The importance of working together to promote peace and the benefit this can bring to the community.
Who can enter
Students in public education settings including all public schools, TAFE colleges and other post-school sites are eligible to enter.
Entries may be made in the following divisions:
- TAFE / Corrective Services /Post Schools
- Years 11–12
- Years 7–10
- Years 3–6
- Years K–2
Entries may take many forms, including posters, poetry, short stories, performances or multimedia (Power Point/DVD/video).
Also acceptable are entries that depict larger relevant projects that relate to the competition’s theme, for example: special events, special performances and special days.
In general, essays should not exceed 1000 words. Performances and multimedia entries should be kept as brief as possible for judging purposes. All entries must address the criteria/theme.
Teachers can use this lesson plan to encourage pupils to think about the meaning of peace and find inspiration for entering the awards. You may like to share this short biography of “Sam Lewis – Radical Reformer” with your students.
Entries should be forwarded to:
23-33 Mary Street, Surry Hills 2010, NSW
or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Entries close on Friday September 28, 2018
Entries will be retained by Federation so please keep a copy of your entry for yourselves. Federation reserves the right to use entries at its discretion including exhibition and publication.