FBD Farm Safe Champions

Recognising excellence in farm safety learning

The FBD Farm Safe Champions are those individuals and schools who have demonstrated excellence during their Farm Safe Schools journey. 

FBD Farm Safe Regional Champions

Is there a child in your school / class who is going above and beyond in their Farm Safe Schools coursework?  If so, why not nominate them for one of our FBD Farm Safe Champion Regional Champion awards, kindly supported by the FBD Trust.
With this award we want to recognise those children who are doing exemplary work. The award is open to all schools who are taking part and is not specific to those schools aiming for Star or Superstar status.
When: Winners chosen over the course of the programme
Who: One child per region, per month, nominated by their school or teacher (April/May)
How: Submit your nominations to the online below Prize: Each winner will receive a certificate of achievement and a family day pass to Dublin ZooNote: Please notify us on your nomination regarding use of child's image, details etc in line with school's  Acceptable Usage Policy (AUP) and security protocols.

FBD Farm Safe School National Champion

With this award we want to recognise those Farm Safe Superstar schools who have done exceptional work and demonstrated their student’s exemplary work by making them our FBD Farm Safe Schools National Champions
When: Winners selected at the end of the programme (June, pre-summer holidays).
Who: Schools’ who qualify under the programme criteria for Farm Safe Superstar Schools. One National Champion and one runner-up will be selected.
How: School selected based on their accreditation submission and work displayed. Submissions can be either online or by post.
Prize: €2000 for the National Champion and €500 to the Runner-Up Prize fund to be invested into the wellbeing of the children in the school, eg. Sports facilities, art supplies, etc.

Why Enter:

  • Rewarding children’s innovation, passion and commitment to farm safety.
  • Recognising the achievements of a school and it’s students.
  • Promoting the school’s achievements to local community and instilling in the children to create awareness and drive change in their homes and communities.
  • Encouraging parents and families to learn from their children in recognising their achievement.