Competition Terms and Conditions of entry
- These terms and conditions relate to the Cosmic Star Safari Competition (the Competition). By entering this Competition you accept these terms and condition and agree to follow the Competition rules.
- The Competition is open to any school in the Carterton District (Student/s).
- Students may submit an individual entry or work together in groups to submit a team entry.
- If you submit an individual entry then add your teacher’s name or your parent’s /guardian name and email address or phone number.
- Any enquires about the Competition may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Entries should deal with why you should win a Cosmic Star Safari and be in the form of a joint letter or an individual letter from the students, telling us why your school should win.
- The letter must be sent at email@example.com
- You can be as detailed or as brief as you like, you can make a video, you can write it, you can include photos, be as creative as you like.
- The Competition closes at 5pm on 14 May 2021. Entries received outside of this period will not be accepted.
- The Students may ask for advice from adults but must write the letters themselves.
- By entering the competition, entrants agree that their letters, name and/or school’s name may be used by NZAN, Stonehenge Aotearoa and Milky-Way.Kiwi for promotional, educational or non-commercial purposes in any media, including social media feeds or other print and digital publications.
- The delivery of the Cosmic Star Safari milestones will be during 2021, by arrangement, with the exception of the online astronomy programme, SLOOH, where students will have accounts for an entire calendar year.
- 30 students and a teacher from the school will have access to SLOOH, our online astronomy programme.
- The school will have to arrange transportation to Stonehenge Aotearoa for the visit there.
MILESTONES OF COSMIC STAR SAFARI
Milestone 1. Our portable planetarium visits the school.
Milestone 2. The school visits Stonehenge Aotearoa.
Throughout the year, 30 students get to access robotic telescopes in Chile and the Canary Islands.
Milestone 3. After one year, the school creates a temporary exhibition from what they learned during the online astronomy programme.