The CICbeyond Wellbeing Challenge 2021

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An opportunity for Aussie students to generate bold ideas that reimagine wellbeing in their school in 2022.


Who: Yr 5-9 Students from across Australia. Unlimited student numbers and year levels welcome from registered schools.


When: Any time(s) between the 15th Nov – 17th Dec 2021. The program is made up of 4 sessions, totalling 3hrs. These sessions can be completed in a half day, spread across 4 weeks, or anything in between.


What: Students work in teams of 2-3 to generate an idea to enhance the wellbeing of their school community in 2022.


How (the ideation process): A 4-step CIC recipe, with all resources provided for seamless teacher facilitation. Teachers can also add their own ingredients. 


In-person and virtual (remote delivery) models are available.


How (the idea submit): Ideas are submitted via the Suggest it website; a positive, private platform for students to share their wellbeing idea back with their school. Schools will receive a consolidated ideas catalogue upon their program completion.


Partners: We are proud to have Swisse and One in Five as initiating partners for this program.


Full terms and conditions can be found here.

If you would like to know more please email matt@crazyideascollege.com

The Challenge Overview.

Sign-Up

* indicates required
Year Level(s)

An opportunity for Aussie students to generate bold ideas that reimagine wellbeing in their school in 2022.


Who: Yr 5-9 Students from across Australia. Unlimited student numbers and year levels welcome from registered schools.


When: Any time(s) between the 15th Nov – 17th Dec 2021. The program is made up of 4 sessions, totalling 3hrs. These sessions can be completed in a half day, spread across 4 weeks, or anything in between.


What: Students work in teams of 2-3 to generate an idea to enhance the wellbeing of their school community in 2022.


How (the ideation process): A 4-step CIC recipe, with all resources provided for seamless teacher facilitation. Teachers can also add their own ingredients. 


In-person and virtual (remote delivery) models are available.


How (the idea submit): Ideas are submitted via the Suggest it website; a positive, private platform for students to share their wellbeing idea back with their school. Schools will receive a consolidated ideas catalogue upon their program completion.


Partners: We are proud to have Swisse and One in Five as initiating partners for this program.


If you would like to know more please email matt@crazyideascollege.com

The Challenge Overview.