WOOL4SCHOOL® 2017 COMPETITION TERMS AND CONDITIONS

This document sets out the terms on which you participate (‘Terms and Conditions’) in the Wool4School® 2017 Student Design Competition (‘Competition’).

PROMOTER

  1. The promoter of the Competition is The Woolmark Company Pty Limited (ACN 067 866 657) (‘Promoter’). The Promoter is a wholly owned subsidiary of Australian Wool Innovation Limited (‘AWI’) (ABN 12 095 165 558). The Promoter’s registered office is Level 6, 68 Harrington Street, Sydney The Rocks, 2000, New South Wales, Australia

COMPETITION

  1. There will be two Competitions running simultaneously: a competition for students (‘Student Competition’) and a competition for teachers (‘Teacher Competition’).
  2. Each entry to the Competition must be in accordance with these Terms and Conditions. By entering the Competition, each eligible Entrant (‘Entrant’) agrees to be bound by the applicable clauses in these Terms and Conditions (as well as agreeing that The Promotor and its affiliates can send you Competition information, materials and updates).
  3. The Promoter may at its discretion refuse to award any prize to any Entrant who fails to comply with these Terms and Conditions, the law, or whose involvement with the Competition may otherwise cause adverse publicity to the Promoter, AWI or the Australian wool industry.
  4. All relevant instructions on the Promoter’s website www.wool4school.com (‘Website’) form part of these Terms and Conditions.
  5. The Promoter has the right to disqualify any Entrant(s) that is deemed to have cheated or not complied with these Terms and Conditions (eg enters the incorrect year group).
  6. The Promoter’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
  7. The Competition is not open to:
    1. any person who is an employee, officer, servant or contractor of the Promoter or AWI, or any organisation associated with the Competition or provision of the prize, or their related bodies corporate or associates or any of their agencies involved with the Competition;
    2. any natural or adopted child, or sibling of a person referred to in paragraph i.;
    3. any person who is not ordinarily an Australian resident or citizen;
    4. any person who refuses to comply with or breaches any term of these Terms and Conditions.
  1. Entry into the Competition is free.
  2. To be eligible for a prize the Entry must only include original material created by the Entrant, including (where applicable) any words, art, photographs or images.

ENTRY PERIOD

  1. Registration opens on 30th November 2016 at 9:00am AEST, and closes on 31st May 2017 at 5:00pm AEST. Submissions into the Competition open on 30th November 2016 at 9:00am AEST, and close 26th July 2017 5:00pm AEST. Any entry received after the expiry of the submission date of the applicable Competition will be deemed invalid. No responsibility is accepted for late, lost, delayed or misdirected entries. The winners will be announced on 24th August 2017.

WOOL4SCHOOL® STUDENT COMPETITION

  1. The Student Competition will have five categories (‘Categories’) as follows:
    1. Students in academic year 7 (‘Year 7 Competition’)
    2. Students in academic year 8 (‘Year 8 Competition’)
    3. Students in academic year 9 (‘Year 9 Competition’)
    4. Students in academic year 10 (‘Year 10 Competition’)
    5. Students in academic year 11 (‘Year 11 Competition’)
    6. Students in academic year 12 (‘Year 12 Competition’)
  1. Please refer to clauses 15-23 for each Category’s entry requirements.
  2. All student entrants (‘Student Entrants’) need to have the consent of their parent or caregiver to enter. If selected as a state finalist (‘Finalist’) the Student Entrant will be required to complete a Permission to Publish Form, and a Parental Consent Form, which the Promoter will provide at the suitable time. Finalists who do not provide these completed forms will not be eligible to progress further in the Competition, or receive a Prize.

STUDENT COMPETITION – ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

  1. To be eligible to enter a year group Category, the Student Entrant must be in the applicable school academic year group at the time of submission, and for the duration of the Competition.
  2. To enter a year group Category, the Student Entrant must submit all the relevant documents (‘Submission Documents’) for that Category.
  3. To be eligible to be the Winner of the Year 12 Competition, the Student Entrant must also satisfy Whitehouse Institute of Design, Australia’s student entry requirements set out in Annexure A of these Terms and Conditions (an Entrant in the Year 12 Competition who does not meet those Whitehouse entry requirements may still be selected as a State finalist).
  4. Any Student Entrant who fails to submit all the Submission Documents for their Category will not be eligible to be chosen as a Finalist.
  5. Any documents submitted by a Student Entrant in excess of the Submission Documents for the applicable Category, will not be considered by the Promoter’s judging panel (‘Judging Panel’) in their judging of the Entries.
  6. A Student Entrant must submit the Entry using the online submission form on the Website; and all fields of the submission form must be completed. File uploads are limited to 10MB per file, and must be submitted in .pdf, .jpg, .png, .doc or .docx format.
  7. Each Student Entrant can only enter the Competition once.
  8. All Entries will become the property of the Promoters and will not be returned to the Student Entrants.
  9. The Entry must not contain inappropriate language, gratuitous violence, sexual references or statements that, in the Promoter’s reasonable opinion, promote hatred towards an individual, race, or community.

STUDENT COMPETITION – SUBMISSION DOCUMENTS

  1. Entrants in the Year 7 Competition or the Year 8 Competition must include an illustrated design (‘Fashion Illustration’) of an outfit (‘Outfit’) and one accessory with annotations with suitable fabric selections. The Outfit must contain a minimum of one piece, with a maximum of four pieces plus a minimum of one accessory (accessories do not count as ‘pieces’). The proposed fabric for the Outfit should be made from at least 80 percent Merino wool, which can incorporate knit or woven fabrics or a combination of both.
  1. Entrants in the Year 9 Competition or the Year 10 Competition must include the following:
    1. An illustrated design (‘Fashion Illustration’) of an outfit (‘Outfit’) and one accessory with annotations with suitable fabric selections. The Outfit must contain a minimum of one piece, with a maximum of four pieces plus a minimum of one accessory (accessories do not count as ‘pieces’). The proposed fabric for the Outfit should be made from at least 80 percent Merino wool, which can incorporate knit or woven fabrics or a combination of both.
    2. A creative statement (‘Creative Statement’) to accompany the Outfit and describe how your garment best uses Merino wool;
    3. A Mood Board (‘Mood Board’). This is a collage of images and materials displayed on a board that expresses a ‘mood’ or theme, and your Mood Board should visually illustrate the style you have sought to emulate in the Outfit.
  1. Entrants in the Year 11 or Year 12 Competition must include the following:
    1. An illustrated design (‘Fashion Illustration’) of an outfit (‘Outfit’) and one accessory with annotations with suitable fabric selections. The Outfit must contain a minimum of one piece, with a maximum of four pieces plus a minimum of one accessory (accessories do not count as ‘pieces’). The proposed fabric for the Outfit should be made from at least 80 percent Merino wool, which can incorporate knit or woven fabrics or a combination of both.
    2. A Creative Statement to accompany the Outfit and describe how your garment best uses Merino wool;
    3. A Mood Board that visually illustrates the style you have sought to emulate in the Outfit;
    4. A technical sketch detailing the technical elements of the Outfit. A technical sketch should visually demonstrate the properties of the Outfit, and must be drawn to scale.
  1. Student Entrant’s names must not appear as text anywhere on the Fashion Illustration, although should be included on all other documents submitted.

STUDENT COMPETITION – WINNERS AND PRIZES

  1. One Student Entry in each year Category will be chosen as the Student Winner for that Category by the Judging Panel. The Judging Panel shall base their decision on the Entry which, in their opinion, best satisfies the following judging criteria:
      1. Innovative and original design;
      2. Reference to the brief/theme;
      3. A cohesive design/ look suitable for the chosen musician and music performance;
      4. The drawing style and clarity of drawing on the Fashion Illustration;
      5. Suitability of Merino wool fabric selected for the design(s) (knit or woven);
      6. Reference to suitable wool innovations;
      7. Best demonstration of understanding of the properties of Merino wool;
      8. Clear annotations to show features of the Outfit; and
      9. Overall visual presentation.
    1. Chance plays no part in determining the Student Winners. The Judging Panel may choose more than one Student Winner in a Category at their sole discretion.
    2. The Prize for the Student Winner in each Category will be as follows;
      i. Year 7 Competition – $500 AUD plus a Frankie magazine subscription (‘Gift Pack’)
      ii. Year 8 Competition – $500 AUD plus a Frankie magazine subscription
      iii. Year 9 Competition – $500 AUD plus a Frankie magazine subscription
      iiii. Year 10 Competition;
        1. The winning Outfit will be made by designer Jonathan Ward and exhibited in the February 2017 issue of Frankie magazine
        2. 2 x return flights to Melbourne, one for the Year 10 Student Winner and one for their guardian
        3. One night’s accommodation (venue to be chosen by the Promoter)
        4. The Year 10 Student Winner will take part in an exclusive Frankie photo shoot where the Year 10 Student Winner will feature in an editorial spread dedicated to the Outfit which will include, but not be limited to, a one on one interview with a Frankie magazine journalist, and a professionally shot photograph taken alongside their winning Outfit (any expenses associated with attending or travelling to photo shoot will be borne by the Student Winner)
        5. Cash prize $1,000.00 AUD
        6. Frankie magazine subscription

iv. Year 11 Competition;

        1. A five day internship with the brand SABA, (any expenses associated with attending or travelling to internship will be borne by the Student Winner) and
        2. 2 x return flights to Sydney, one for the Year 11 Winner and one for their guardian
        3. Five nights’ accommodation (venue to the chosen by the Promoter)
        4. A choice of a Bernina Sewing Machine or over locker to the value of $1500
        5. Cash prize $1,000.00 AUD
        6. Frankie magazine subscription

v. Year 12 Competition - a choice of a Bernina Sewing Machine or over locker to the value of $1500, Frankie magazine subscription and a full scholarship to one of the following Bachelor of Design specialisations administered by Whitehouse Institute of Design, Australia (‘Whitehouse’): Creative Direction & Styling, or Fashion Design or Interior Design (to be selected at the discretion of the Student Winner), on the following terms:

      1. the Student Winner will only be eligible to receive the Scholarship if they satisfy the Whitehouse student entry requirements set out in Annexure A of these Terms and Conditions;
      2. the Scholarship will be valid for Bachelor of Design programs commencing in 2018 located at either the Sydney or Melbourne Whitehouse campus;
      3. the Student Winner will be entitled to participate in the selected Program as if they had fully paid all the Whitehouse tuition fees upfront. This does not include the costs of equipment kits and consumables that the Student Winner chooses to work with during the program and does not include any relocation or accommodation costs incurred by the Student Winner to use the Scholarship. The Student Winner will be subject to the same policies and procedures of Whitehouse as fee-paying students;
      4. the Scholarship overs the tuition cost for the attempt of each subject/unit once only, and if any subject/unit is required to be repeated this additional cost will be incurred by the Student Winner;
      5. the Scholarship cannot be deferred or exchanged (including for cash) or transferred to any other person; and
      6. Whitehouse will not enter into any unsolicited correspondence with any Entrant that is not selected to be the Winner;
  1. The Year 10 and 11 Prize may take place during school term time and it is the Entrant’s responsibility to obtain the necessary permissions from their guardian and school to attend.

WOOL4SCHOOL® TEACHER COMPETITION

32. Entry to the Teacher Competition is open to all teachers who teach academic years 7, 8, 9, 10,11 and 12 into which they have incorporated the Wool4School® lesson plans and relevant year Competition.

TEACHER COMPETITION – SUBMISSION DOCUMENTS

33. To enter the Teacher Competition the Teacher Entrant must:

    1. Complete the Wool4School® Teacher Questionnaire (‘Questionnaire’); and
    2. Submit the Questionnaire using the online submission on the website. File uploads are limited to 10MB per file, and must be submitted in .pdf, .jpg, .png, .doc or .docx format.

TEACHER COMPETITION – WINNERS AND PRIZES

34. The Teacher’s Questionnaires will be judged by the Judging Panel, with the teacher winner (‘Teacher Winner’) selected according to the following criteria;

    1. Evidence of student success in the classroom
    2. Evidence of quality teaching in the classroom
    3. Quality and quantity of student entries
    4. Reflective and thoughtful teacher responses
  1. The Teacher Prize (‘Teacher Prize’) for the Teacher Winner is as follows:
    1. Cash prize of AUD $1,000.00
    2. A choice of a Bernina Sewing Machine or over locker to the value of $1500
    3. 50 student sewing kits valued at $20.00 each for their classroom.
  1. The Teacher Winner is chosen by the Judging Panel on their own merit as per the listed criteria above. For clarity, their association with any Student Winner will not be a relevant factor in the Judging Panel’s decision.

ANNOUNCEMENT OF WINNERS

37. The Student Winner of each Category and the Teacher Winner will be announced on 24th August 2017 on the www.wool4school.com website, with Entrants notified by an email to the email address the Entrant provided when registering for the Competition. It is the responsibility of the Entrant to ensure their registered details are correct, and the Promoter will not be held liable for any Entrant’s failure to receive the email notification.

  1. By submitting the Entry to the Promoter, the Entrant grants the Promoter and their licensees and assignees a non-exclusive license to exercise all rights in perpetuity throughout the world in the Entry and all other material provided to the Promoters pursuant to this Competition at any time. All other rights will remain with the Entrants.
  2. Without limiting the rights granted to the Promoter under clause 38, the Entrant acknowledges the Promoter and its licensees and assignees may exercise the non-exclusive right throughout the world to communicate the Entry in whole or in part to the public on any media platform.
  3. By submitting the Entry to the Promoter, the Entrant unconditionally and irrevocably consents to any act or omission by the Promoter, their licensees and assignees, which would otherwise infringe their right to:
    1. Be attributed for the Entry;
    2. Not have the Entry treated in a derogatory manner, wherever and whenever occurring and including in relation to any modified form of the Entry.
  1. The Entry may be edited or adapted at any time by the Promoters in order to:
    1. Ensure the Entry meets any legal or classification requirements or to avoid any breach of law; and/or
    2. Use the Entry for promotional purposes.
  1. By submitting an Entry the Entrant acknowledges that the Promoter may allow users to view, reproduce, download and otherwise deal in the copyrights attached to and embodied in the Entry.
  2. The Promoter aims to ensure that any use of the Entry not authorised by the Entrant will not occur, however the Entrant acknowledges that they are not equipped with mechanisms to prevent unauthorised use of the Entry, and the Entrant accepts that, to the extent allowable under the law, the Promoter has no liability to an Entrant for how the end user elects to use the Entry, and as such it may be permanently stored, reproduced, copied, distributed or the like, without recourse or remedy against the Promoters.
  3. Should a Student Winner or Teacher Winner choose not to accept their Prize, or not be eligible for the relevant Prize as determined by these Terms and Conditions, the Prize will not be substituted with another prize, and the Promoter reserves the right, entirely at its own discretion, to award the Prize to another Entrant in their place.
  4. Student Prizes and Teacher Prizes are subject to availability and the Promoter can substitute any element of any Student or Winner Prize for any other.
  5. The Student Winners and Teacher Winner will be notified by mail, telephone or e-mail as soon as reasonably possible following determination of the Winner.
  6. Both the Students and Teacher Winner warrant that:
      1. all details provided with their entry are true and accurate;
      2. they have all necessary rights and licenses to grant the rights set out in these Terms and Conditions;
      3. their Entry is wholly comprised of original work, created and owned by them, and has not been previously communicated to the public;
      4. their Entry does not contain any other commercial words, art, photographs or images;
      5. their Entry does not contain any identifiable product or product logo other than the school’s crest;
      6. they are the copyright owner or authorised licensor of all copyright works and subject matter comprising your Work and Questionnaire.
      7. the exercise of the rights granted to the Promoters in these Terms and Conditions will not infringe the rights of any third parties;
      8. they will indemnify the Promoters against any loss or damage resulting from any breach of these warranties.
  1. Student and Teacher Winners acknowledge that the Promoters are under no obligation to exercise any of the rights granted to it by these Terms and Conditions, and providing downloads and any communication of the entries to the public by the Promoters is at the complete discretion of the Promoters.
  2. Entrants agree that the Promoters may use entries and any personal details provided to the Promoters for any promotional, marketing and publicity purposes of the Promoters in any media without notice and without any fee being paid. Year 12 Competition Entrants agree that their entries and any personal details that they provide to the Promoters will also be provided to Whitehouse Institute of Design, Australia and that they may receive communications from Whitehouse Institute of Design, Australia. Any Entrant that registers for the Competition after being redirected from an advertisement by a third party agrees that the Promoter may provide their personal details to that third party and that they may receive communications from that third party.
  3. Decisions of the Promoters and its panel of judges are final and will be binding on each person who enters the Competition and no correspondence will be entered into. The name of the finalists and the school/city/town/suburb in which he/she attends/lives will be announced in the media chosen by the Promoters including but not limited to the Wool4School® website, The Woolmark Company, Facebook® page, Frankie Magazine, Whitehouse Institute of Design, Australia social platforms and Amplify.
  4. If there is any event that prevents or hinders the Promoters’ conduct of the Competition or the Promoters’ ability to deliver the prize(s) to the prize winner(s) of the Competition, the Promoters may, in their discretion, cancel the Competition and recommence it at another time under the same conditions, or select another winner.
  5. The Promoters are not responsible for any incorrect or inaccurate information, or for any of the equipment or programming associated with or utilised in this Competition, or for any technical error that may occur in the course of the administration of this Competition. The Promoters assume no responsibility for any error, omission, interruption, deletion, defect, delay in operation or transmission, communications line failure, theft or destruction or unauthorised access to or alteration of entries.
  6. To the full extent permitted by the law, the Promoters will not be liable for any injury, damages, expenses, or loss whatsoever (whether direct or consequential) to persons or property as a result of any person entering into the Competition or accepting or using any prize, including without limitation non-receipt of any prize or damage to any prize in transit.
  7. The Promoter takes its privacy and data security obligations seriously. Any personal information that you provide to the Promoter in accordance with these Terms and Conditions will be held in accordance with the Promoter’s Privacy Policy, which you can find at http://www.wool4school.com/privacy

 

ANNEXURE A

YEAR 12 COMPETITION PRIZE ELIGIBILITY: WHITEHOUSE INSTITUTE OF DESIGN, DOMESTIC STUDENT ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

To be the Winner of the Year 12 Competition, you must:

  • be eligible to receive the Australian Commonwealth government’s FEE-HELP (which includes being an Australian citizen or certain New Zealand Special Category Visa holders);
  • submit the following documents (only if requested to do so by the Promoter) in order to determine that you are eligible to receive FEE-HELP and ensure that you meet Whitehouse Institute of Design, Australia’s minimum requirements in respect of academic achievement and creative ambition:
    • your passport or birth certificate;
    • your resume/CV;
    • your latest Academic Transcripts (e.g. High School Report, HSC/VCE Results or Highest Qualification Achieved)
    • a 300 word motivational statement written by you stating why you would like to study design at Whitehouse and what/who inspires your creativity. You may want to include your personal interests and career goals (please see Whitehouse’s Interview & Portfolio Guide).