Registrations are not required in order to participate in the Wool4School competition; however we recommend that teachers register their school and class so they can receive their free resource pack and also remain in the Wool4School database to receive relevant updates about the competition.
Absolutely! Students can register outside of school participation and will have equal access to online resources as students participating with their school.
Year levels 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 can enter the competition. Students need to be in these year groups in order to participate.
All entries from all age groups must be submitted by July 26, 2017.
Entries must be uploaded as a PDF, JPEG, PNG or Microsoft Word file format and cannot exceed 10MB. If larger, you will be required to split up your entry and upload twice. The Submission page is available November 30, 2017; follow the step-by-step instructions to upload your submission.
Unfortunately you can only submit a digital version through the website. Entries sent in hard copy will not be included in the competition. Please note if you do not have access to a scanner, we will accept very good quality images taken from a smart phone or digital camera. If this option is used please ensure lighting and quality is clear for review.
If you are a teacher and have registered for a resource pack, please allow 10 working days for delivery. Please email email@example.com and state your name, school, and address if you have not received a resource pack after this period. Please note resource packs can only be ordered by a teacher.
Students do not need to enter the competition if they don’t want to, even if the Wool4School program has been set as an in-class activity. However, we encourage all students who participated to submit their entries as the Wool4School team would love to see everyone’s work.
Yes, every year level has a different criteria based on skill sets and prizes will be awarded for each year group. Please follow the link to view each year level deliverables.
No, you will only be judged on one outfit, with a maximum of four garments plus one wool accessory.
Submissions for all years are open throughout the competition lifecycle until close, 26th July 2017
No the accessory isn’t included in the maximum four items of clothing, it is an additional piece.
No, you can pick a musician from any era, dead or alive.