Ulster GAA's Live To Play Primary School "Oscars" Competition is now open for 2017.

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Live To Play is a road safety campaign developed by Ulster GAA to help empower members and wider communities to reduce death and serious injury on our roads. The Live To Play website can be accessed at http://ulster.gaa.ie/livetoplay/

Primary schools are encouraged to use the Kids Zone link to relay important road safety messages specifically focused at children and teachers in the classroom setting. http://ulster.gaa.ie/livetoplay/kids-zone/

In order to enter the Live To Play "Oscars" Competition primary schools are asked to create a 3-5 minute video-clip outlining the learning they have achieved through use of Ulster GAA's Live To Play Kid Zone

Schools can easily upload their Productions on the "Oscars" tab http://ulster.gaa.ie/livetoplay/oscars/

The Closing Date for Applications is Friday 28th April 2017.

Six schools will be selected as Finalists and will be invited to attend Ulster GAA's prestigious Live to Play "Oscars" Ceremony in Tyrone GAA Centre on Friday 19th May.

If you have any queries please contact Ulster GAA Community & Health Manager Maura McMenamin on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Best of luck!

Pupils from St Malachys Primary School Armagh along with Vice-principal Mrs Kearney help launch Ulster GAA's Live To Play "Oscars" Competition with Ulster GAA representatives Michael Geoghegan and Brian McAvoy.