Thank you so much to everyone who entered our 2018 Think Kind Student Competition. We have received so many well-written essays, cute drawings and smart videos, which made the judging process extremely hard…
… but we’ve chosen our 10 favourite projects and you have helped to select the People’s Choice winner – Olivia Doughty from Kaikoura Suburban School. Her school has received $1000 (courtesy of Linda McCartney).
There are no losers in this competition! Everyone received a certificate and a little gift. We are sure that everyone had fun working on the projects and learning about the food we eat, how it impacts our health, environment and the animals. Thank you to the parents, teachers and all students for your participation.
Keep an eye on our website as we will run the competition again!
Winners of the 2018 Think Kind Competition:
Take Action – Berkley Middle School
We Can Change The Footprint – Dogfighting – Hastings Girls High School
Can We Better Protect The Marine Mammals Of Kaikoura? – Kaikoura Suburban School
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Vegan Speech – Napier Girls’ High School
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Our week Vegan – Ponsonby Primary School
Stop Cruelty to pigs – Springbank School
St Joseph’s School Pukekohe – Letter to L’Oreal
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St Joseph’s School Pukekohe -Think Kind – Monsters aren’t Real but Humans are!
St Joseph’s School Pukekohe – Website by Davina and Hope
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Spark – Wellington East Girl’s College
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