Encouraging Creativity in Children During Difficult COVID Times
By: Business Print
Foundation, The Deputy Lord Mayor of Dublin, Ballygowan, and Dublin GAA is staging a free art competition for primary schools.
The idea is to help children build resilience through creativity. As they work through the challenge of creating one of the three drawings representing their schools they will learn how to recover from adversity, stress, and even failure. In turn, they will become children capable of taking healthy risks that allow them to grow into young adults ready to take on life with maximum effort.
What's the Art Competition About?
Every primary school in Dublin is allowed to send a maximum of three Students drawings from their school. Our four judges are going to pick one winner whose artwork will deliver the following prize to their school:
The closing date is 30th November 2021 and on 14th December a winner will be announced. Finally, regardless if they win or not, all entries will receive a 10% discount for their school journals and they can choose to have their artwork on the covers. Now, who wouldn't want the coolest possible personalised school journal for this year?
Looking to Inspire Young Irish Students?
A primary school looking out for its student's success should take this opportunity to inspire creativity and a healthy dose of competition. All interested parties should call (01) 450 8616 or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information (https://businessprint.ie/
Business Print / Paul O'Rourke
Page Updated Last on: Dec 04, 2021