International Matches
Primary School Literacy Competition

Design of Programme

To ensure equality, each programme should follow the same page theme.

Front Cover
Colourful – design open to interpretation

Inside Cover
Contents and Authors names & Year groups

1st Page
Information about school

2nd & 3rd Pages
Double page spread – Art, information about Caribbean as a holiday destination and anything of interest to a captive audience (crowd).

4th & 5th Pages
Double page spread – Art, information about North East of England, Local Area, as a tourist site.

6th & 7th Pages
Double page spread – Art, information about Zimbabwe as a holiday destination and anything of interest to a captive audience (crowd).

8th Page
Cricket experiences, English team, DCCC history, ground, players, Chester-le-Street

9th Page
Sponsors Logo

Back Cover
Colourful – design open to interpretation must contain name address of School, teacher's name and telephone number.

The matches will attract visitors from West Indies and Zimbabwe. The information about your local area and England should be directed to them. The differences between their country and England could be described. The places to visit and points of interest locally.

Many of the English spectators will never have been to Zimbabwe or the Caribbean, information about these countries should be directed to the English supporters.

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