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ESFA Panini Classroom Challenge – Winner Announced!

Sussex Primary School wins £2,000 cash in the Classroom Challenge

Through the ESFA and Panini’s ongoing partnership, at the beginning of this school year, primary schools in England were invited to register to receive some Premier League Adrenalyn XL™ trading card goodies for their school, including worksheets with a competition to design a crest for a club or team. The competition prize was an incredible £2k cash for the winning school, plus £50 Amazon voucher and football shirt for the winning pupil – to top it all off, winners also receive a presentation assembly at their school from Panini.

Following a difficult judging process with an incredibly high standard of entries, the ESFA and Panini are delighted to announce that Brunswick Primary School in Sussex produced the winning entry thanks to Nia, from Year 5.

The ESFA judges were delighted with the quality of entries submitted from all participating schools and found the level of work that went into each of them was impressively high. As such, the ESFA and Panini also wanted to share two other designs, both of which were very close to the top spot!

Submitted by Lilly-May from Riverside Primary in Hereford and Ella from Mark Cross Primary in Sussex – the judging panel was really impressed with the quality of designs and also the messaging portrayed.

We would like to thank Nia and her fellow pupils from Brunswick Primary School, as well as all the other competing schools, for taking the time to enter this competition and providing us with such fantastic examples of artistic design by young students.

If you would like to follow in Brunswick Primary School’s footsteps and have the chance to enter further ESFA and Panini competitions, simply register your primary school via the link below – the brand-new Classroom Challenge for December will be announced shortly, for another chance for schools to win some fantastic prizes!


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