As part of their partnership with the British Science Association on this year’s British Science Week, Guinness World Records is offering a very special poster competition prize for the Junior category…
Junior students have the opportunity to win the chance to spend a day in the life of the Guinness World Records team at their global headquarters, and see with their own eyes how the team review evidence and verify new records for extraordinary journeys.
The lucky winner will also be invited to write a blog post on their experience for the Guinness World Records Kids website and there may be an opportunity to meet a real-life record holder too. The winner will also have the chance to have a sneak peak of the Guinness World Records 2020 Edition before it is even releases in store, and have your very own copy before anyone else.
In addition, winners in all four categories of this year’s BSW poster competition will receive a copy of the Guinness World Records 2019 Edition, packed with thousands of new and updated records, so make sure you submit your students’ entries by 5 April to be in with a chance of winning!
Looking for inspiration? Two Guinness World Records record-holders are pictured below: Tom Bagnall with the Fastest Jet Powered Go-Kart and Matt Denton with the largest rideable hexapod!