participants, they did a great job!"

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ISA Comic Strip Competition 2021 - Results

Congratulations to the winners, who came from: Coopersale Hall School, Rosemead Preparatory School, Bedford Greenacre Independent School, Gads Hill School, Jameah Girls Academy and Lycée International de Londres Winston Churchill.

A gallery of the winning entries can be viewed on the slides below:

Comic Strip Competition 2021 - Results

 


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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.