Thank you to everyone who took part - especially in the last week of a very different term!
Our Primary winner is brilliant_fossil of Upton Cross Primary School, who demonstrated how Picture B might lack the amount of opinion that the other two pictures had. This was an original approach to the challenge and was explained very well. However, it raises an interesting question - how do we tell what is information and what is opinion in the news?
Our Secondary winner is lovable_writer of Graveney School, who gave a very clear explanation explaining how these pictures could connect chronologically (in time order), and made a case for A being different to the other two.
Well done to both of you!
After the big success of our first 'Odd One Out' competition way back in September, we thought we'd give you another challenge!
Look at pictures A, B and C above. Which one do you think is the odd one out and why?
The very best answers to 'Odd-one-out' find similarities between two that the other one doesn't have.
Remember, the answer could be A, B or C - there is no right or wrong answer! We are looking for original and creative ways of looking at these three images. It's OK to go for a choice that someone else has, just try to come up with new reasons!
Make sure you explain your answer with good reasons and keep an open-mind.
There may not be a 'right' answer here so be creative, and give reasons for your choice!
Winners will be announced next Friday 10th April. Good luck!
PS: You might have noticed we've changed Picture A, as Boris Johnson is currently in hospital for tests and we felt it wasn't right to have him as part of a competition at this stage.