As stated in Challenge Rule 13, schools needs to ensure that parents or carers know that by entering the Challenge, students may receive a PRC certificate with their name and school printed. The Premier's Reading Challenge no longer lists student names on an Honour Roll, however there may be opportunities for students to be recognised through media publications or through the school's own newsletters and communications. No student names and/or details will be published publicly without prior consent from parents/ carers. Students whose parents or carers do not wish them to receive a certificate must not enter any books in an online Student Reading Record (SRR). These students may take part in the Challenge unofficially - they may use the PRC booklists and can seek recognition for completing the Challenge from within their school community - but they cannot add any books to an online Student Reading Record.
Can students whose parents do not want their child to have an online account participate? Print
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