The contest provides a great opportunity to learn about people living with blindness and sight problems in developing countries. Each year, the awards receive thousands of outstanding entries from more than 200 primary schools nationwide.
We want as many children as possible, from junior infants through to 6th class, to take part, and our theme is designed to include people of every capacity. We encourage teachers to use our curriculum-linked lesson plan to provide an age-appropriate, deeper understanding of the work represented by the theme.
Entry packs are posted to schools in September. Find out more.