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To rally teachers and pupils around a single knowledge-sharing project for the start of the 2012-2013 school year, the Total Solar Expert team launched the Young Journalists Contest.

A multidisciplinary challenge! In just several months, these secondary school pupils became budding reporters to create the Solarama Junior, a magazine focused on solar energy for 8-10 year-olds.

This contest was founded on three objectives: develop a pluridisciplinary project, encourage pupil involvement, and allow them to express themselves in order to transmit their knowledge to young pupils. 

The assignment of young journalists was therefore to form groups and create a magazine explaining the energy and photovoltaic solar energy issues to pupils in elementary school. Many classes wanted to be part of this adventure and we received about 200 applications! Some were even sent from abroad such as the French-American School in San Diego in the United States!

The year 10 class of Gaucelm Faidit d'Uzerche secondary school won the first prize of our contest. The jury was won over by the quality of their magazine and their journalistic approach of interviewing local authorities and a farmer having a photovoltaic solar energy installation. The winning magazine was published in 50,000 copies and sent free-of-charge to all elementary schools that made the request.  

For the 2015-2016 school year, the Solarama Junior magazine is part of the Elementary Total Solar Expert set, which you can download.


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