Students aged 10-14 years old are encouraged to enter the 2022 Respect Stories competition.
To enter, students are invited to produce a short story, poem or essay of up to 1,000 words, or an illustration, exploring what respect means to them.
This is a great opportunity for students to reflect on and share their understanding of respect – while also encouraging parents and teachers to have open, ongoing and proactive conversations on this important issue.
Eight written and two illustrative winning entries will be published in a national Respect Stories book. The winners will also take home a $500 VISA gift card for themselves and one for their school.
Entries are now open and close on Sunday 14 August 2022. Winners will be announced in August 2022.
How to enter: Find out more about the competition rules, prizes and a list of frequently asked questions.
Competition Resources: Find helpful resources and advice for teachers and schools on how to encourage students to take part, including downloadable promotional material to share the Respect Stories competition with your community.