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National water week

The National Water Week poster competition is open for 2017.

The theme for this year is 'Water - the Heart of our Culture'

National Water Week 2017 is a call to action, challenging us all to make changes to our day-to-day lives to protect this essential resource which shapes almost everything we do. It also gives us a huge opportunity to start conversations and encourage people to learn more about the technologies and the people that keep our taps running and ensure Australia has a sustainable water future to support our economy and our communities.

Primary school students are invited to create a poster reflecting water related issues that are important to them.

Great prizes to be won by students and schools.

Primary school students are invited to participate by creating an A3 poster reflecting water related issues which are important to them, their family and the community.

Great Prize packs will be awarded for posters voted first, second and third in each category listed:

  • Prep
  • Years 1 - 2
  • Years 3 - 4
  • Years 5 and 6

First prize winners in each category are submitted to state judging.

Each school submitting entries will go into the draw and one lucky school will win a planted veggie crate from The Little Vegie Patch Co delivered to the school.

Winners will be contacted by 16 October 2017 via email.

Information and entry criteria

Judging criteria

  • Do address the theme Water the Heart of our Culture.
  • Don't write too much. Let your pictures tell the story
  • Do use bold colours that look good from a distance and online
  • Do be creative and original
  • Do only submit one entry per student

Entry criteria

  • Poster must be A3 (30x40cm) in size.
  • Any medium, including paper, can be used.
  • Any art material can be used including paint, textas, coloured pencils or collage materials.
  • An official entry form signed by guardian or teacher must be securely attached to the back of each poster.
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