Children and young people: use your creative skills to design the ‘hospital of the future’ and win a special prize!
We have launched a competition for children and young people to imagine what hospitals of the future might look like. This is an opportunity to get creative and think about how hospitals might look in the future
Will there be more robots caring for people? What kind of new medicine and treatment will be available? Where will the hospital be? What exciting things will doctors and nurses be able to do for patients?
Get your thinking caps on and your pens and paintbrushes at the ready! The two successful entries chosen will win a ‘behind the scenes’ tour of our specialist hospital. You’ll meet our robots, you’ll get a chance to see an operating theatre and dress up in scrubs. You’ll also get a special goodie bag with merch, book vouchers and some other goodies!
About the competition
Who can take part in this competition?
The competition is open to all children from primary schools across Birmingham and Solihull. It is divided into two age groups:
- 5 – 8 year-olds
- 8 – 11 year-olds
What should I make?
Get creative! You can make pictures, paintings, models or videos; every entry is welcome.
What do I win?
A special tour of the hospital (date TBC), book vouchers and a goodie bag.
When is the deadline?
The closing date for the competition is 4pm on Friday June 18.
Where do I send my entry?
Please include your name and a contact email address and phone number for your entry so that we can contact you. Competition entries should be sent for the attention of:
The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital
Bristol Road South