e-Skills UK and the Parliamentary IT Committee are looking for pupil-led innovative ICT projects that have made a positive impact on your school. Your entry should show the best use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) resources to the benefit of the school, local community, in the UK or across the world.

The competition is for pupils aged 9 to 11 in all primary schools across the UK, and is organised by the Parliamentary Information Technology Committee (PITCOM) in partnership with e-skills UK.

There's a £1,000 prize for each regional winner, and £3,000 for the national winner. Full details are on the e-skills website

  •  Factoid: I don't about this specific competition, but overall these kinds of awards don't get that many entries, perhaps because teachers don't tend to push themselves forward. So if you enter, and your children have done something worthwhile, the odds are stacked in your favour!