If you don't have your own hard copy you can always use the ePoster Microsoft Word template.
We have created this introduction based upon teacher feedback from past years; our aim is to provide ideas and inspiration to help you deliver the Inspiring Purpose programme in your school or youth setting.
Inspiring Purpose WW1 - Introductory Session
This file contains a suggested 1 hour ‘Launch Session’ for the Inspiring Purpose programme to introduce pupils to each section of the poster. You can find the accompanying presentation below.
Poster Values Activity
This worksheet has definitions for each of the values and qualities that pupils are asked to reflect upon in section 1 of the poster - ‘Virtues and Values’.
Accompanying PowerPoint Presentation
Presentation slides to accompany the ‘Launch Session’ above.
Download Power Point
A guide to key judging considerations. Please note: the aim of the programme is to inspire purpose in young people and we encourage teachers to send in posters completed by the young people who have experienced the most change during the programme. You can attach a note which will be taken into consideration during the judging process. Any queries pleased contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Tools and Resources
If you are looking for other organisations, competitions, programmes or external resources you can take a look at the links below. We’ve compiled a host of links that might be useful to enhance your class’ experience of the programme and compliment your work.
Never Such Innocence
Here you will find all of the extra forms and resources that you might need throughout delivering the programme including Returns forms and certificates for once you have finished the programme! You can choose to hold your own awards and judging in-school if you wish – all of the judging criteria can be found below.