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Schools Starpack winners 2017

The Schools Starpack award briefs are provided by industry experts, from manufacturers to household brands, and provide excellent opportunities for Years 10, 11 and AS level. Entry is for an individual student’s work. Click the brief titles to see winning pack details.

Sponsored by BPI Polythene Industries
Using the 'Green Cross Code' and road safety initiatives and guidelines, design a 'road safety pack' that can be distributed through local communities and education centres to inform young children of the dangers and what to do to keep safe.

Sponsored by Graphic Packaging International
Design and develop a new form of cartonboard packaging for fruit and vegetables that is effective in not only protection but helps preserve and promote healthy eating.

Sponsored by Logoplaste
Create a reusable bottle that can be used on the go whilst maintaining the quality and requirements of the liquid inside.

Sponsored by Canned Food UK
Develop a new two-course meal, which can be served from a tin or can container, for astronauts on the ISS.

Sponsored by RPC
Design a plastic liquid soap container with dispensing feature to appeal to children.

Sponsored by IOM3
Choose an appropriate accessory and create and develop an outer packaging solution for a high street retailer or internet supplier

Sponsored by Peter Brett Associates LLP, and developed by The University of Cambridge in conjuction with the NHS and Asthma UK
Develop a solution to address the problems of treating asthma with children who are under 6 years old

See full details of the 2017 Schools Starpack competition, briefs and entry details (opens in new window)

Documents for download: 
PDF icon Starpack Schools Brochure 2017.pdf1.7 MB