The ISCE team are fully committed to getting Scott, the Antarctic and polar science into the classroom, this year and the next, and their aim is to build one of the largest ever on-line and interactive education platforms.
Mike Peake, in the Daily Telegraph, February 12, 2011
The shortlist for the ISCE/Daily Telegraph competition to win a place on the sledging party to Captain Scott's Last Camp Site was published in the Daily Telegraph for Saturday 12th March 2011:
and were introduced to Telegraph readers on Saturday 16th April 2011
The 10 shortlisted candidates were chosen from the many applicants who submitted essays for consideration and will undergo further selection experiences over the next few months before the final two are chosen.
The first of these events was held courtesy of HM Royal Navy at HMS Raleigh in early April 2011.
During this process each of the shortlisted candidates is becoming an indespensible part of the ISCE team and each is working hard to help ensure that the ISCE objectives for the Scott Centenary are met.
The shortlisted candidates are:
Philip Sidney, Kent
Joe Woodward, Cornwall
Kathryn Rose, Cambridge
James Smith, Somerset
Christopher Gosling, Dorset
Ali Negyal, London
Helena Reinardy, Devon
Henry Evans, Essex
Rob Kinder, London
James Borrell, Essex
The ISCE/Telegraph shortlisted candidates with Antony Jinman, of ISCE, at HMS Raleigh, April 2011. The gear for this event was kindly sponsored by Blacks Leisure Group.