Terms and Conditions
This competition is organised by ParentPay in support of the Boat of Hope charity campaign. Further information is available on the Boat of Hope website.
The theme of the art is ‘Hope and the brief for the piece is purposely broad. We're looking for any artwork that illustrates the emotions you are feeling, your individual interpretation of 'hope', or something that depicts a journey through mental health challenges which you, or those close to you, may have experienced.
The artwork can take one of many forms: a painting, a drawing, or even a digital design. It could be in pencil, watercolour, oil, a collage, or even a combination. Whatever method and form best allows you to express yourself.
To maximise your chances of having your masterpiece feature on the Boat of Hope, there are a few simple guidelines which artist Justin Eagleton has provided:
- Form: Any form and materials that can be recreated as a flat image: (painting, drawing, digital design, collage, or a combination).
- Size: A4 or A3 artwork, a digital photo or image of which will need to be submitted.
- How to submit: A good quality scan or digital image to be submitted online via the website.
- Entries should be 300dpi with a maximum file size of 5MB.
- Submission deadline: 23rd July 2021 - Click here to enter.
- Final judging: 30th July 2021.
- Winning criteria: The judges will select the six most inspiring and thoughtful creations. 6 overall winners be selected
- Winning participants will be notified via their school.
The winning artwork will be featured on The Boat of Hope boat, which Bernie Hollywood will row across the Atlantic, and used in pre and post event publicity to create awareness of mental health and well-being in secondary school students.
Winning students, their parents or guardians plus a school representative will be invited to the unveiling of the Boat of Hope boat featuring their design in London.
All participating schools will have their school name featured as supporters on The Boat of Hope website.
Winning schools will also be entered into a prize draw to win a visit by Bernie Hollywood with the Boat of Hope boat.
This competition is organised by ParentPay in support of the Boat of Hope charity campaign.
Entries will be accepted from Secondary Schools in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. ParentPay customers and non-ParentPay schools may participate.
Entries are invited from students only with the permission of their parent/guardian.
Entries must be submitted by a school member of staff acting as a school representative on behalf of the student and must not be submitted by any students themselves. The following information is required for each entry: Student’s first name, School Name, and DOE.
Any direct student submissions with be automatically deleted and not eligible in the competition.
Any winners selected will be contacted via their school representative and will not be directly contacted by ParentPay or Boat of Hope.
Schools may submit more than one entry. Mutltiple artworks can be submitted with the same entry form.
Entries should be the student’s own original piece of artistic work. The competition organisers accept no liability for breaches of copyright relating to artistic work submitted. Competition entrants may retain their original artwork.
Winning competition entrants grant the organisers:
- the right to use their artistic work for the purposes described;
- the right to modify their artistic work for the purposes described;
namely to feature the artwork on the Boat of Hope boat and used in pre and post event publicity to create awareness of mental health and well-being in secondary school students.
The purpose for which we are processing your personal data is to raise awareness about the Boat of Hope charity campaign. We will process the following personal data: the winning Student’s first name, School Name, and the winning Student’s art. The legal basis for processing your personal data is because you consent to us doing so.
Participating schools and competition entrants grant permission to announce the winners and publish the Student’s first name, School Name, and a non-exclusive licence to use and publish the entry for the purpose of announcing the winner in any media relating to the Boat of Hope Campaign.
Winning competition entrants may also be invited to participate in media activity relating to the competition. This is entirely voluntary and with the permission of their parent/guardian.
The organisers reserve the right to cancel, postpone or amend the terms of the competition, if deemed necessary owing to circumstances beyond ParentPay’s control.