Stars School Challenge
For the 2017 National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence, many Australian schools took part in the Stars School Challenge. The Challenge reamins open until July 2017.
In support of Embracing 2018 and the One Million Stars to End Violence project, schools are invited to pledge to weave 200, 500 or 1000 stars.
The One Million Stars to End Violence project needs individuals, groups and communities to join in the conversation of ending violence across the world and to weave one million stars by July 2017, which will then be featured in an installation at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018).
Join now and become a star weaving school.
Each star woven will represent the school's commitment towards a bullying and violence free environment.
The stars made will also contribute to the striking public art installation as part of Festival 2018.
Once registered, schools will be committed to:
- assembling a team of weavers together to make 200, 500 or 1000 stars at their school on the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence
- posting photos and videos of the Stars School Challenge to social media using the hashtags #starsschoolchallenge #onemillionstars #bullyingnoway #embracing2018
- send the stars to Brisbane for the one million star installation by July 2017.
Register your school now for the Stars School Challenge.
For more information visit the One Million Stars to End Violence project