By getting your young people involved, they will:
Select and research an SDG that needs your attention. Progress your teamworking skills, through brainstorming and collaborating with your peers.
Explore the Micro-Tyco method with your team, think entrepreneurially to come up with an innovative solution to your chosen SDG.
Collaborate with our corporate partners, who will provide expert feedback and guidance on your innovations.
In response to feedback, adapt and improve your existing idea. Consider your idea’s feasibility, making creative decisions to overcome any barriers.*
Submit your final idea, to be considered to present at The Micro-Tyco finals in front of a judging panel of representatives from global leading brands.
The top-performing teams will then be shortlisted to attend The WildHearts Awards Ceremony, which has previously been held at The Houses of Parliament.
*The competition element of the programme runs from January to May, with the Finals being held in May. Some schools complete the programme out with this time frame, and still enjoy a valuable learning experience. They also receive a certificate of participation.
However slides submitted out with this time frame would not receive feedback from our corporate partners and would not be involved in the National Finals. To compete in the competition, and receive feedback from our Partners, initial submissions must be entered by 28th March.