Powerpoint category

Take a look at the winning entries, special merit awards and those highly commended in the Bullying-Free Awards 2018, PowerPoint category

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We asked students to make a write an essay, a speech, or produce a piece of writing or artwork to express what bullying means to them.

Winner: Kate Timbers, Gina Devcich, Grace Coxhead & Molly O'Sullivan, Sacred Heart Girls' College, Hamilton

Senior group (Years 9-13)

 

Sacred Heart Girls College cyber bullying

Sacred Heart Girls' College, Hamilton

A clear, well-structured and informed PowerPoint focusing on cyberbullying and what steps young people can take.

Winner: Maddie Laing, Oaklands School, Christchurch

Intermediate group (Years 7-8)

 

Oaklands

Oaklands School, Christchurch

A sharp presentation that used clean and clear design to give a comprehensive summary of the school's bullying prevention activities.

Winner: Caiden Clements, Apanui School, Whakatane

Junior group (Years 1-6)

 

Caeden Apanui School

Caiden Clements, Apanui School, Whakatane

A clear and informed presentation that conveys an important message or friendship and kindness.

Special Merit: Keisha Sivan, Year 8, Randwick Park School, Auckland

Intermediate group (Year 7-8)

A well presented and informative presentation that demonstrated a depth of understanding about the issue of bullying.

Randwick

Keisha Sivan, Year 8, Randwick Park School

Highly Commended: Louie Gilbert, Year 6, Parkview School, Christchurch

Junior Group (Years 1-6)

A comprehensive PowerPoint that demonstrates an in-depth understanding of the issues set out in a clear and attractive presentation.

Louie Gilbert

Louie Gilbert, Parkview School, Christchurch

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