PowerPoint category

Take a look at the winning entries, special merit awards and those highly commended in the Bullying-Free Awards 2019, PowerPoint category.

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We asked students to produce a PowerPoint presentation to set out their understanding of bullying or express what bullying means to them.

Winner: Izzy & Indy, Pyres Pā School, Tauranga

Intermediate group (Years 7-8)

A comprehensive overview of the issue of bullying. Well structured and good, professional-looking design.


Winner: Lexis Morales & Marc Codeneira, Palmerston North Adventist Christian School

Junior group (Years 1-6)

An informative and comprehensive presentation demonstrating a solid understanding of their school's bullying prevention approach, using some good real-life examples.


Lexis & Marc: Palmerston North Adventist Christian School

Special merit: Harmony Faumuina, Randwick Park School, Auckland

Intermediate group (Years 7-8)

An eyecatching and comprehensive presentation with an inclusive and on-theme message.


Harmony Faumuina: Randwick Park School

Special merit: Hoani Wilson & Jack Dando, Te Poi School, Matamata

Junior group (Years 1-6)

A presentation that conveys a positive message of unity and a good explanation of their school's Stop, Walk, Talk strategy.

Highly commended: Theo Coats, Remi Baudet, Zac Waple-Longhurst & Joshua Billington, Richmond Road School, Auckland

Junior group (Years 1-6)

A highly original and entertaining presentation with an inventive use of stop-motion animation to portray a bullying scenario. A huge effort. Flick through quickly to get the full benefit of the stop-motion animation.

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Theo, Remi, Zac & Joshua: Richmond Road School

Highly commended: Oscar Martin, Charles Townley, Riley Gillett & Antoine Rabier, Richmond Road School, Auckland

Junior group (Years 1-6)

Great story-boarding with some good bystander examples that effectively tell a story of bystander behaviour.

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Charles, Riley, Oscar, Robin & Antoine: Richmond Road School