Emotion Works Recovery Programme

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To help us gather and share the impact of the Emotion Works Recovery Programme on children’s emotional learning and wellbeing we’re very excited to be running our first ever #CogLearning competition.

Each school taking part in the Recovery Programme is invited to submit up to 3 pieces of work that showcase learning about any of the first 5 cogs, cog links or the 5-part model.

The competition is open for submissions until Friday 27th November, and the winner and runners-up will be announced week beginning Monday 30th November.

Some ideas:
A story, book review, poem, song … painting, drawing, art appreciation piece, group artwork…poster set, wall display, model making… science or social science piece… dance, drama, performance, video recording, animation…
 
…or feel free to come up with an idea of your own.

Rules:

The slide above summarises the main rules for the competition.

A full list of rules and information on how to submit your entry can be found on our specially created facebook group Emotion Works Competition Page.  

 

Prizes:
First place will win a set of 5 Playground Cogs
10 runners-up will win our 30cm Cog card sets
 
All winning entries will be showcased in our competition gallery on the Recovery Programme along with a further collection of ‘highly commended’ pieces of work.

The Submission Methods

Good Luck

We’re looking forward to seeing your entries.

Please use the ‘CLICK HERE’ button to access the Facebook Submission Page created for this competition.

For any schools who don’t have anyone who uses Facebook, you can submit your entry using the comment section below. Please provide a brief introduction to provide some context about your piece of work, then upload a photo. Alternatively you can provide a video link to youtube or another platform you use, or paste in a blog link to your school website.

If you have any problems with submitting or uploading entries please email office@emotionworks.org.uk

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