Thank you for all the good news stories shared this week! It's wonderful to see so much positivity on the Hub!
Our Primary winner this week is genuine_cat of Hammond Junior School, who took time to clearly explain the importance of applauding our NHS and how it contributes to our feeling of unity. You can watch footage of this on our daily update page!
Our Secondary winner is free_iceberg of Ormiston Sudbury Academy, who gave a very thoughtful explanation of how one girl's attempt to write to people was having a positive impact on others, and importantly, is encouraging others to connect with each other in a variety of ways beyond a screen!
Well done to both of you and to everyone who took part. Our next competition is going live shortly!
There are plenty of good news stories at the moment as people are coming together to help others as the world faces lots of new challenges.
This week's competition asks you to share a good news story that has come during this uncertain time, and explain why it's good news.
This may be a something you've read in a newspaper, watched on the television/internet, seen on social media, or even witnessed yourself in your daily life!
It's OK if you post the same story as someone else, just make sure you explain in your own words why it was a good news story!
In your entry, try to:
Describe the good news story - e.g. "I read/saw that...."
Provide a link to it, if you can - e.g. https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/51924024
Explain why it was a good news story - by describing the impact it has had on people, or how it has made you feel, or any other reason you think is good to share!
e.g. '"This is an example of good news because.../ It made me feel.... / It shows that...."
The competition closes on 27th March at 10.30am. Good luck!