Competition to Create a Logo Representing Wellbeing in Education

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The Department of Education and Skills has launched a new art and design competition for senior cycle students to create a logo representing Wellbeing in Education/Folláin san Oideachas.

Wellbeing in Education Competition

The winning design will be used on all materials and resources supporting the Department’s Wellbeing Policy in all schools and centres for education.

Minister McHugh said: “I am delighted to announce this exciting competition for students to design a new logo that will symbolise the importance of Wellbeing in Education.

“It is a first class opportunity for students to put their stamp on a new and growing aspect of education. It’s open to all senior cycle students and it’s open to students to let their creativity and talent take over to help promote wellbeing.

“The winning logo will be a reminder of how students’ voices should be and are being heard.

“We all have a role to play in making sure that wellbeing is at the heart of our schools. We know from research that children and young people learn more effectively if they are happy in their work, believe in themselves and feel supported.

“When I visit schools, I am always excited to see the incredible artistic and design talents of our young people on display all over the walls – I have no doubt we will see amazing entries that really explore the issue of Wellbeing in Education.”

The closing date for receipt of entries is Friday 6th December 2019.

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Gemma Creagh

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