Brainy Bunch Competition

We passionately believe in the power of PE, sport and physical activity to improve lives. 

The Brainy Bunch Competition!

Create a poster with your tops tips for wellbeing
Submit your entry and be in with a chance of winning some great prizes!

The Competition

We want you to create an A4 poster that includes your top tips for wellbeing. What do you do that makes you happy? How do you boost your mood if you are feeling sad? Consider brainstorming your thoughts around these questions and then picking some activities to include on your poster. The great thing about this competition is by doing it you will be improving your own wellbeing and by sharing it you will be helping others too!

The Prizes

There will be 3 categories:

Age 7 and under

Age 8 to 11

Age 12 and over

The winners in each category will receive a copy of the Brainy Bunch Book and a Go Well Activity Pack.

The runners up in each category will receive a copy of the Brainy Bunch Book.

An overall winner will be chosen who will win a workshop for their class delivered by Hannah, Liz and a member of the Go Well Team!

How to enter

Take a picture of your poster, making sure it has your name and age on the front and email it to

The closing date for entries will be 5pm on Friday 19th February 2021.

How winners will be chosen

Liz Million (illustrator) will be the judge of the competition.

Top tips and resources from Liz Million:

Brainy Bunch illustrator Liz Million has provided some Top Tips in the video above (4min30 onwards) and there are some fab workouts sheets below you can download to help you with your poster design.

About the Brainy Bunch

The Brainy Bunch are a quirky, fun, family of characters that Hannah developed as a teaching aid to help children understand what is going on inside their brains. Each unique character represents one of the brain chemicals or one of the parts of the brain.

The Brainy Bunch characters are used alongside practical learning activities to highlight the effect of these brain chemicals and allow them to experience them for themselves.

As the characters begin to be brought to life in an interactive way for children, they help them to understand how to be able to control their amazing brains, how to manufacture more of the chemicals that they need and how to manage the unhelpful ones.

You can find out more about the Brainy Bunch through the Free Short Course available here.

You can find out more information about the Brainy Bunch Book here.

You can find out more about Team Up Kids for schools here.

The Brainy Bunch Competition is brought to you by:

Hannah Bell (creator of the Brainy Bunch, author of the Brainy Bunch book, collaborator of the Team Up Kids)

Liz Million (illustrator of the Brainy Bunch book)

Ourselves here at Go Well (collaborators and deliverers of Team Up Kids)