Promoting respectful relationships for students


Monday, 11 April, 2022

Promoting respectful relationships for students

Interrelate’s ‘Say Yes To Respectful Relationships’ poster competition is now open for submissions from schools and students.

The annual art competition invites primary-aged students to design a poster depicting the 2022 theme: ‘Respectful relationships start with you’.

The competition is designed to help students embrace respectful relationships and identify healthy and unhealthy behaviours.

This year’s theme is all about building and nurturing respect with ourselves and how it can impact our relationships with others.

Prizes on offer include a holiday to Wollongong Surf Leisure Resort, Faber-Castell gift packs and Interrelate’s Questions Kids Have book series.

This year, families and teachers can also enter the competition through the Special Category. This means anyone can enter using any medium (not restricted to posters). Families and schools play an important role in children’s relationship development, which is why the Special Category has been added to facilitate these vital conversations in both settings. All special category entries will have the chance to win $250 worth of gift cards.

Interrelate’s poster competition is supported by Margaret Beazley, Governor of New South Wales; Sarah Mitchell, Minister for Education and Childhood Learning; and Interrelate’s partners Faber-Castell and Wollongong Surf Leisure Resort.

Entries close on Friday, 13 May and a virtual Awards Ceremony will be held on Friday, 22 July 2022. To register for a lesson plan or submit entries, visit: https://www.interrelate.org.au/get-involved/2022-poster-competition.

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