To be considered for judging, an entry must:
- Be historically accurate
- Relate to the theme.
- Be based on research using primary and secondary sources with these sources being acknowledged correctly.
- Reflect an understanding of the period including attitudes and values of people at that time.
- Meet the criteria for the entry format and be clearly and logically set out.
- Include a bibliography. For Years 9 -12 this must be an annotated bibliography.
- Include 50 word descriptor which summarises your topic and its relationship to the theme.
- Be original and not use the words or ideas of other people without acknowledgement.
- Be entirely created by the entrant or group.
Schools may enter up to a maximum of 6 entries in each of the following year level categories.
- Primary 1 (up to Year 4)
- Primary 2 (Years 5 and 6)
- Year 7
- Year 8
- Year 9
- Year 10
- Senior (Years 11 – 12)
Each entry may also be nominated for one relevant Special Category award.
Students may enter using the following formats:
– Individual Research Essay
– 3D Model
Any entries that do not meet their relevant criteria will not be considered for judging.
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