Get involved in National Eye Health Week

KS1 and KS2: Teachers, Headteachers
Encourage your pupils to design a poster to raise awareness about the importance of eye health

To mark this year’s National Eye Health Week, 24-30 September, the Oxfordshire Vision Strategy Group is launching a poster competition for children in key stage 1 and 2 to help raise awareness about the importance of eye health.

The competition will be split into different age groups, and the winning posters will be displayed in health care settings across the county. There will also be a prize for the winning poster

Competition rules

  • open to all children in key stage 1 and 2
  • posters should be size A4
  • the closing date for posters is 9 April 2018
  • the theme must be around eye health. Here are some suggestions:
    • Your vision matters
    • Get your eyes tested
    • Eat right for good sight
    • Smoking and sight loss
    • Diabetes and sight loss
    • Glaucoma and sight loss
    • Are your eyes happy eyes
    • Protecting your eyes from UV light

Posters will be judged by the Oxfordshire Vision Strategy group and the winning poster will be announced in the summer term.

Send your completed posters to:

Poster competition
Oxfordshire Association for the Blind
Bradbury Lodge
Gordon Woodward Way

Make sure you include the name, age, address of the child and a contact telephone number on the back of the poster.