WWF TIGER STORYWRITING SCHOOLS COMPETITION- TERMS AND CONDITIONS
WWF’S Code of Competition Conduct:
1. The competition is open to pupils who are UK residents, attending a UK school and who are aged between 7 and 11 on the closing date of the competition – by 5pm on Friday 10th February 2017.
2. Entrants are required to write and submit a short story (max of 500 words) about the tiger that appears in WWF’s TV advert – it can either be about the tiger before it is wounded and meets the family, or it can be about its journey after it leaves the family.
3. Any contact details supplied will be used solely for administering the competition and will not be published or provided to any third party without the explicit permission of either the Head Teacher of the entering school or the teacher within the school responsible for their participation in the competition.
4. All winners will require the consent of their parent or legal guardian to receive their prize. By accepting the prize on the winner’s behalf, the school confirms that it has obtained the consent of the child’s parent or legal guardian to receive their prize.
5. The deadline for receiving entries is 5pm on Friday 10th February 2017. Any entries received after this deadline will not be considered.
6. Only entries that comply with all entry instructions will be accepted.
7. A representative of the entrant’s school must submit the entry on the pupil’s behalfand by doing so agrees and accepts:
i. these terms and conditions;
ii. that WWF-UK may publish competition entries both in print and online, including on their websites, social media channels, and for PR purposes;
iii. that the winning pupil(s) may be invited to participate in publicity arising from this competition.
8. Entries will be accepted on the competition form, downloaded from www.wwf.org.uk/iptschools. The short story can be submitted using the competition 2 form or on separate A4 sheets of paper as long as the competition form is attached to the entry.
9. Competition entries should be sent, either:
i. by post to, Tiger Story Writing Competition, c/o Kellie Rollings, Schools and Youth Team, WWF-UK, The Living Planet Centre, Rufford House, Brewery Road, Woking, Surrey GU21 4LL or
ii. as a digital scan by email to email@example.com flagging, Tiger Story Writing Competition as the subject line.
10. If files are too large to be sent via email, these can be sent via ‘we transfer’http://wetransfer.com. This is a free service for sending files up to 2GB in size. You will be asked for an email to send your file to, please use firstname.lastname@example.org
11. In all cases, all details on the entry form must be completed, including pupil name, age, class, school name, address and school contact with whom WWF should liaise.
12. WWF takes no responsibility for late entries, or entries not successfully uploaded.
13. Entries must be the original work of the entrant(s) and not copied from any other source.
14. The judging panel will select one winning entry and three runners up from the entries received by the competition deadline, 5pm on Friday 10th February 2017.
15. The decision of the judges is final and at the absolute discretion of WWF’s panel. No correspondence will be entered into.16. The winning entry will receive their very own personalised tiger story book from WWF, along with a £500 book voucher for their school. The runners up will receive a cuddly tiger soft toy plus goody7 bag from WWF.
17. The winner will be contacted by email or telephone. If the winning individual/school cannot be contacted after reasonable attempts have been made, WWF reserves the right to offer the prize to another competition entrant.
18. WWF reserves the right to cancel this competition without notice at any stage if it is deemed necessary at the absolute discretion of WWF or where events beyond its control prevent proper administration of the competition.
19. The competition is administered by WWF-UK.
20. These terms and conditions and any disputes arising out of them shall be governed by and construed in accordance with English law.
21. The promoter and data controller of this competition is WWF-UK, The Living Planet Centre, Rufford House, Brewery Road, Woking, Surrey GU21 4LL.