School pupil wins ‘My Sticker’ competition 2014

Poppy Chesterman, aged 11, from Morley Memorial School, Cambridge, has won the School Stickers’ MY Sticker Competition 2014.

Poppy's winning design

Poppy’s winning design

Children from schools across the country entered the School Stickers’ competition by designing stickers which they believe highlight the issues they care about. Entries were made through a competition version of the School Stickers’ new online customised sticker tool.

Poppy was chosen as the winner because the judges liked the way she designed the sticker to make her message ‘It’s not just you – think local, think global’ really clear.  She has won an iPad, and 1,000 stickers in her design.

The other finalists are Joshua from the Blue School, Middlesex, Maureen from Ashleigh CofE, Walton on Thames, Surrey and Grace from Forest School, Timperley, Cheshire, who each win 1,000 stickers in their design.

Neil Hodges, Managing Director, School Stickers, “Many congratulations to Poppy and all our finalists from the team at School Stickers. We had entries from across the country into this competition and were very impressed by the quality of the designs. Stickers have been used over the years to promote causes to good effect, and we hope that all our finalists feel incredibly proud when their stickers are being used.”

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