solimum again wrote:
Having had a quick look at the site I doubt if your children are in any danger of winning anything remotely as "desirable" as a Wii - the blurb says "Make sure your (sic) collecting loads of rewards and merits to be in with a chance of winning this stunning prize" - so it would seem that you have to collect a certain (large) number of stickers to be entered into a draw, in which there may be only one Wii to be won either in the school or (more cynically) among all the schools they have marketed this to. Presumably there are smaller prizes available automatically otherwise I can't see why any sensible child would bother. I must confess I don't really like the idea much myself having looked at it - could be a clever way for the company to collect marketing information from a lot of teenagers!
If this is anything to do with Connexions, that is exactly what they are doing. They are run by Capita (think ID cards and government computer disasters) and are busy building up a database of information on children whose schools are taken in by their propaganda. Even some grammar schools get sucked in.