Poster competition 2020 winners announced!


We are delighted to announce the winners and runners up of this year’s poster competition!

The theme for 2020 was Our diverse planet, and we received over 6,000 entries!

We have one winner and two runner ups for each of the four categories: Early years, Infant, Junior and Secondary. We also have the popular category winner as well, which was determined by voting on social media.

Early Years – Winner

A poster with a blue background, a drawing of planet Earth in the centre, surrounded by labelled drawings of animals. It is titled Our diverse planet.
Boxted St Peters CEVC Primary School

Runner up: The House That Jack Built Nursery

Infant winner

A green poster titled 'Our Forests: Treasures in Danger'. It is covered in drawings and text that tell the story of Nigerian activist Wangari Maathai.
Lochinver House School

Runner up: Drayton Parslow Village School

Junior Winner

A poster with a white background, covered with drawings of tree branches, leaves, flowers, birds and insects, labelled with descriptions. The poster is titled Biodiversity on my way to school.
St James’ RC Primary School

Runner up: Bablake Junior School

Senior Winner

A poster titled Biodiversity. It is a mountainous landscape populated by a variety of animals.
Writhlington School

Runner up: Stratford Girls’ Grammar School


Congratulations to all of our winners, and to those who were shortlisted. If you haven’t seen the fantastic finalists, you can check out the photo album here.


Popularity category

This year’s popular winner was this fantastic poster from Newland House School. Many congratulations for such a fantastic and informative poster!

A poster titled 'To the extreme'. It is a white background with photos and drawings of all sorts of animals grouped together in categories such as life span and height.
Newland House School

Congratulations to all of our winners and runners up! We had an incredible number of fantastic entries which made it extra hard for our judges this year.

We look forward to seeing all of the entries for the 2021 British Science Week poster competition, which we will be announcing in due course!