Calling all key stage 2 pupils!

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Design a Super Salad advert for Leafy Salad. Winning adverts will appear in First News and Great British Food Magazine. It’s free and easy to enter. There will be one winner for each key stage 2 year group, years 3- 6. For all the details on how to enter, download the information here.

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By entering this competition all entrants will be deemed to have accepted and be bound by the following terms and conditions:

1. The competition requires entrants to create and submit one original advert for Leafy Salads using the theme Super Salads, suitable for print publication.

2. There is no charge for entry. The competition is open to Key Stage 2 (aged 7 – 11) pupils attending UK primary schools; Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6 only.

3. The competition runs over the end of the 2016/2017 academic year and the start of a 2017/2018 academic year. Entries will be accepted from pupils in the year group the entry is submitted:

3.1. Pupils who submit entries before the end of the 2017 summer term will be entered in their year group for 2016 – 2017 academic year.

3.2. Pupils who submit entries at the start of the 2017 – 2018 Autumn term up to the closing date will be entered in their year group for 2017 -2018 academic year.

4. The closing date of the competition is the 20th October 2017

5. The advert must be landscape format (horizontal – long edges top and bottom) using the printed template available as a download or on a sheet of A4 paper.

6. The advert must be created using pencil, felt tip, crayon, paint, collage on paper.

7. The advert must be designed and completed by a Key Stage 2 pupil or a group of Key Stage 2 pupils. This competition is designed to encourage children to think about healthy eating and the role leafy salads can play so, although there may be an element of adult supervision, please remember that it should be the entrant’s or the group’s own work.

8. The Super Salads advert is for leafy salads. The leafy salad products include all types of lettuce,Iceberg, Baby Gem, Romaine/Cos, Butterhead, Roundhead, Lollo Rosso, Oak Leaf, Frisée, LolloVerde, baby leaf including spinach, watercress, rocket. Adverts need to feature at least one leafy salad product.

9. Adverts created using digital only design or which are designed and output using only a computer will not be eligible for entry. This is because not every pupil has equal access to, and familiarity with, technology and software.

10. One advert entry per Key Stage 2 pupil or Key Stage 2 group of pupils is allowed. Multiple entries per pupil or per group are not permitted. Multiple entries are not permitted by pupils changing year group during the competition.

Please refer to point 4 above.

11. The entries can be submitted in 2 ways

11.1. By Post – Please send the original artwork to Leafy Salad Competition, c/o PamLloyd, 7 Montpelier Court, Station Road, Bristol, BS6 5EA.

11.2. Electronically – Please email a high resolution scan (300 dpi), high resolution pdf or high resolution picture of the original artwork with Leafy Salad Competition in the subject line. Email digital files to fresh@pamlloyd.com. Recommended file size is 2mb. Maximum individual file size is 5mb. Maximum total combined size of attachments on email is 10mb.

12. To enable the responsible teacher to be contacted, please provide the information as listed below:

12.1. The name/s of the responsible teacher/Year head/head teacher

12.2. The name of the school

12.3. Class reference/number/name12.4. Contact phone number

12.5. Contact email

12.6. Social media handles if submitted

13. If you would like your school to be mentioned on @makemoreofsalad social media channels (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram) please include your school’s social media handle/@name and channel on the reverse of the entry. The campaign team will name schools that provide this information where possible.

14. For postal entries the contact information should appear on the reverse of the adverts. Please take care that the writing on the reverse does not show through the paper.

15. If you are submitting your entry as a high-resolution pdf/scan/image please ensure that you provide the information
listed in Point 12 above in the body of the email.

16. There will be 4 winning entries. These will be made up of 1 winning entry per key stage 2 year group (Years 3, 4, 5 and 6).

17. The winner in each year group will be the advert that in the opinion of the judges best conveys the theme Super Salads.

18. There is one prize for the winners. The winners’ adverts will be published in 2017 in First News and Great British Food magazine at a date to be agreed with the publications.

19. The winners will be notified no later than the 15th November 2017.

20. No purchase is necessary. The prize has no monetary value. There is no cash alternative to the prize.

21. The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. If the Promoter considers any entrant has acted inappropriately or dishonestly in entering the competition the Promoter reserves the right to refuse to award any prize.

22. Proof of posting is not proof of entry. Neither the Promoter nor its agencies are responsible for entries that are lost or mislaid.

23. Neither the Promoter nor its agencies are responsible for entries that are lost or deleted as a result of technical failures or otherwise, including any such failure that is within the control of the Promoter or its agencies. Proof of submission of entry is not proof of receipt of entry.

24. Unfortunately, it will not be possible to return original artworks of the adverts. For the avoidance of doubt, all entries will become the property of the Promoter. All usage rights for the advert entries will belong to the Promoter and their appointed agencies for the purposes of promoting Leafy Salads.

25. In the event a pupil submits their own entry, they agree with the following statement:

I have had my parents’, guardian or teacher’s permission for me to create my Super Salads advert and it to be published in First News and Great British Food magazine.

26. To comply with First News and Great British Food publication guidelines the winners names will be published in the following format T.McGee, Surrey or Tom, Surrey.

27. The competition entries may be shared on social media (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram). Competition entries may be shared with print and online media and include mention of the school only.

28. The Promoter is the British Leafy Salads Association, BGA House, Nottingham Road, Louth, Lincolnshire, LN11 0WB

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