Check out the Winners!
We had an amazing response to the competition with hundreds upon hundreds upon hundreds of entries!
Congratulations to all of you!
Evie, Aged 10
My badge is inspired by my family because without them I'm pretty sure I wouldn't have got through this as well as I have.
Saffron, Aged 10
The badge inspired by my Head Mistress Sue Jepson. Representing her kind heart at the centre of our learning, surrounded by the children in the school she looks after, all 506 of them. My Head mistress contacted me during lock-down as she was the one who encouraged me to make my short-film about my daisy project that connected my neighbours together. Inspired by what I had done, she contacted all children, 506 at home and provided them with a template of a daisy and asked them to colour in the daisy to add words to the petals to describe what they are missing. Reassuring the children that the school are thinking about them all the time. She gives us all hope and help’s us celebrate what we have missed and what is important to us and even though we are at home, we are still one big family. She is my unsung hero as she has been at the heart of our entire home learning though the coronavirus pandemic. This can be said for other Head Teacher’s, Teacher’s, support staff and caretakers across all the schools in the United Kingdom.
Vismaya, Aged 5
Vismaya would like to thank the whole world for everything she got because she thinks everyone was a part of all the help she got including family,teachers, friends and postman who delivered her toys.
Sophia, Aged 6
My granny has been in and out of hospital the past year and the nurses at the hospital have been fantastic in looking after her. I’d like to say thank you to them all ❤️
Sarina, Aged 6
My badge is dedicated to Ms Hambrier. Ms Hambrier is my teacher in Year 1 and she is the best teacher in the world. She has made homeschooling so much fun, and I look forward to my weekly online reading lessons with her. I have missed her a lot and my sunflower drawing reminds me of her, as she is always happy and funny. Sunflowers are happy smiling flowers and the blue sky reminds me of summer time and more happiness. Ms Hambrier makes me laugh and smile and I can't wait to give her a big hug when it is allowed again.
Aston, Aged 9
My badge is inspired by Nana, she has looked after me during lockdown and she has made me safe and brightens me up. She works so hard and always has a massive smile on her face.
Florence Farmer, Aged 9
My teacher, Mr Harrison, is so much fun and slightly crazy and he's kept us all going through lockdown with his jokes and positive attitude and energy, even if he doesn't feel like it.
Carlos, Aged 6
"Thank you everyone" Everyone were brave these days deserves a big thank you.