A Climbing competition is calling on all schools to enter.

The Roses Primary School Climbing Competition is inviting all schools in Cumbria, Lancashire and Yorkshire to get in touch and enter their pupils.

The competition will be held at the High Adventure Outdoor Education Centre in Cowling and will feature a new format for the first time in 10 years.

The new format offers each primary school the opportunity for their entire year six cohort to go along and in order for each teacher to select their school representatives for the two boy's and two girl's teams for the finals which will take place on April 30, 2022.

The new format has been introduced to make the competition 'more exclusive' said Director Tim Ferguson.

Tim Ferguson is a former PE teacher and is passionate about getting children involved in sport. He said: "It is great to introduce kids into activities such as climbing."

In the qualifying rounds school pupils will climb several different routes up the climbing wall, the after spending the day watching the pupils, the teacher will then decide the best two boys and best girl's to go through to the finals against other schools.

In the final, the best boy, girl and best group will win a trophy. There is no limit to how many schools can enter and the entry fee is £15 for the qualifying rounds and £5 for the final.