Lockdown Photo Comp

We had some fun over lockdown, and we’re sure you did too.

That’s why we’re putting up some awesome prizes for the best lockdown photos. We want your students to send us funny, lovely, crazy or cool shots of their time in lockdown, and the best ones in each of the categories win!

All photos will appear in our online photo exhibition, the winners and runner ups will be displayed in a local gallery, an awesome way for students from different schools to connect and have fun.

Categories 

Bubble life – show us how your whānau spent time together during the lockdown. 

Funniest moments – any baking fails, dad-makeovers? Show us your best LOL-worthy lockdown shots. 

Learning something new? – first bread, first ollie, first lip-sync – send us photographic evidence of your awesome new skills. 

Spreading kindness – how did you share the love? Send us your shots! It could be that epic hut you built for your siblings, the birthday dinner for your mum or the groceries you dropped off to a neighbour. 


How to enter: 

First step, you need to register your school to participate by heading here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r...

The competition opens on Friday 12th June and closes on Friday 31st July! 

It is open to students and staff and it is free to enter. 

You are allowed to enter one photo per category. Once you have picked your best shot head to: 

https://woobox.com/38kugh 

and fill in the entry form. It’s that simple! Our panel of judges will pick the winners in each category and winners will be announced the week commencing 17th August. 


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