In view of the increasing number of tourists travelling around the world, it is important for all of us to recognize the importance of travelling green. How can we reduce the impact on our natural environment when we travel?

Join our ‘Green Travel’ Poster Design/Writing Competition and share your ideas with us.



 Category  Primary school English

 Lower Primary:

 P1 to P3 students

 Upper Primary:

 P4 to P6 students

 Topic​ Plan a green exchange tour to  foster global  awareness and  eco-friendly  practices in an  English learning  environment Design a poster for ‘A green study tour’ Write an article  about a visit to an  imaginative green  museum (in 150  words)
 and prizes
  • Champion: $5,000 travel voucher

Most Active Participation School : ORT  'Explore with Biff, Chip and Kipper' (60  titles)

  • Champion: $1,500 book voucher
  • First Runner-up: $750 book voucher
  • Second Runner-up: $400 book voucher
  • Four Merit Awards: $250 book voucher
  • Champion: $1,500 book voucher
  • First Runner-up: $750 book voucher
  • Second Runner-up: $400 book voucher
  • Four Merit Awards: $250 book voucher

22 March 2019 (Friday)

The winner list will be announced in May 2019. Award presentation ceremony will be held on 15 June 2019 at International Travel Expo Hong Kong.


Mr Albert Oung
Founder & President
World Green Organisation
Dr Paul Sze
Professional Consultant (Honorary)
Department of Curriculum and Instruction,
Faculty of Education,
The Chinese University of Hong Kong


Submission guidelines
• Participants should fill in the application form and design/write in the space provided.
• Both scanned copy and hard copy of the entry are acceptable.
• Participants can either submit their entries by email to or by mail.
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Please state on the envelope: Oxford Primary English Writing Competition
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Terms and Conditions
  1. Each participant should submit one entry only.
  2. Entries found to have infringed other people's copyrights, commercial or non-commercial, will be disqualified. Oxford University Press will not be held responsible for any infringement of copyrights committed by the participants.
  3. Participants and schools must ensure their entries contain no pornography, violence, objectionable, or commercial and religious propaganda element. They should also ensure that the entries do not lead to defamation, indecency, offensive, racial misunderstanding or discrimination.
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  5. Upon receipt of entries, Oxford University Press will not notify individual participant. All submitted entries will not be returned.
  6. Entries not complying with the competition regulations will be disqualified.
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