We're on a mission to brighten up isolation and inspire every child in the nation, with Healthy Young Minds

What Is Healthy Young Minds?

We've created a series of fun projects to open your children's imaginations and get them interested in STEM subjects by having a go at tackling some of society's biggest issues.

Why? Because children come up with the most amazing ideas! Just see last year's entries, done in collaboration with the James Dyson Foundation and Alzheimer's Research UK.

How To Take Part?

Whether at home or with your school, we're asking children aged 5-11 to have a go at one or all of our briefs.

All your child needs to do to take part is download one or all of our worksheets – and then use a pen (or a tablet if they're lucky enough) to create their ground-breaking idea.

Coronakid to the rescue!

Ready to be a virus-busting superhero, Coronakid?


Dyson's next big invention

You might have heard of Dyson for their vacuum cleaners. But did you know they invented their own ventilators in just ten days, to help hospitals treat more Coronavirus patients


Keep the UK's hands squeaky-clean

It's more important than ever to properly wash our hands. But it doesn't have to be boring!


Ready to be an ocean explorer?

We know less about the bottom of the ocean than we do about the moon! Isn't that crazy?


This Year's Submissions

Competition now closed.

Judging of this year's entries took place on 26th June 2020 and the panel were blown away by the standard of thinking, creativity and social awareness. The 12 winners have been notified and received their prizes.

Healthy Young Minds will return in early 2021 with new problems to solve.

Entries are now closed.