Terms and Conditions Secondary

Terms and Conditions Secondary

All valid entries must be under the theme of internet safety and must fulfil the relevant competition category guidelines

• The promoter is Webwise, PDST, Invent, Dublin City University, Dublin 9
• Closing date for entries is 5pm on Tuesday 5th March 2019.
• There is a prize to attend a secret gig in an exclusive Dublin venue for approx. 8 participants and 2 accompanying teachers per winning school for the following competitions: The Arts Award- Poster Competition, Writing Competition, Music Competition, The Campaign Award- Best Overall Campaign, Most Effective Anti-Bullying Campaign, The Techwise Award- Social Media, Best Use of Technology, Best Video.

• Prize will include a gig and presentation of award at the SID 2019 Awards in Dublin

• The SID Awards gig will take place in Dublin on a school day. Date and Venue will be confirmed in February.

• Places are limited per winner – Up to 8 students and 2 adults may attend the awards per winning entry
• There is also a category exclusively for Safer Internet Day Ambassadors – this leadership award looks at both their commitment to the programme and the Safer Internet Day campaign they led in their school.

• Competition entry varies so please check the competition guidelines carefully. You can submit your entry via the email address provided: internetsafety@pdst.ie, or via the Google Form. You can also send additional videos or pictures to support your entry to the email address: internetsafety@pdst.ie carefully stating the competition and name of your school.

• Competition is open to Secondary schools and students of Republic of Ireland only.

• Competition is open to second-level schools/institutions (community and youth groups can also enter) and individuals in the case of the SID Ambassador Leadership Award.
• Overall winners will be announced within two weeks of the closing date

• If for any reason the winner cannot be contacted within 1 week of being announced. Another winner will be selected by the judging panel.
• This competition is open from 5 pm on Wednesday 23rd January 2019.
• The promoter will have no responsibility for any additional costs associated with the prize (including travel to and from the venue).

• Any prize is as stated in any messaging or promotions advertising such competition. No cash or other alternative will be offered and prizes are non-transferable. The promoter retains the right to substitute the prize with another prize of similar value in the event the original prize offered is not available.
• Employees or agents of the PDST, any associated group companies, prize sponsor and or agencies associated with this competition and their immediate families are ineligible to enter. Any such entries will be invalid. 
• Entry to the competition is free. No purchase is necessary. 
• A valid entry must be submitted via the relevant channels as stated on the competition guidelines of each category.
• An independent panel of judges will will pick the winning entry in each competition from valid entries received. The decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
• The promoter is excluded from liability for any loss, damage or injury which might occur to the winner arising from his or her acceptance of the prize. 
• The winner may be required to participate in unpaid promotional related publicity undertaken by the promoter or its associated companies.
• By entering this competition you are agreeing that any submissions made become the property of Webwise.

• Competition entries may be used for further promotional activities, including but not limited to: online advertising, promotion on social media and via webwise.ie’s websites.

• The winning entries will be displayed on webwise.ie and other associated websites and social media channels

• Winning entries may also be used for further promotional purposes via third party stakeholders
• Entry to this promotion shall be deemed full and unconditional acceptance of the terms & conditions. 
• The promoter reserves the right to amend these terms and conditions. 
• These terms and conditions shall be governed by the laws of Ireland and subject to the jurisdiction of the Irish Courts. 
• The promoter shall not be liable for any failure to stage the competition on the date provided in these terms and conditions as a result of circumstances outside the promoter’s control including, but not limited to, acts of God, war, riots, explosion, abnormal weather conditions, fire, flood, Government action, strikes, lockouts, delay by third parties, accidents and shortages of materials, labour or facilities. 
• No responsibility is taken for entries that are lost, delayed, misdirected or incomplete or cannot be delivered or entered for any technical or other reason. Proof of delivery of the entry is not proof of receipt. 
• Prize is subject to availability.

• All entries must be original work by individuals involved and must not infringe on copyright/trademark rights

• Entries can be submitted in English or Irish

• All entries must be new work – created for Safer Internet Day 2019.

• Right to cancel the Competition: We have the right to cancel the Competition or change the Prizes or Competition Rules without notice and without liability to any entrant. In the event we do not receive enough Entries by the Closing Date or if we are prevented from awarding any prize(s) or continuing with the Competition as contemplated herein for any reason, we shall have the right to modify, suspend, or terminate the Competition.

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