We are excited to announce that today marks the launch of our 2017 Internet Safety Poster Competition! The competition ties in with Safer Internet Day on 7 February which aims to promote the safe, responsible and positive use of digital technology for children and young people.
Three schools are in with a chance of winning with prizes available for first, second and third place. The winning student’s school will receive £500 worth of eSafe vouchers, second place wins £250 worth of eSafe vouchers and third place £100 of eSafe vouchers. Each of the three winning pupils will also receive a fantastic Polaroid iF045 14.0 MP Compact Digital Camera!
The competition, which is aimed at children aged between 4-11, will be judged by four prominent figures; Gary Shipton, Editor in Chief of Sussex Newspapers; Tim Loughton, Conservative MP for Worthing East and Shoreham; Mark Donkersley, Managing Director at eSafe and James Stoner, founder and Managing Director at JSPC.
Our 2015 Internet Poster Competition was a great success with some really exciting entries. The competition was entered by lots of children in Hampshire, Surrey and Sussex, drawing their attention to the dangers they may face online. We are hoping that our 2017 competition is just as successful and helps us to educate even more young people about the importance of online awareness and enjoying the Internet in a safe and positive way.
Posters should promote the importance of Internet safety and can be drawn, painted, collaged or designed on a computer. The most creative and interesting design will win!
To enter, please send your creations to firstname.lastname@example.org, give to a JSPC Technician or post them to the JSPC office address by 28th February 2017. For further information and terms and conditions please click here.