Safer Internet Day Awards 2020 – Primary Winners

Safer Internet Day Awards 2020 – Primary Winners

A record number of students and schools entered the Safer Internet Day Awards 2020.

 

The competition recognises the work that has been done to create awareness of Safer Internet Day, and to promote online safety generally.

 

Thousands of entries were submitted from across Ireland, with an exceptionally high standard of effort to create a safer, better internet for all.

 

The entries included a wide variety of activities and events that used the arts and technology to create effective online safety campaigns.

 

The Webwise Team would like to thank everyone who participated in the awards this year, and to the judges who took part in the Primary School competition.

Winners

We are delighted to announce that the winners of The Techwise Award, The Art Award and The Picture Competition who have won drones for their schools – congratulations, and well done for your really impressive work to promote online safety!

The Techwise Award

St. Colman’s NS, Cloyne, Co. Cork

The Art Award - Best Poster

Saoirse Jones, Alexandra College, Dublin

The Picture Award

Mrs. Lane’s 3rd Class, St. Mary’s NS, Cobh, Co. Cork

Congratulations to the winners of the Best Writing Award and Best Music Award who have won Instax Cameras for their schools.

Best Writing Award

Sarah Rogers,  St. Ursula’s Primary School, Waterford

Best Music Award

5th Class, Holy Cross Mercy School, Killarney, Co. Kerry

HTML Heroes Colouring Competition

Due to the current Covid19 restrictions we have been unable to complete the judging process for the HTML Heroes Colouring Competition. The entries for these categories are stored securely in the Webwise office, and we will complete the judging process when we have access to all the entries. 

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