If you have sent in your entries, good luck!
Our annual badge design competition gives pupils the chance to design the 2021/22 WOW badges.
WINNERS WLL BE ANNOUnCED W/C 14 JUNE 2021.
Walk for the World focuses on the sustainability benefits of walking, highlighting how local actions can have positive global impacts. Pupils were asked to consider the contribution that traffic pollution makes to carbon emissions and to research and draw wildlife or a natural habitat affected by climate change.
As we look ahead to COP26 in November, we hope the badge competition will help pupils understand how walking to school, instead of driving, is helping to fight climate change through lower vehicle emissions, protecting wildlife and natural habitats for the future.
Be big, bold and colourful! Diversity and originality are key to standing out from the crowd!
The winning designs will be turned into more than 300,000 badges - made from 100% repurposed plastic - to be awarded to WOW pupils who walk, cycle, scoot or Park and Stride.
Prizes up for grabs:
*If your school is funded through a Living Streets project, prizes will vary. Please see full list of prizes in the T&Cs below.
Every school that enters will be eligible for our prize draw!
Our WOW Badge Design Competition is now closed and judges have started to look through the entries to pick the winning designs that will feature on the 2021/22 badges for our flagship walk to school challenge, WOW!
For the first time, the Design Council will be helping us choose the finalists!
winners will be announced w/c 14 June 2021
If you have any questions, emails us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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