Rules and Regulations

  • All young people who have made something with technology can enter Coolest Projects.
  • Participants can only register and be judged on 1 project (individual or group project) at Coolest Projects.
  • All projects must fit into one of the categories for the event you are attending.
  • All participants are reminded to refrain from using any inappropriate, violent and/or copyrighted content in their projects.
  • All young people involved in the project must be up to and including the age of 18 who are still in secondary or high school equivalent education.
  • Projects can be entered as an individual participant or a team/group, of no more that 5 participants per team, can register a project.
  • All entrants must be available to attend the event they have entered or registered for.
  • No online, video or remote entries can be accepted.
  • For team/group each member of the team must register. Please ensure you enter all team members names under your project.
  • Projects created for other competitions can be entered in Coolest Projects.
  • If a Coolest Projects event is oversubscribed, preference is given to youth who are members of an active Code Club, Dojos and Raspberry Jams, then those who are members of official Raspberry Pi Community Partners (such as Scouts UK, NCS). For selection we will be ensuring proportionate representation across the categories and considering location & gender of the registrants.
  • Coolest Projects is open to unfinished projects, just bring your project and showcase the parts that are working. Coolest Projects is all about the experience and learning gained from participating and showcasing what you have created.

Terms and conditions for attending a Coolest Projects

  • Coolest Projects cannot take any responsibility for personal belongings lost, damaged or stolen on the day of the event.
  • Participants are responsible for their own equipment and belongings on the day of the event.
  • Coolest Projects organisers reserve the right to disqualify any project registered which do not adhere to the competition rules and guidelines.
  • When a project is registered, permission is granted to Coolest Projects and the Raspberry Pi Foundation to use the project for future publicity or educational purposes.
  • In such cases, the organisers will make sure that the creator(s) is/are clearly acknowledged for their work.
  • Coolest Projects organisers reserve the right to disqualify any projects registered based on inappropriate or copyrighted content used within an individual and/or team/group project.
  • Coolest Projects organisers reserve the right to disqualify any project registered which do not adhere to the competition rules and guidelines.