MoneySense Climate Savers Pupils Competition Terms and Conditions

These are the terms and conditions that apply to the Competition. (“Terms and Conditions“). Promotional materials relating to the Competition, including all information on how to enter the competition, also form part of these Terms and Conditions. In the event of any conflict between any terms referred to in such promotional materials and these Terms and Conditions, these Terms and Conditions take precedence. The Promoter reserves the right to alter, amend or foreclose the Competition without prior notice.

General details:

Promoter: NatWest Group plc, 36 St Andrew Square, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, EH2 2YB

Entry Open Date: 09:00 BST on 1 September 2021

Entry Closing Date: 23:59 BST on Thursday 30 September 2021

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Entry Eligibility:

The competition is open to primary school children who are resident in England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland, attend schools that have teachers registered to MoneySense, and are in the primary school year groups listed below.

Scotland
P4, P5, P6, P7

England & Wales
Key Stage 2: Years 3, 4, 5, 6

Northern Ireland
Key stage 1 (primary 4)
Key stage 2 (primary 5, 6, 7)

How to enter:

One entry per pupil is allowed. Pupils, or their parent/guardians, cannot submit entries directly to MoneySense and must submit their completed Top Trumps card template to their teachers by 30 September 2021 (or any date set by their teacher if earlier).

Entries must be submitted using the official Top Trumps card template provided by the teacher and all sections must be complete in order for the entry to be eligible to win:

  • 1x drawing that illustrates a chosen idea from the themes provided on the overarching subject of money and climate change awareness
  • Complete the statistics that are applicable to their chosen idea / theme (to be completed in school)
  • An interesting fact about their chosen idea

Parent/guardian consent forms must be completed and returned along with the completed entry form template to the teacher/head teacher who is submitting the competition entries before the closing date of 11.59pm BST, 30 September 2021. The teacher/head teacher must confirm on the online entry form that they have obtained the necessary consent from parents/guardians. Entries submitted without parental consent will not be eligible to win.

Entries submitted that are not in accordance with these rules, delayed, damaged, incomplete, altered or illegible will be disqualified. No responsibility is accepted for entries not submitted. Proof of upload to website will not be accepted as proof of entry.

Any entries containing any third-party intellectual property without prior informed consent from the rights holder, or abusive, inappropriate, offensive or obscene language or imagery will be disqualified.

The Promoter reserves the right to verify the eligibility of all entrants and disqualify any entry which is not in accordance with these Terms and Conditions.

Ownership of Competition Entries and Intellectual Property Rights:

The parent or guardian submitting the Competition entry on behalf of the pupil hereby agrees to grant to the Promoter a non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty free, irrevocable licence, for the full period of any intellectual property rights in the Competition entry and any accompanying materials, to use, display, publish, transmit, copy, edit, alter, store, re-format and sub-licence the Competition entry and any accompanying materials for such purposes without further notice to you and/or the pupil, with or without attribution, and without the requirement of permission from or payment to you or any other person.

Neither the Promoter nor agencies involved in this Competition, to the extent permitted by the law, will be responsible for any loss or damage whatsoever caused by matters relating to participation in this Competition.

Consent from Parent/Guardian

Parents/Guardians confirm that:

  • The pupil is the sole author of the entry to the Competition and that it is the pupil's original work; and
  • The pupil has not licensed or disposed of any rights in any entry to the Competition; and
  • They agree that the Promoter may, but is not required to, make the pupil's card design available on its website and any other media and in connection with any publicity of the Competition; and
  • They agree to grant the Promoter a non-exclusive, worldwide, irrevocable licence, for the full period of any intellectual property rights in the Competition entry and any accompanying materials, to use, display, publish, transmit, copy, edit, alter, store, re-format and sub-licence the Competition entry and any accompanying materials for such purposes without further notice to you and/or the pupil, with or without attribution, and without the requirement of permission from or payment to you or any other person.

The Promoter will require written consent to be provided by the parent/guardian of any pupil wishing to enter the Competition, confirming that they consent to their child entering the Competition and for their child's name, age, school and drawing to be used for publicity purposes if they are one of the winners of the Pupils' Competition. The entrant’s first name, age and school will also appear on the winning cards. The parental consent form must be completed when entering the Competition. The consent form should be included in the school’s pack that the pupil has brought home. Failure to complete the consent form will mean that an entry will not be eligible to win the Competition.

Please note that once the winning pack of cards has been sent to print, consent for use of the materials that are included in the entries cannot be withdrawn.

Judging:

All eligible entries will be independently judged on behalf of the Promoter by We are Futures [Trading as Accessibility Marketing registered offices 73 Cornhill, London, England, EC3V 3QQ], which will draw up a shortlist of 60-100 with a regional spread of entries across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

The judging panel will then select 26 winners from this shortlist on 5 October 2021.

The judging panel’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

The Promoter reserves the right to revise the stats and facts which appear on the Top Trumps cards in the interest of ensuring the winning pack of cards is cohesive and to ensure smooth game play.

Competition Prize details:

There are 26 prizes in total. Each prize consists of three sets of prizes to be won by pupils entering the Pupils Competition. The prize per winner comprises of:

  • Winning design printed on a limited-edition deck of Climate Savers Top Trumps cards. The winner will receive 30 packs of the winning deck to share with their class, friends, and family
  • One pair of Adidas Parley trainers made from recycled ocean plastics
  • Top Trumps bundle which includes:
    • 7 packs of Top Trumps
    • Top Trumps Quiz x3
    • Top Trumps Match game x2
    • Top Trumps tin x1

In addition, there are two opportunities to get involved in promotional activities related to the Competition:

  • The winning designs will feature in First News.
  • A limited number of winning pupils may be asked to feature in a promotional film to be shown at COP26 in Glasgow, and shared via publicity e.g., social media accounts – see publicity terms below

The prizes are subject to availability and must be accepted as awarded. There is no cash alternative available, and the prizes are non-transferable and non-negotiable.

The Promoter reserves the right in their reasonable discretion to substitute prizes of equal value in the event that circumstances beyond their control make this unavoidable.

The winners' schools should allow up to 45 days from the date of acceptance of the prizes, for delivery. The Promoter will organise the specifics of delivery of the winners' prizes with their school, with such delivery to be made at a mutually convenient time during the 45-day time-frame indicated above.

The Promoter may pass details of winners to a third party who is engaged to deliver prizes on behalf of The Promoter.

Winner notification:

Winner[s] of the pupil Competition will be notified to the teacher that submitted the pupil entry via email or phone, within 10 working days of closing date.

Teachers must accept the pupils’ prizes on behalf of the pupils The Promoter will make all reasonable efforts to contact the winning pupils’ schools. If a school cannot be contacted, or cannot confirm that parental consent has been obtained, by 6 October 2021 we reserve the right to select an alternative winner. If the prize is rejected, it will be forfeited and the Promoter reserves the right to offer the prize to another individual and/or another school, as appropriate.

The Promoter reserves the right to publish or make available such information as is necessary to demonstrate that a valid award took place including, if appropriate, the first name of the winner(s) and copies of the winning entries.

If a prize is unclaimed after reasonable efforts have been made to contact the winner[s] the promoter will be entitled to dispose of the prize as it sees fit without any liability to the winner[s] for having done so.

Publicity:

The parent/guardians of pupil winner[s] agree[s] that their child may take part in publicity in connection with this Competition, and that their entry may be used by the promoter for promotional purposes, including, but not limited to any media, print or online, including any websites, social media sites, and in advertising, marketing or promotional material.

The 26 winning designs will feature in a limited-edition winners’ pack of Climate Savers Top Trumps cards and these cards may be distributed to delegates at COP26, Glasgow, as well as in other marketing activities promoting the Competition. In entering this Competition, the winner gives permission for their age, first name and school name to appear on the card.

Winning schools and pupils may be contacted to appear in a promotional video that will be shown at COP26 in Glasgow in November. This video footage or photographs taken for this promotional activity may appear on the MoneySense and any of the NatWest Group websites and other social media sites, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. Video footage and photographs taken for this promotional activity are the property of NatWest Group plc. There will always be a member of school staff present when any filming takes place of pupils within a school setting.

Schools and parents/guardians of pupils agree that:

  • Any personal information relating to the school's employees, and participating pupils may be held and used by the Promoter or its agents and suppliers for the purposes of administering the Competition only for up to one year.
  • Personal details of the winning schools/pupils will not be passed on to anyone other than the Promoter or a third party involved in administering the prizes.
  • The Promoter may use personal information relating to pupils to promote the Competition, and in any media including, without limitation, press, online and social media platforms; and
  • The Promoter may use the name of the school, the winning pupils and the region in which they're located and/or any film or video recording featuring them to announce the winners of this Competition in any media (including without limitation, press, online and social media platforms) and for any other reasonable and related promotional purposes without further recompense.

Jurisdiction:

These Terms and Conditions are governed by the laws of England and Wales and the English courts will have exclusive jurisdiction to settle any dispute arising out of or in connection with them.