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Each year, National Water Week makes a splash across Australia, inspiring individuals, education providers, communities and organisations to work together to build community awareness and understanding of water-related issues.

It's an exciting time again for primary school students to get creative for National Water Week's Poster Competition.

 

This year's National Water Week theme is:
'Reimagining our Water Future.' 

Primary schools from around the region are invited to design posters for a chance to win $400 for their school in five categories. Great prizes will be presented to the five winning students by Phil the Bucket and a GWMWater staff member. All students will receive a participation certificate and outstanding poster entries will receive an honourable mention. Phil the Bucket may also be available to visit other participating primary schools!

 

Catergories

  • Prep/Foundation
  • Grades 1 and 2
  • Grades 3 and
  • Grades 5 and 6
  • Special Education 

 

Competition Entry Checklist

o    Conditions of Entry Form – To be returned

o    Student Registration Form – To be returned

o    Poster Entry Labels – To be attached to the back of posters.

o   All entries must reach GWMWater by 4 pm on Friday 4 September 2020

 

NWW Tile

 

To view previous state level winning entries visit the VicWater wesbite.

More information about National Water Week is available on the Australian Water Association website.

 

 

Take a look at our 2019 Competition Winners! 

Leo Albrecht
Prep/Foundation
Halls Gap Primary School
  McKayla Donnellan
Grades 1 and 2
Underbool Primary School

 Leo Foundation Halls Gap Primary School Copy Copy

   McKayla Donnellan Grades 1 and 2 Underbool Primary School Copy Copy

Zoe Tegelhuter 
State Level Runner Up
Grades 3 and 4
Minyip Primary School

  Ruby Wilson
Grades 5 and 6
Murtoa P-12 College
 Zoe Tegelhuter Grades 3 and 4 Minyip Primary School Copy Copy    Ruby Wilson Grades 5 and 6 Murtoa P 12 College Copy Copy

 

 

2020 National Water Week calendar

We've created a 2020 calendar from the 2019 competition winning posters. Get in touch with us for your free copy.

 

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