|How to enter the 2011 competition|
|Written by Steve Dale|
|Friday, 19 December 2008 06:39|
Please note registration has to be complete by Friday 27 May and the entry submission deadline is Monday 13 June.
The competition is a celebration of any driven creative work done in schools that culminates in the production of an animation, Photostory 3 or video / movie. There is no guidance on the theme / content of the work submitted as we want schools to enter work they have created through embedding ICT across the curriculum. There is a limit on how many people can be involved to make judging a little fairer and there is also a time limit on the length of the entry as we have a limited amount of time to show these at the finals.
If you think you have some suitable work to enter or think you will be able to create an appropriate entry before the 13 June deadline then read the information in the categories section and then complete the online registration form
Click this link for the online registration form and complete it with the necessary details; note that communication will be via e-mail and this website.
You need to make sure that you have parental permission for use of pupil images for any entries. You will be asked to confirm this when registering. Make sure you have downloaded the form below and had it completed by parents.
You need to keep these safe and make the curriculum ICT team aware of any parents who do not sign so that their children's images are not captured on the day of the 'Finals' or used online.
Please note that it is the school's responsibility to ensure that any images, videos and audio they use in their entries adheres to copyright laws. Education Bradford does not have the capacity to check this.
Once you have registered you have until Monday 13 June to submit your entry. Your entry should be in AVI or WMV format and not DVD format. Ensure the entry is not too long (see details in the categories section). Please post for the attention of Paul Scott at Education Bradford, Future House, Bolling Road, BD4 7EB.
The entries will then be viewed by our panel and a shortlist of finalists produced. Unfortunately we do not have time to show all entries. Those successful schools will be notified and offered seats at the final to watch all the finalist entries in the competition. Any schools who do not reach the finals will also be offered tickets to attend the event.
The final will take place in the Pictureville Theatre at the National Media Museum in Bradford on the afternoon of Monday 11 July 2010 and is a black tie affair. At the final each school group is given an interactive voting pad and the audience is then given the opportunity to vote for their winners. Oscars, certificates and prizes are then presented to the winners; hopefully the local press will be at the event.
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