Every half term, 50 Bedrock stars who have earned 20+ points a week are in the running to win a £10 voucher.
Our prize draw is completely random, so every learner who hits their Bedrock targets is in with a chance to win.
Two lucky learners each half term will win a Google Chromebook each!
Every time a learner hits 20 points per week in the timeframe, they are in with a chance to win one of these amazing prizes.
The current prize draw
A Bedrock Stars prize draw is currently running!
Learners, earn 160 Bedrock points between the dates of 30th October and 24th December to be in with a chance to win one of our amazing prizes.
Social media shoutout
When schools post their Bedrock stars on social media, we try our best to shout out every single one. We love sharing learners who are making progress with their literacy.
We run this Bedrock Stars prize draw every half term, and always set the target to the number of Bedrock points optimal for literacy progress.
This gives learners a consistent source of motivation to do their homework, levelling up their literacy improvement.
All schools using the Bedrock core curriculum are entered automatically into the prize draw. This means that any Bedrock learner who has achieved their points target is in with a chance to win!
Your school will be notified if a learner has won a prize.
After we have randomly selected the winners, we contact the winner's lead Bedrock teacher and state that they have won a Bedrock Stars prize. The teacher can then decide whether they would like the prize emailed to them, the parent or the learner directly (in the case of a voucher), or the prize delivered to the school or the learner's home (in the case of a Chromebook).
Teachers have until the end of the next half term to confirm that they would like to receive their learner's prize.
When we post about the prize draw, we give a certain amount of points learners must earn in order to be entered - for example, 140 points before a certain date.
However, these points are calculated with the number of weeks in a half term factored in. A six-week half term means learners must earn 120 points to enter; an eight-week half term means learners must earn 160 points.
As well as this, we factor in half-term holidays, picking the best closing date for the competition that includes schools with differing term dates - this means every Bedrock learner has a fair chance to win.