Logo competition for the
Erasmus+ European Project
« Home Sweet Home »
What is a logo ? It is an emblem, , a drawing, representing an association, a brand, a firm…
A few examples :
What is the use of this logo? It will be used to identify our European project, on the blog, in mails, in letters, to our European National Agency, on e-twinning …
Participate to this logo competition
and win a prize.
Logo Competition Rules
Rule 1 The competition is open to all the students of the school.
Rule 2 The competition is open from October 7th to November 3rd. Logos received after this date, won't be accepted.
Rule 3 The objective of the competition is to create an original picture (a logo) whose size won’tt exceed 20cm x20cm and whose aim will be to identify and visually represent the project « Home Sweet Home »..
Rule 4 The creations must be done on a A4 size sheet of paper. The surname, first name and class of the student must appear at the back.
Rule 5 Any technique can be used : crayons, feltpens, ink, paint, collage, photography, computer...as long as the size is 20cm x20cm on an A4 piece of paper.
Rule 6 The colours must not be too pale so that the logo remains visible when photocopied.
Rule 7 The picture must have the word Home Sweet Home and the five countries must appear too (as flags or any other forms).
Rule 8 The logo must be a personal creation, it must not be a copy of an existing logo. The students agree not to use any picture which is not their creation..
Rule 9 The students agree not to use any picture of people who would not agree to the publication of their image.
Rule 10 The students accept that their work can be exhibited to the public for the Erasmus+ “Home Sweet Home” project or the school.
Rule 11 The students will not receive any money for the use of their creations by the Erasmus+ “Home Sweet Home” project or the school.
Rule 12 Each student participating in the logo competition agrees to the following rules.
Rule 13 Each school participating in the Erasmus+ “Home Sweet Home” project in England, France, Greece, Spain and Turkey will select the 5 best logos in their school. A prize will be given to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd best logos.
Rule 14 On Monday, November 10th, in the French school, Collège Calmette et Guérin, the members of the Erasmus+ “Home Sweet Home” project will choose among the 5 logos selected by each school (that is to say 25 in total). Each member of the jury will only vote for a logo which was not made by a student from his/her school.
Rule 15 The members of the Erasmus+ “Home Sweet Home” project are for England, Mrs White and Mrs Tidmarsh, for Spain, Mrs Del Castillo and M. Filgueira, for Greece Mrs Tzanetopoulou and Mrs Fotinaki, for Turkey, M. Bozan and M. Celik and for France, Mme Kawa and Mme Denizou.
Rule 16 The student whose logo will be chosen will win a prize.