Congratulations to the 50 selected entrants whose pieces were chosen to be published in #ThePrimarySchoolYellowBook! A copy of the creative wellbeing resource will soon be handed to every student in the 5 schools, to be used as a wellbeing support resource and textbook.

Over 1,000 creative entries, inspired by the brief #IFeelBetterWhen, were submitted by pupils from the 5 schools on World Mental Health Day. From these, 3 pieces from each class were selected to be displayed online and along #TheYellowBookRoad!  The Yellow Book Road Gallery launched for #ChildrensMentalHealthWeek and showcased all of the shortlisted pieces in 15 shop windows along Bell Street, Knight Street & Church Street in Sawbridgeworth.

Enjoy those pieces selected to feature in #TheYellowBookRoad Gallery here…

Next, the assessment team had the challenging job of selecting 50 pieces, 10 from each school from all the amazing entries to be published in The Sawbridgeworth Primary School Yellow Book. A further piece from each school was also selected to become the cover art to their schools version of The Audio Yellow Book.

We extend thanks to the assessors who took the time to assess all the fantastic entries from the school – click to find out more about them – Caroline Stevens, Director, Herts Inclusive Theatre (HIT) – Chris Lydamore, Museum Curator, Bishop’s Stortford Museum – Chrissie Richards, Artist – Laura Burns, Centre Director of Courtyard Arts – Rhys Thomas, Theatre Director and East Herts Arts Advisor – Sarah Holmes: Freelance photographer

Congratulations to all those selected from each school and thank you for #CreativelyExpressingWellbeing!

During Mental Health Awareness Week we released one schools selections each day! Click the images below to enjoy: