Terms and Conditions for the Wrap, Splat, Hat promotion
By entering the promotion, you agree to be bound by these terms and conditions (these “Terms and Conditions“). Promotional materials relating to the promotion, including all information on how to enter the promotion, 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.
Promotion Name and Description: Garnier Ambre Solaire – WrapSplatHat competition consisting of: (1) the ‘Summer Explorers Backpack” Design Competition for pupils in KS1 (aged 5-7) (the “KS1 Competition”); and (2) the “Wrap, Splat, Hat Rucksack Photo” Competition for pupils in KS2 (aged 7-11) (the “KS2 Competition”), together referred to as the “Competition”.
1. Garnier Ambre Solaire, a trading division of L’Oréal UK Limited, 255 Hammersmith Road, London, W6 8AZ (“Garnier”);
2. Accessability Marketing Limited, trading as We are Futures, 1 Paris Garden, Southwark, London, SE1 8ND, also known as National Schools Partnership (“We Are Futures”, “National Schools Partnership” or “NSP”).
Entry Open Date: 09:00 UK time on 19 April 2021
Entry Closing Date: 17:00 UK time on 18 June 2021
- Entrants must have internet access and an email address to participate.
- Entrants must be GB residents and aged 18+.
- Entrants must be either : (a) a teacher or head teacher of a primary school in Great Britain which is registered with the 2021 Wrap Splat Hat programme on the National Schools Partnership at https://nationalschoolspartnership.com/initiatives/wrap-splat-hat/ (b) a parent/legal guardian of a child which attends such a registered primary school.
How To Enter Requirements:
- Entrants’ schools must already have, or must open, a valid account with the NSP through the website found at: https://nationalschoolspartnership.com. New accounts can be created by the school in question via the website: https://nationalschoolspartnership.com/. Entrants’ schools must also register with the 2021 Wrap Splat Hat programme on the National Schools Partnership website at https://nationalschoolspartnership.com/initiatives/wrap-splat-hat/. Entrants who are parents / legal guardians must check with their respective schools whether they are eligible for entry to this Competition as entries received on behalf of pupils at schools which are not eligible to enter may be disqualified. Entrants who are head teachers or teachers of an eligible school must read and accept the website terms and conditions when they register with the NSP: https://nationalschoolspartnership.com/terms-conditions/.
- For registration with the NSP to be valid, the primary school in question must provide a valid email address as part of the registration process.
- The first 25 eligible primary schools to sign up to the 2021 Wrap Splat Hat Programme on the NSP website during the Competition period will receive 100 x Ambre Solaire Kids Sensitive Advanced travel sized (50ml).
- Entrants must then organise for any pupils in Key Stage 1 (aged 5-7 years old) wishing to enter the KS1 Competition to each design a “Summer Explorer’s Backpack”. For pupils wishing to enter the KS2 Competition which pupils in Key Stage 2 (aged 7-11) can enter, each should take a fun, creative photo of their backpack in a favourite outdoor summer adventure setting with their Wrap, Splat, Hat items which must consist of a T-shirt and pair of sunglasses (Wrap), a bottle of suncream (Splat) and a hat (Hat) which must be either visible inside the backpack, or be positioned around it in their “Wrap, Splat, Hat, Rucksack Photo”. Entrants can submit either a digital drawing or a photo of a drawing.
- Any photos submitted should not include any identifiable person or persons.
- To enter, entrants submit each pupil’s entry together with the name, age, school and school’s postcode for each individual entry and in the case of the KS2 Competition, a completed sentence starter for each individual entry by email to: email@example.com. The sentence starter to be completed in the case of the KS2 Competition is as follows: “This is my favourite place to Wrap, Splat, Hat because…”
- Entrants must obtain explicit consent in advance from each pupil’s parent/ legal guardian to enter the Competition.
- The first 20 eligible primary schools to submit an entry to either the KS1 or KS2 Competition will each receive 100 x Ambre Solaire Kids Sensitive Advanced travel sized (50ml).
- Entrants who are head teachers or teachers of an eligible school enter on behalf of the school whose details they provide when they register with the NSP, and not in any personal capacity.
- Entrants may only submit one entry per pupil for their school. Any entries in addition to this (such as through multiple teachers entering into the Competition on behalf of the same pupil or parents/legal guardians entering multiple entries for the same pupil) may be disqualified by the Promoters.
KS1 Competition: 1 x scooter, worth £100 (for the winning child); 30 x binoculars worth £8.59 each (for the class of the winning child), 1 x £1,000 by cash transfer to buy outdoor equipment (for school of the winning child);
KS2 Competition: 1 x outdoor bike, worth £400 (for the winning child); 1 x binoculars, worth £8.59 (for the class of the winning child), 1 x £1,000 by cash transfer to buy outdoor equipment (for school of the winning child).
The prizes for the class of the winning child are for the benefit of the class as a whole – this is not a prize that will be won by each individual child forming part of that class.
Cash transfers will be made to an account which is in the name of the winning school (and not in the name of any individual teacher/ head teacher) and which is nominated by the school when requested.
The exact outdoor equipment to be provided is to be agreed between the Promoters and the school in accordance with the recommendations of an independent expert, as to the requirements of the particular school.
Number of Major Prize Winner(s): One pupil for the KS1 Competition and one pupil for KS2 Competition. The winning pupil’s class and school will then also receive a prize.
Runner-up Prize: Not applicable.
Number of Runner-up Prize Winner(s):Not applicable.
Judging Date: 25 June 2021
- KS1 competition: A panel of judges, including at least one independent judge, will choose its favourite design, based on its imagination, creativity, and attention to sun safety.
- KS2 competition: A panel of judges, including at least one independent judge, will choose its favourite combined photo and completed sentence starter, based the imagination, creativity, attention to sun safety and how effectively the “Wrap Splat Hat” message is conveyed
- One pupil for the KS1 Competition and one pupil for KS2 Competition.
- The winning pupil’s class and school will then also receive a prize.
Notification of Winner(s):
- We Are Futures will contact the Winners on the Promoters’ behalf using the email addresses associated with each of the Winner’s NSP accounts by no later than 28/06/21.
- If a Winner does not respond to We Are Future’s notification of winning to make arrangements to determine and accept their prize within 3 working days of the initial contact being made, the Promoters reserve the right to select the next best entrant of those received for the KS1 Competition or KS2 Competition (as applicable) between the Entry Open Date and Entry Closing Date as an alternative winner.
Prize Delivery: The Winners should allow up to 30 days from the date of acceptance of their prize for the delivery.
General Terms and Conditions
Entry and eligibility
- The Competition will be open to all teachers and head teachers and parents/legal guardian of pupils at primary schools located in Great Britain which are registered with the NSP and with the Wrap, Splat, Hat programme at https://nationalschoolspartnership.com/initiatives/wrap-splat-hat/. Entrants must also be legal residents of Great Britain and be aged 18 or over.
- All entrants who are a teacher or head teacher must enter the Competition on behalf of pupils aged 5-7 or 7-11 years old at the school at which they are employed and whose details they enter on registration through the NSP website.
- The Competition is free to enter and no purchase is necessary.
- The Promoters’ employees, their immediate family or any third party directly associated with the promotion are not eligible to enter.
- To participate entrants must comply with the How To Enter Requirements.
- Only one entry per pupil.
- Any entries which do not comply with the How to Enter Requirements will be disqualified.
- Incomplete, illegal, misdirected or late entries will not be accepted. Proof of posting or sending will not be accepted as proof of receipt. Responsibility cannot be accepted for lost, damaged or delayed entries whether due to technical or connectivity problems or otherwise.
Prize fulfilment and disqualification
- Each of the winning schools will be directly responsible for accounting for and paying any tax, National Insurance or other similar liabilities in respect of their prize. The Promoters will not account for any such tax, National Insurance or other similar liability arising from the Competition.
- The entrant on behalf of the winning school will be notified through an email sent by We Are Futures to the email address provided on the winner’s NSP account in accordance with the How To Enter Requirements, no later than 28/06/19.
- Prizes will be delivered to the winning school no later than 30 days from the date that the winning entrants accept their prize.
- The Promoters’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. Garnier is not responsible for any decisions made by We Are Futures in the allocation of the prizes.
- Prizes are as stated, they are not transferable and there are no alternative prizes or cash substitutes. The Promoters reserve the right to substitute a prize of equal or greater value in the event that the selected prize is unavailable for any reason whatsoever.
- If any prize is declined or winners fail to accept their prize within 3 working days of being notified or if any school or entrant forfeits their prize under these terms and conditions, then the Promoters will select the school on behalf of which the next best entry (in its sole discretion) is received as the alternative winner.
- The Promoters reserve the right to disqualify an entrant or winner that, in its absolute discretion, could bring the Promoters into disrepute.
- The Promoters shall disqualify any entries that have failed to abide by and/or are in breach of these Terms and Conditions.
- Neither the Promoters nor agencies involved in this promotion may be liable to the winners, whether arising from tort including negligence, breach of contract or otherwise or for any loss or damage whatsoever caused by matters relating participation in this Competition, or in relation to the prizes to the extent permissible by law.
- 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. Examples of language/images considered to be inappropriate, offensive or obscene, include (but are not limited to): any message/image which contains (a) swearing; (b) comments or actions which appear to be discriminatory of any person, company or group of individuals, for example comments of a racist, sexist or homophobic nature; (c) sexual innuendo, sexual language or sexual acts, actions or gestures; (d) promoting any illegal unlawful activity such as drug use; and (e) any message that appears to be an advertisement or solicitation to buy.
- The name of the winner, and runners-up can be obtained by sending a stamped, self-addressed envelope, within 4 weeks of the Judging Date to the Promoters at 255 Hammersmith Road, London, W6 8AZ, referencing the Competition Name.
Promotional Activity relating to the Competition
- In entering the Competition, all entrants and winners agree to participate in any promotional activity relating to the Competition for publicity purposes (in any media, print or online, including any websites, social media sites or third party retailer websites) and in advertising, marketing or promotional material (whether or not related to the Competition) free of charge without additional compensation or prior notice.
- The Promoters shall own all the copyright and other intellectual property rights in the entries and any other materials (whether visual, oral or written) generated during the various stages of this promotion, in perpetuity and on a worldwide basis for use at the Promoters’ sole discretion including, without limitation, use in advertising, other media, press releases, editorial and promotional activity, point of sale material, the Promoters’ websites, third party websites (including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube), newsletters and e-newsletters.
- Accordingly, entrants assign to the Promoters any copyright and other intellectual property rights which exist in their participation in this Competition and irrevocably waive any moral rights that could vest in them (which shall include their name, location and age) under the Copyrights, Designs and Patents Act 1988 or otherwise, and undertake to do all things necessary immediately on the Promoters’ request to effect or confirm any assignment in this paragraph.
- Entrants’ submissions, future submissions and quotes generated during any stage of the Competition may be modified by the Promoters to fit in context with the content of the relevant usage, whilst maintaining the original sentiment.
- All personal details and/or information given in the application either in the entry process or otherwise must be truthful, accurate and in no way misleading. The Promoters reserve the right to disqualify entrants if they have supplied untruthful, inaccurate or misleading personal details and/or information.
- Any personal information that entrants share with the Promoters (including name, address, email, social media profile, or other data) will be kept secure and only used in line with the Promoters’ Privacy Policies and these Terms and Conditions. By entering the Competition, entrants agree that their information may be used by the Promoters and their suppliers to administer the Competition. The Promoters may contact entrants by email, post, phone, SMS or other means in relation to the Competition, but they will not send entrants any marketing communication unless entrants have also agreed to this.
Limitation of Liability
- The Promoters nor agencies nor suppliers involved in this Competition will be liable to the winners, whether arising from tort including negligence, breach of contract or otherwise or for any damage, loss, liabilities, injury or disappointment incurred or suffered whatsoever as a result of or relating to participation in this Competition or the prizes to the extent permissible by law. No compensation for loss of earnings will be paid by the Promoters for participation in any aspect of this Competition.
- By participating in the Competition, participants agree that the prize is awarded on an “as is” basis, and that neither the Promoters nor any of their subsidiary or affiliated companies, make any representations or warranties of any nature with respect to the prizes.
- The provision of the prizes does not imply endorsement by the Promoters or any other third parties concerned in any way with this Competition. Any complaints or queries relating to the use of the prizes should be directed to We Are Futures.
- The Promoters nor any of its subsidiary or affiliated companies are responsible for any condition, circumstances, losses, failures or delays caused by events beyond its or their control such as (but not limited to) the acts or defaults of any supplier selected by the Promoters to provide the prizes or otherwise that may cause the Competition to be disrupted or corrupted, or that may lead to loss or damage of the prizes in transit to the winners.
- Save where it has been negligent, the Promoters will not be responsible for any damage, loss or injury resulting from entrants’ entry into the Competition or their acceptance and/or use of the prizes, or for technical, hardware or software failures, lost, faulty or unavailable network connections or difficulties of any kind that may limit or prohibit their ability to participate in the Competition. The Promoters will not be responsible for any lost, damaged, defaced, incomplete, illegible or otherwise unreadable entries. Nothing in these Terms and Conditions shall in any way limit the Promoters’ liability for death or personal injury caused by its negligence or for any other matter where liability may not as a matter of law be limited.
- By entering this Competition, entrants will be deemed to be bound by and have accepted these Terms and Conditions. The Promoters reserve the right to disqualify any entries that have failed to abide by and/or are in breach of these terms.
- The Promoters’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
- The Promoters reserve the right in its absolute discretion to amend or waive any of these Terms and Conditions, or suspend or cancel the Competition at any stage, in the event of circumstances that are unforeseen or beyond its reasonable control (including suspected or actual fraudulent or misleading practices or other breaches of these Terms and Conditions).
- English law applies and the English courts shall have exclusive jurisdiction over any proceedings in connection with this promotion.