School Registration Form 2019-20
This form is for teachers who wish to run Puzzle of the Week at their school for the next academic year. The competition will begin in late September 2019 and you will receive further information before the start date.
What is the name of your school? *
Your answer
What is your first name? *
Your answer
What is your surname? *
Your answer
What is your email address? *
Your answer
In which town or city is your school located? *
Your answer
In which country is your school located? *
If you're in the UK, please put England, Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland
Your answer
How did you hear about Puzzle of the Week? *
Use of Data and Privacy
Puzzle of the Week will not share or sell any data submitted by your school or students to any third party at any point. Names of schools and students may appear publicly on the website for the online leaderboards but email addresses are never made public.

Teachers' email addresses are used to send puzzles updates, results, and for general Puzzle of the Week communication. You will not receive any third party promotions or communication.

Students' email addresses are used to track multiple submissions from each student and to send results to those students. Puzzle of the Week will not use student email addresses for communication of any kind other than concerning results for the competition.

All data are stored securely online using Google Drive. Student email address data from previous competitions are deleted at the end of each calendar year. If you have any questions or wish to know more about the data that are held about you or your students by Puzzle of the Week then please please visit

Do you consent to Puzzle of the Week using your data as specified above? *
If you are not able to offer consent then I am afraid that Puzzle of the Week cannot register your school for the competition. Students will need to give their own individual consent when submitting each of their answers.
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