School competitions

Our competitions enable NSW French students to apply their language skills to a creative and fun project! Outstanding submissions from each category will have the opportunity to win great prizes kindly offered by our sponsors. All winners will be invited to attend our annual school award ceremony in November.

Registration: Registrations closed on 14 August

Submission Date: 14 August 2019 (for all submissions)
                             Instructions for submitting projects are available in the competition guides                                        
                             (available in French and English)

Prize-Giving Ceremony: 22 November 2019 at CBD Branch (257 Clarence St, Sydney)

Option Ciné

Un cours de français extraordinaire

In a genre of your choosing, produce a 2 minute short film about something out of the ordinary that happens during a French class. 

Open to students in Yr 5-12


Guide - English

Guide - Français

Option Photo

Ma France à Moi

Show us your creative flair! Create an A3 photo collage illustrating what France and learning French means to you. Write a short paragraph explaining your answer.

Open to students in Yr 5-8


Guide - English

Guide - Français

Option Chanson

Interpretation d'une chanson française

Rewrite a verse, interpret and film your performance of one of the selected French songs:

OrelSan - La pluie (feat. Stromae)    Madame Monsieur - Mercy Louane - Si t'étais là
Joe Dassin - Les Champs Elysées

Open to students in Yr 7-12


Guide - English

Guide - Français

This competition and the winners' prizes are kindly supported by:

For more information please contact us at or on 02 9292 5712 

Please read carefully our Terms & Conditions

Play and create in French. Discovery and artistic creation: go through a journey in Paris and create:

- Your own monument (in a collage)
- A colourful Paris
- A poster that promotes Paris' lifestyle and city

Available for Kindy to Y6

Individual enrolments only

Present your best recipe in French, in a creative way by using 'Padlet' with numerous medias: text, pictures, short videos, audio recordings.

Individual and group enrolments

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