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National Water Week

20–26 October 2013

National Water Week aims to raise public awareness and improve understanding of water issues in Australia.

The theme for this year's National Water Week is "liveable communities".

 

Poster competition for primary school students

Bella Grigg (Grade 4, Geelong East Primary School) was runner-up in the Grade 3/4 category in this year's National Water Week poster competition. To see all the winning and runner-up posters, check out our Facebook page.

Our annual poster competition proved popular once again, with more than 450 entries from 16 primary schools throughout our region.

The best posters were displayed at the Geelong and Colac shows. Winners and runners up received art packs and had their posters printed onto canvas as keepsakes. The winning schools also recieved cash grants for water efficiency projects or educational materials.

  Facebook album: 2013 National Water Week poster competition

 

Winners and runners-up

Prep

1st

Mitch Bowtell

Queenscliff PS

2nd

Isabelle Korth

St Therese PS

3rd

Cameron Blackley

St Therese PS

Grade 1/2

1st

Bailey Drummond

Queenscliff PS

2nd

Emily Wood

Drysdale PS

3rd

Megan Fowler

Portarlington PS

Grade 3/4

1st

Elke McCausland

St Therese PS

2nd

Bella Grigg

South Geelong PS

3rd

Evie Bayes

St Therese PS

Grade 5/6

1st

Grant McLaren

Beeac PS

2nd

Maddi Karnilowicz

Geelong East PS

3rd

Sarah Bath

Geelong College