By Monday 7th May 2012 (now extended to Monday 14th May 2012), send your design directly to the sources highlighted in the 'How to enter' section below. With your entry include your name and age, the name of your school, a school contact name and their telephone number. The closing date is midnight on Monday 7th May 2012 (now extended to Monday 14th May 2012).
If you have any questions about the theme for the competition, please contact us at email@example.com. Each school can enter one piece of artwork for each year group. This could be made by individuals or a group of pupils. It is up to each school to decide what suits it best. The artwork should be no larger than 1metres in length x 0.8 meters high. The winning school's flag will taken to the top of Mount Barbeau and will be photographed with the team whilst it is flying at the summit.
The winning design will be chosen by the expedition team who will decide which work captures the theme in the most successful, creative and eye catching way. The winning school will receive a framed print of the photograph presented to the school and a year's log-in to www.eteteachers.org, worth £399. Students will be able to interact with the expedition; asking questions and receiving answers on the discussion boards whilst using the teacher resources on the site. After the Arctic Jubliee, the site can continue to be used to interact with the numerous other projects on www.eteteachers.org. By entering the competition, you agree to the reproduction of the images for use within the expedition and associated publicity.
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The best design will be judged before the expedition launch by Antony Jinman, Expedition Leader and the AJE Team. The flag will be flown and photographed with the team at the top of Barbeau Peak. All entries to be received by Monday 7th May 2012 (now extended to Monday 14th May 2012), and can be submitted by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org or posted to:
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