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How to submit your Sports for Schools 2018 entry

PUBLISHED: 09:42 16 May 2018 | UPDATED: 09:42 16 May 2018

Sporty pupils at Mile Cross Primary with deputy head, Toby Whalen, ready for the challenge of the Eastern Daily Press Sports for Schools campaign, with a chance to win sports equipment. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Sporty pupils at Mile Cross Primary with deputy head, Toby Whalen, ready for the challenge of the Eastern Daily Press Sports for Schools campaign, with a chance to win sports equipment. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

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Collected lots of Sports for Schools tokens and wondering what to do next? Here’s everything you need to know.

Sports for Schools logo. Photo: ArchantSports for Schools logo. Photo: Archant

If your school registered for the Sports for Schools promotion, the deadline for submitting your entry is not too far away. This is your chance to win a share of £20,000 worth of sports equipment for your school.

The date for tokens to be returned to schools is Friday, May 18 and the date for submitting your total is Friday, May 25.

To enter please email sportsforschools@archant.co.uk with your school name in the subject line. Also include the total number of tokens collected and registered number of pupils at your school.

We will then select the top five schools and send judges to clarify your claim - so please hold on to those tokens!

The school with the most tokens to a ratio of pupils will receive the largest proportion of the prize fund.

The winning schools will be notified by telephone once all tokens have been verified.

Winning schools will also be announced in the paper after which time sports packs will be distributed to all schools that have collected 1,000 tokens or more.

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