The results are in! Thanks to some help from East Worthing and Shoreham MP Tim Loughton judging from the excellent shortlist, we now have our winners for the 2019 Safer Internet Day poster competition.
Together for a better internet
The theme of this year’s campaign was “Together for a Better Internet” and this theme arose across many of the posters that were entered into the competition. The posters addressed a range of issues from cyber security to online games and social media.
Internet Safety Poster Competition Winners
First place was awarded to Ella Wotton Palmer, age 5, from Moss Lane School in Godalming for a colourful poster with a simple but very important message. 8-year-old Summer Gibbons from The Globe Primary Academy in Lancing and 11-year-olds Lara and Lloyd from London Meed Primary School in Burgess Hill took the two runner-up prizes.
First prize for the competition was a Chrome Book for the school of the winning pupil and two runners-up were awarded a digital camera for their school.
Stay safe online
We love running this competition every year as it’s a great way to keep the message of internet safety going throughout the year and giving back to the schools with some great prizes. The judging seems to get tougher every year, but we’re happy to have some great new posters to help us share the importance of staying safe online.
Look out for the prize-winning posters at JSPC events and remember – Be Safe Online!