National Geographic Kids is an exciting monthly magazine, which gives boys and girls a whole new way to explore and learn about their world. Packed with features, posters, puzzles, quizzes and exciting things to make and do, Nat Geo Kids is a great resource for children, parents and teachers.
The twelve Roots & Shoots finalists will each win a one-year magazine subscription for their school to enjoy.
Plus, the lucky Winner of the Most Outstanding Photograph will also get the chance to become a Nat Geo Kids’ reporter for a day! They will spend the morning at Nat Geo Kids’ HQ, meet the team and find out how the magazine is created, before heading off on a special assignment as their guest reporter. The Winner will then be asked to submit a short report on the experience, which will be published on the Nat Geo Kids website!
Please send your photos to
Photos should be on the theme of “Making a Difference”, and the competition is open to school pupils in the UK. Each pupil can submit only one photograph.
By submitting a photograph to the competition you are granting The Jane Goodall Institute the right to display that photograph on our websites, in written material (including, but not exclusive to, the Roots & Shoots newsletter) and on the The Jane Goodall Institute’s social media accounts.