Year 7 are taking part in a national competition to celebrate World Religions Day but we are opening the competition up to all year groups. The competition has been set by the RE magazine, RE Today. Winning pieces may even end up in their magazine!
The challenge is to design and create a logo for ‘World Religions Day’ that represents its’ key message ‘respect for all’. Think about how your logo would look on a t-shirt or a mug!
You will need a short paragraph with your logo to briefly explain how your logo represents the key message.
Make it as beautiful, interesting, respectful and wonderful as you can. It doesn’t matter what your own religion or belief is, we are interested in shared ideas for all humans.
Here are some examples of artwork that may inspire your logo.
My sculpture has three hands together. It is called ‘Faith in the Future’. People who are different can share the world and live together. We can all help people to respect each other.”
“My picture shows a girl who is shy. People think she is just a grey person but in her imagination it is full colour, with unicorns! You can’t always see a person’s spiritual side. Even when we look ordinary on the outside, our spirits can be lively, exciting and burning with life. You have to listen really carefully to people if you want to know them for real.”
All year 8-11 logos to be emailed to Miss Hollier or Miss Brooks by Friday 29th January!
We can’t wait to see them and display all of your amazing work in future newsletters!
Teacher of RE