National Water Week is an annual celebration of water in Australia which occurs in the third week of October each year. It is designed to encourage the community to take action to help protect and conserve our most precious resource – water. This year National Water Week will run from 19 to 25 October.
National Water Week Poster Competition is on again. Primary school
students are invited to create an A4 sized poster reflecting this year’s theme Reimagining our water future. See
below for some inspiration to help get your creative juices flowing.
Our judges will be looking for how well you represent the theme and how it relates to our region in Gippsland.
You may use any material you wish to create your poster including paint, pencil, crayons, collage, original photographs and digital media. Be creative and good luck!
All entries must have a completed entry form attached. Entries close 5pm 18 September, 2020.
Every school with a student entering the competition will be placed into the draw to win $500 for the school to put towards a sustainability project, water efficient products or STEM learning resources.
Gippsland Water’s competition will be submitted for state judging with
additional prizes are up for grabs.
As our population grows, this will put more stress on our water resources. To help you design your poster, ask yourself some questions like:
are available from the Australian Water
Grace, Foundation - Buln Buln Primary School
Sidney, Grade 1 and 2 - Buln Buln Primary School
Maya, Grade 3 and 4 - St Mary's Catholic Primary School, Sale
Montana, Grade 5 and 6 - Boisdale Consolidated Primary School