Winners of the 2024 poster competition announced!


We are thrilled to announce the winners of this year’s British Science Week poster competition! Based on our 2024 theme, ‘Time’, this year’s entries really highlighted the brilliant ideas, passions and dazzling imaginations of almost 5,000 burgeoning young artists from all across the UK.

We have one winner and two runners up for each of our four categories – Early Years, Infant, Junior and Senior – as well as a winner from our popular vote, hosted on our Facebook page.

Congratulations to all!

Early Years winner

Raafi – Wimbledon Common Prep School

Runners up:

Artie – St Nicolas CE Primary School

George – St Filumena’s Catholic Primary School

Infant winner

Aoife – St Bede’s Catholic Infant School


Poppy – Old Bexley Primary School

Austin – Charles Kingsley’s CE Primary School

Jaden – Dorney School

Junior winner

Poppy – Coxhoe Primary School


Advay – Coppice Primary School

Ben – Hollygirt School

Senior Winner

Nina – The Holy Cross School


Eliza – Woodford County High School

Elliot – Desborough College

A massive well done to all our category winners and to those who reached the shortlist. The standard of posters this year was incredibly high – our judges had a tough job choosing their favourites!

Popular vote winner

The winner of this year’s popular vote, which received the most ‘likes’ of all the runners-up on our Facebook page, was this brilliant poster by Walter of Brook Primary School.

If you’ve been inspired by this year’s poster competition, get involved in British Science Week 2025! Running from 7-16 March, this ten-day celebration will be a chance for everyone to explore and interact with science in all its marvellous forms. The theme for the activity packs and poster competition in 2025 will be ‘Change and adapt’!

Follow our updates on Twitter and Facebook over the coming months to learn more about funding opportunities, activities and resources that will help you make the most of the Week!

Read more:

British Science Week 2023 poster competition winners

British Science Week poster competition