Rules of Entry

All competitors agree to abide by the rules of the competition.

This competition is open to all students, studying at primary school in the Republic of Ireland. All entries should be uploaded via the INSPA website. We regret that we are unable to accept email or postal entries.

Deadline for Entries:

Midnight Friday 19th January

Entries need to meet the following criteria:

1. One upload per student
2. Each entry must be cropped to 10"X8" (standard school portrait size) before uploading
3. A minimum accepted image resolution size of 300dpi
4. Minimum file size of 1Mb and a maximum file size of 9Mb
5. Jpg files only
6. Once you begin uploading your entries you must fill in the appropriate details for each image in the 'Description Text Box' below each image. The information you need to include here is; Students Name, Title of Work, Category (Senior/Junior)

Terms & Conditions

1. Late, illegible, defaced, or corrupt entries will not be accepted.
2. No responsibility can be accepted for lost entries.
3. All images submitted must be the work of the individual student and they must own the copyright for the image.
4. If an entrants photograph includes children aged 18 years or younger, it is the entrants responsibility to ensure they have permission from the parent/guardian of those in their photograph. This needs to be in way of a consent form, which can be completed on the INSPA website and should be completed at the time of uploading the entry the competition.
5. Entrants must ensure that the photograph they submit does not infringe any copyright of any third parties or any laws.
6. All schools will be notified by email if any of their entries have been selected as finalists or winners.
7. All prizes and certificates will be sent to the schools of all finalists and winners.
8. All entries together with the entrants' details (name, age, school or town) may be used in publicity campaigns (such as calendars, cards, posters and other point of sale materials). Photographs of the winners together with their names and ages may be used in publicity campaigns where the parents / guardians of the winners have given their consent.
9. The judges decisions are final, and we will not enter into any correspondence regarding the outcome of the competition.
10. The date for your school photography fundraising day must be booked with Image Masters before June 31st 2018. This condition applies to all finalist and winning schools. All photography fundraising days will take place in your school during the months of January/February/March of the following school year and are in aid of The Alzheimer Society of Ireland. Photo's will be taken of individuals, siblings and class groups where required with 10% of sales donated back to your school and a further 10% donated to The Alzheimer Society of Ireland.
11. All prizes must be accepted in full, are non-transferable and there is no cash alternatives for the prizes.

Dublin Zoo Terms & Conditions

1. Prizes are non-transferable and there is no cash alternatives for the prizes
2. The winner can invite their class to attend the event – this will be a maximum number of 35 students
3. The prize needs to be redeemed during school term (Monday – Friday) before June 2018.
4. Redemption of the prize is subject to availability of dates
5. Dublin Zoo will not cover transport or accommodation for the winner and their classmates
6. Dublin Zoo is not involved in the judging panel or choosing the winners, any potential dispute is between the applicant and Image Masters.


Category A - Seniors - (3rd Class - 6th Class)
Category B - Juniors - (Junior Infants - 2nd Class)