How would you spread wellbeing around the world?
Get students working together
The Project Competition is back, and this year we’re asking students to design a poster promoting good health and wellbeing.
We’d like students to imagine they are wellbeing superheroes, with the power to improve health and wellbeing. What would they do in a day to connect with others? How would they stay active? What new skill would they learn? How would they practice generosity and kindness?
You are wellbeing superhero
In groups of 2-4 students, imagine you are wellbeing superheroes. Using your positive powers for good design a poster showing what activities you would to:
- Be active
- Keep learning
- Give to others
How to enter
Who can enter? Any teacher who teaches students age 10 – 17 can take part in the Project competition.
- Read the descriptions of Four ways to Wellbeing .
- Design a poster that shows what activities you would do to promote good health and wellbeing.
- Try to reflect as many of the Four ways to Wellbeing as you can.
- Make sure your project is your own original work and does not copy anyone else’s work (e.g. no images copied from the internet).
- If you use photos or drawings of real people, make sure you submit a completed model release form for each person that appears.
- Make sure any text in your project is legible.
- Read and accept the Terms and Conditions.
- Submit your entry online.
Four Ways to Wellbeing
- Connect – connect with people you know e.g. family, friends and neighbours.
- Be Active – walk, jog or cycle, or find another activity that you enjoy to in nature.
- Keep Learning – learning new skills can give you a sense of achievement and increased confidence.
- Give to Others – even the smallest act can count, whether it’s a smile, a thank you or a kind word.
Closes 31st May 2023
Your entry can be hand drawn, produced on a computer, or you can use your own original photos. You can choose to create either a digital or print project, but the photograph that you upload of your project must be legible
- Terms and Conditions (PDF, 160KB)
- Judging Criteria (PDF, 130KB)
- Model Release Form (DOCX, 20KB)
- Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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