Now that we've got news of early completers for this year's Six Book Challenge it's time to remind you about the prizes on offer. Although you can run the Six Book Challenge at a time that suits you, many people opt for January until the end of June for their main period of Challenge activity. This fits with an invitation to Challenge completers and participating organisations to enter a range of prize draws by Friday 29 June 2012 with the following prizes (see links to downloadable entry forms):
Six Book Challenge 2012 national prize draw entry form - first prize remains a weekend in London for a Challenge completer and guest including a show and £150 spending money
NEW! Prizes of eReaders for three runners-up - the great new way to get reading
Six Book Challenge Learning at Work Day 2012 national prize draw entry form - an author visit, courtesy of Transworld Publishers, for a winning workplace that runs the Six Book Challenge and marks the Campaign for Learning's Learning at Work Day
Six Book Challenge 2012 Colleges national prize draw entry form - an author visit for the winning college
Six Book Challenge 2012 Prisons and YOIs national prize draw entry form - an author visit for the winning prison
We're also introducing a new gold/silver/bronze award to recognise the achievement of organisations taking part in the Challenge and encourage everyone to increase the impact of the scheme. Any participating organisation that returns valid data to us by Friday 6 July will be eligible to receive a certificate based on their Challenge completion figures as follows: 150 completers gets gold; 100 completers gets silver; 50 completers gets bronze.