Watford FC proudly announces their anti-bullying poster competition winners!!
The Hornets were delighted to support Anna Kennedy Online’s Give Us A Break campaign during the recent Anti-Bullying Week.
To help promote the campaign, they ran a competition which asked young people to design their own anti-bullying posters, and after a great response, they were delighted that the judges have chosen the winners below.
Competition entries were split into two different age groups: a 0-10 category and an 11-16 group, with one winning design chosen by Watford FC staff and representatives from Anna Kennedy Online for each age group.
Congratulations to the winners Logan age 10 and Daniel age 11 – these two winning designs will be turned into posters which will then be signed by the first-team squad!
Please see below the amazing entries and what inspired them to create their artwork…
Logan age 10
The 0-10 winner was Logan.
Daniel age 11
The 11-16 winner was Daniel.
“It is very important to spread the message that bullying is wrong and it really hurts people.
By standing together we can help each other to beat bullies but maybe also help them too.
It is also important to understand why people bully as they may have secret problems and we together could offer them the hand of friendship and help them.”
Jacob age 8
Matilda age 8
Eden age 8
Dylan age 6
Second in the 0-10 categories was Dylan.
“I wanted put a shield up against the bullies to show that their behaviour won’t stop my from thinking and doing happy things”
Alexus age 13
The second place in the 11-16 categories was Alexus.
Henry age 5
“Henry’s love of Harry Hornet meant he was always going to be used in the poster.
But Henry also said Harry is always happy and nice and he would listen to Harry if he said bullying was bad!”
Jessica age 8
Patrick age 9
Sophia age 8
The third place in the 0-10 was Sophia.
“Sophia says she was reminded of when her best friend was being bullied by a class mate. She didn’t like the idea of people being bullied and wants everyone to be kind.”
Lillian age 12
The third place in the 11-16 categories was Lillian.
Kaidan age 7
“Kaidan was inspired to share his own experiences and not wanting others to feel the way he did.
He wanted it to be easy to remember so people could help each other to be kind.
He wanted the Watford badge in it to show that they were against bullying too.”