The Premier League Wellbeing Stars challenge is now closed.
We asked children to carry out a 'Wellbeing Week' and do five things to help other people's wellbeing. Friends of Premier League Primary Stars, such as Karim Zeroual and Dermot O'Leary also shared their motivational messages.
We have received lots of fantastic Wellbeing Weeks and we'd like to thank everyone who took part in this social action challenge.
We'll be in touch with teachers and parents/carers who took part soon!
TV presenter and DJ Lauren Layfield introduced the challenge.
Audio described version and transcript available.
Key information about the challenge
- The challenge is now closed. The challenge took place from 15 March 2021 - 20 April 2021.
- Submissions will be reviewed during May 2021.
- We'll be in touch by Friday 4 June 2021 to let you know whether one of your submissions has been selected to appear in the calendar or to receive another reward!
- All participating schools will be rewarded for their efforts with a copy of the Premier League Wellbeing Stars school calendar, which will showcase a selection of pupils' social action work.
- Three lucky schools will also receive an exclusive visit from the Premier League Trophy as a reward for participating in the challenge.
- There were virtual appearances and messages from surprise Premier League guests and famous faces to keep schools motivated and inspired to take action.
- The first 50 schools submitting their pupils' work will receive a Premier League Primary Stars book box.
- All teachers who submitted their pupils' Wellbeing Week templates will receive a Class Values Pack, filled with posters and stickers to reward their pupils.
Full terms and conditions are available.
This challenge is now closed.