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How would you spread wellbeing around the world?

For Teachers

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?

For Students

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:

  • Connect
  • 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.

  1. Read the descriptions of Four ways to Wellbeing .
  2. Design a poster that shows what activities you would do to promote good health and wellbeing.
  3. Try to reflect as many of the Four ways to Wellbeing as you can.
  4. 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).
  5. If you use photos or drawings of real people, make sure you submit a completed model release form for each person that appears.
  6. Make sure any text in your project is legible.
  7. Read and accept the Terms and Conditions.
  8. Submit your entry online.

Four Ways to Wellbeing

  1. Connect – connect with people you know e.g. family, friends and neighbours.
  2. Be Active – walk, jog or cycle, or find another activity that you enjoy to in nature.
  3. Keep Learning – learning new skills can give you a sense of achievement and increased confidence.
  4. 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

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