Sunshine Coast Get Ready Schools Competition 2020

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Council is committed to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of residents and visitors to the region through working with all stakeholders involved in community safety. Council recognises building a region resilient to disasters is a shared responsibility between all levels of government, business community, non-government sector, our neighbourhoods and the individual.

Community engagement

Safety education starts with our youngest community members. As part of the Sunshine Coast Get Ready Schools program council invites primary students (Prep to 6) to help tell our local communities how to best to prepare for disasters. This gives them the chance to win great prizes. Council's Sunshine Coast Get Ready Schools program is a State and National award winning campaign.

To enter the competition, submit a 30 second video that encourages our community to have a disaster “WHAT-IF PLAN”.

Competition details:

Entrants must provide/upload with their video:

  • a description (up to 250 words), describing the intent of the video, how you (the students) developed the message, and who you engaged with during the development of the video
  • a completed consent form with parental (or guardian), and school consent to enter the competition.

Once you have entered, your video will appear in the Sunshine Coast Get Ready Schools Competition video library.

Entries for the 2020 competition is now CLOSED


Jorja & Portia with teacher Beth Kunkel and Mayor Jameison at the launch of their commercialBrightwater State School year 6 students, Jorja Benjamin and Portia Gould (pictured here with teacher Beth Kunkel and Mayor Mark Jameison) at the launch of the 2019 winners commercial.


2020 Winners

We are delighted to announce our winner of the 2020 Sunshine Coast Get Ready Schools Competition!

Well done to grade five students from team Joey Stars at St Joseph's Primary School for their “Home Among The Gumtrees – WHAT-IF-PLAN Remix

Contact

For more information contact Sunshine Coast Council’s Disaster Management team on (07) 5475 7272 or email SCC.DisasterManagement@sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au.

This project is supported by the State of Queensland’s ‘Get Ready Queensland’ program.


Council is committed to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of residents and visitors to the region through working with all stakeholders involved in community safety. Council recognises building a region resilient to disasters is a shared responsibility between all levels of government, business community, non-government sector, our neighbourhoods and the individual.

Community engagement

Safety education starts with our youngest community members. As part of the Sunshine Coast Get Ready Schools program council invites primary students (Prep to 6) to help tell our local communities how to best to prepare for disasters. This gives them the chance to win great prizes. Council's Sunshine Coast Get Ready Schools program is a State and National award winning campaign.

To enter the competition, submit a 30 second video that encourages our community to have a disaster “WHAT-IF PLAN”.

Competition details:

Entrants must provide/upload with their video:

  • a description (up to 250 words), describing the intent of the video, how you (the students) developed the message, and who you engaged with during the development of the video
  • a completed consent form with parental (or guardian), and school consent to enter the competition.

Once you have entered, your video will appear in the Sunshine Coast Get Ready Schools Competition video library.

Entries for the 2020 competition is now CLOSED


Jorja & Portia with teacher Beth Kunkel and Mayor Jameison at the launch of their commercialBrightwater State School year 6 students, Jorja Benjamin and Portia Gould (pictured here with teacher Beth Kunkel and Mayor Mark Jameison) at the launch of the 2019 winners commercial.


2020 Winners

We are delighted to announce our winner of the 2020 Sunshine Coast Get Ready Schools Competition!

Well done to grade five students from team Joey Stars at St Joseph's Primary School for their “Home Among The Gumtrees – WHAT-IF-PLAN Remix

Contact

For more information contact Sunshine Coast Council’s Disaster Management team on (07) 5475 7272 or email SCC.DisasterManagement@sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au.

This project is supported by the State of Queensland’s ‘Get Ready Queensland’ program.


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Community voting has now closed for the 2020 Get Ready School's Competition.

    Finalists have been selected and judged by a panel of emergency services and disaster management experts. Finalists were publicly voted and a winner has been announced.

    View finalist entries

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