The Sovereign Art Foundation (SAF) Students Prizes are annual awards that celebrate the importance of art in the education system and recognise the quality of artworks produced by secondary-school students across the world. The first Students Prize was established in 2012 in Hong Kong, followed by Students Prizes in Bahrain, Guernsey, the Isle of Man, the United Kingdom, Malta, Mauritius, Portugal and Singapore. The Students Prizes invite teachers from secondary schools to nominate their best art students to submit artworks online. A judging panel of local art professionals then shortlist the 20 best artworks to be exhibited in a public space. Here, the judges return to select one artwork to be awarded a Judges Prize and members of the public determine the winner of the Public Vote Prize by casting votes for their favourite work. The winning students receive cash prizes and trophies, their school art departments also receive cash grants to be used to for the wider benefit of all students and their creative pursuits.