Stories on Values - by Children for Children

Human Values Foundation: Stories on Values Competition

The Human Values Foundation (HVF) is a foundation that supplies materials to schools to help embed a positive values culture. It was formed in 1994 to encourage, promote and develop human values among young people through its educational programmes, publications, exhibitions, conferences and staff exploration sessions. The HVF is a non-denominational and independent body, which does not represent or work on behalf of any particular religion or spiritual interest.

Their mission is to develop, promote and encourage an uplifting education process for children, teachers and all who look after children; to provide universal resources that foster lasting values, which contribute to an integrated, ethical, moral, emotional, social and spiritual education.

The Human Values Foundation’s Stories on Values competition is being held to mark World Values Day, 20 October 2016.  The competition is open to children between the ages of 7 to 11. The stories can be fictional or based on real experiences.   The stories must be scanned and emailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 14 October 2016.  For more information on topics to choose from and prizes for the winning stories.

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