Poster Competition is extended to 25th May 2020 for new entries!

2020 theme: Celebrate our differences and create a colourful world


This national competition is open to all primary schools across Australia and coincides with the National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence in March. The aim of the competition is to raise awareness of bullying and to assist schools and organisations to identify and address bullying behaviours in their communities. In 2019, over 38,000 students registered to take part with thousands of posters sent in for judging.


How to get involved

Register your school or your child

Stage 1:
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Create your posters

Stage 2:
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Finalists announced

Stage 3:
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Awards Ceremony

Stage 4:
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Why enter?

Participating schools have expressed that the competition helps them engage young people in a dialogue about bullying and allows them to address issues that would have otherwise gone unnoticed.


We are pleased to again partner with Faber-Castell for this competition, so when your school and students enter, you become eligible for some great prizes including:

  • National Winner receives holiday accommodation on the NSW South Coast + a large Faber-Castell gift hamper + a Faber-Castell gift pack for their class
  • Major finalists each receive a Faber-Castell gift pack plus further Highly Commended prizes to be given
  • Schools with a 100% participation rate go into a draw to receive Interrelate’s Bullying Awareness Program for FREE + a large Faber-Castell hamper
  • All schools who register go into a draw for a large Faber-Castell hamper + a FREE webinar on a topic of your choice from Interrelate's area of expertise (puberty, bullying, resilience, diversity, cybersafety etc)
Looking for inspiration?


View our 2019 Finalist gallery


Hear from our 2019 Winner, Isabella Sinanovski


“Congratulations to Interrelate for getting behind a great cause and spreading such a positive message. Looking forward to what the future brings.”
Michelle Gorgioski Dravec, Teacher at Mt Pritchard Public School

“Thank you for such a great photo! We are so proud to have had Ayaa attend the special ceremony as a finalist. Looking forward to participating in next year’s competition.” Hala Abdulkader, Teacher at Salamah College

“Well, what can you say, what a great setting for this presentation. Fantastic Government House, the harbour… beautiful day in Sydney and all I can say is please keep this going. It’s so important for the youth and kids. Thanks.” Keith Fyfe, parent


Competition enquiries

All school submissions should be accompanied by an entry form and be sent to:

Interrelate, Schools Competition
PO Box 6307, Baulkham Hills
NSW 1755

For all competition enquiries please contact, or if you would like your school/organisation to benefit from one of our school programs call 1300 473 528.