The Rotary Young Musician competition provides a stage for musical talent to shine in regional competitions before the grand final. Starting with club level competitions, winners progress to district events followed by regional contests with the hope of appearing at the national final.
Junior, intermediate and senior age groups
Finalist have an opportunity to play in a theater to an audience
Instrumental categories: Solo, Ensemble ( 2- 5 people), Group
Technology Tournaments are one-day events for teams of four students from local schools and colleges. Under supervised tournament conditions, students collectively work together to solve the previously unseen task while using oral, written and graphical communication skills to compile a project portfolio.
Ages group 11 – 17
All day event run by local Rotary clubs to a national set challenge
Three levels of competition appropriate to age or ability
Develops team work, communication, problem solving & practical skills
Links with the National Curriculum
Youth Chef Competition
Rotary believe it is important to encourage and develop creativity in young people and that includes creativity in the kitchen. Cooking among young people is growing interest and a valuable life skill.
The competition is open to all students between 11 – 17 who enjoy cooking and are in full time education
Young people produce a healthy economical meal for two people
Show good cooking and presentation skills
Develop good organisational skills
Young Designer Competition
A competition for young entrepreneurs and inventors to showcase their design ideas and skills
Looking for innovative and creativity
Open to all schools and colleges within Rotary District 1070, the competition is based around the design coursework curriculum for GCSE and A/S level student
projects in Textiles, Resistant Materials ( wood, metal, plastic ), Graphics and Electronics
District competition final/exhibition held at De Montfort University
Through this competition, Rotary encourages the development of creativity and presentation skills essential to the art of public speaking, and this is shown through the enthusiasm of the students from the many schools which take part.
Intermediate and senior age groups
Teams of three – chairperson, speaker and vote of thanks