CIOB Online Challenge (National)
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14 Sep - 15 Feb 2019

Online

https://www.mykindafuture.com/ciob/hub/dashboard

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For a chance to be invited to the Houses of Parliament for a Prize Giving Celebration, we want students to choose a historical (or just old) building in their local area and propose how it can be re-purposed, renovated or rejuvenated to keep it relevant and preserved for future generations.

Event details


For a chance to be invited to the Houses of Parliament, students should enter the 2018 CIOB and MyKindaFuture 4th Online Competition. The 2018 competition is bigger, better and, with a CONSERVATION focus, an opportunity that any KS4 and KS5 student can participate in.

WHAT?

For a chance to be invited to the Houses of Parliament for a Prize Giving Celebration, we want students to choose a historical (or just old) building in their local area and propose how it can be repurposed, renovated or rejuvenated to keep it relevant and preserved for future generations.

WHO?

  • Y10-13
  • Students studying most subjects, including: Business, Construction, Design Technology, Economics, English, Geography, Graphics, History, Maths, EPQ
  • Students looking for a practical opportunity to test out their skills in planning, design, conservation and construction

This challenge will compliment most exam boards and specifications. Students will be able to apply their lesson learning to a practical project, which can be built into your SoW, homework calendars or extra-curricular programmes. 

WHEN?

  • Register your interest in receiving more information by emailing ciob@mykindafuture.com
  • Receive a link to the bespoke online HUB that will support you and your students through the competition
  • Competition closes in February 2019
  • Prize giving and celebration event @ the Houses of Parliament in Spring 2019

SUPPORT?

You and your students will be given access to an online hub filled with:

  • case studies and examples
  • teaching and learning resources
  • tips and advice
  • videos and learning modules