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Poster competion for National Water Week from 19-25th of October.

By Portal Admin - 15th September 2020 - Back to News

This year, National Water Week runs from 19-25th of October and with it comes the poster competition, providing primary school students with a great opportunity to get their imaginations flowing.

All primary schools, including home-schoolers, in the East Gippsland region are encouraged to design a poster, using their knowledge of water-related issues that have significance and meaning to them and their local area.

This gives students an ideal opportunity to learn and develop a deep understanding of the importance of water and using it efficiently, in a way that is enjoyable.

The theme for this year’s competition is ‘Re-imagining our water future’ and has been developed from the UN’s Global Goals for Sustainable Development.

All primary schools in the area have been sent a letter inviting them to take part. The closing date for entries has been extended to 4pm on Friday 11th September and the winners of the competition will be presented with their prizes during National Water Week.

The individual prizes for regional winners are science experiment kits, with their schools receiving funding towards an environmental project.

For more information please contact our Community Engagement Team on 5150 4444, or email education@egwater.vic.gov.au

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