Now that schools are headed back we want to see what adventures you got up to this summer. Send us your best #DofEsummer photo to be entered into our Twitter competition. Winner will be chosen 24 August by the DofE Scotland team. The winning photo will best show the fun that can be had doing your DofE. The prize is a DofE Goodie Bag packed with sporks, mugs, lanyards and more.
Terms and Conditions
1. The closing date is Saturday, 23rd August 2015. All entries must be received by the published closing date. Late or incomplete entries will not be accepted.
2. This competition is only open to those who are not employed by The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. It is a condition of entry that all rules are accepted as final and no correspondence will be entered into.
3. One entry per-person only, multiple entries are not permitted.
4. We will not be held responsible for any entries that are lost in transmission.
5. The winner will be selected by the in-house Communications team from all the entry submissions received by the closing date. This selection will take place within 7 days of the closing date.
6. The DofE will contact those who submitted the photos which we select to be posted on our social media channels, to obtain the necessary permissions for the use of the photo they have submitted before uploading them. Any person featured in these selected photos must give their permission, and written consent obtained from the parents/carers/guardians of any child under the age of 16. Should the DofE wish to publically display and publish any video submitted in promotional, PR and operations materials, digital and online following on from the competition then they will contact the entrant directly to seek their permission. Our photography contributions and privacy policies are available on www.DofE.org/en/content/cms/press-information/imagery-and-resource/.
7. The winner will be notified by social media. The winner will be announced on the 24th August 2015.
8. All reasonable attempts will be made to contact the winner but in the event that they cannot be contacted within 21 days a replacement winner will be selected.
9. All prizes are non-transferable and there are no cash alternatives.
By entering the competition, all entrants confirm they have read, accepted and agreed to be bound to the Terms and Conditions
Jackie Brock, CEO of Children in Scotland, is the new chair of the Scottish Advisory Committee. She officially took over the position from Glenn Rodger at the Gold Award Presentations earlier this month.
Jackie, pictured left with our Director Barry, was the Deputy Director of Learning and Support at the Scottish Government and piloted Curriculum for Excellence through its many iterations. She is author of the recent Brock Report – the Scottish Government’s report into Child Protection Systems.
Jackie is hugely respected across local and national government and we are absolutely delighted that she will be joining the committee.
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