Tuesday October 4, 2016
This year's anti-bullying week on 14-18th November is fast approaching, and the theme for this year is POWER FOR GOOD. It's all about supporting children and young people to understand the ways in which they are powerful and encouraging individual and collective action to stop bullying and create the best world possible.
To celebrate anti-bullying week 2016, and to help encourage children in primary schools to think about their own powers for good, we are running a competition to design a superhero who represents the POWER FOR GOOD.
How are they using their powers to create a better world? What are their special skills? What positive messages are they spreading?
You can download an entries pack below, including a superhero template that you can use with your children if you wish. Or they can design their own superhero from scratch.
Send in your entries to Diversity Role Models, St Anne’s Church, 55 Dean Street, London, W1D 6AF by 4th November. We’ll get our supporters to vote for their favourite from our shortlist on our Facebook page, and will be sharing the winners on 18th November.
What are you waiting for? Get entering now and unleash the POWER FOR GOOD in your school!