Art category

Take a look at the winning entries, special merit awards and those highly commended in the Bullying-Free NZ Awards 2017, Art category.

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Winner: Wellington High School

Senior group (Years 9-13)

With a great focus on cyberbullying, this is an effective and engaging use of contrast beween bullying text messages and anti-bullying responses with a clear call to action.

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Winner: Katie Griggs, Ruawai College

Junior/Intermediate (Years 0-8)

From Year 8 student Katie Griggs, a very effective and attention-grabbing piece of artwork with a clear, succinct and powerful message.

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Special Merit Award: Bandhna Singh Bains and Bipandeep Kaur, Randwick Park School

From Bandhna Singh Bains and Bipandeep Kaur, Year 7 students at Randwick Partk School, Auckland this is an eye-catching and detailed work that combines different elements of creative writing and art to deliver a compelling message.

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Highly Commended: Ezekiel, Napier Intermediate School

Junior/Intermediate (Years 0-8)

Before you speak, Think

A well thought through message and a particularly effective use of a mnemonic. Good use of colour to frame and support a clear call to action.


Ezekiels art

Highly Commended: Ryan Hassall, Ruawai College

Junior/Intermediate (Years 0-8)

Bullying is not OK: buillies are not born they are made

An exceptional understanding of what bullying is, clearly expressed in an eye-catching piece of work from Year 8 student Ryan Hassall.


Highly Commended: Ella Mason, Casebrook Intermediate School

Junior/Intermediate (Years 0-8)

Spread Joy

A colourful and attention-grabbing work that simply and effectively contrasts the difference a bystander can make. From Ella Mason, Year 7 student.

Ella Mason