Music Competition 2019

Music Competition 2019

How to Enter

  1. With you classmates, write some lyrics that include an internet safety topic. Here are some ideas to help you: cyberbullying, fake news or sharing personal information. You can remake any of our videos: the Anti-Cyberbullying Rap ‘I Like it’, the ‘HTML Heroes’ raps, or come up with your own.
  2. You can enter as an individual, as a whole class, school or a youth group. If you’re under 16, you will need parental/guardian approval, or help from your teacher– please check our terms and conditions for more details.
  3. To enter the competition, you must be a resident of Ireland.
  4. Only one entry per person.
  5. You can record your song as a sound file (mp.3) and send it via email to: internetsafety@pdst.ie. You can also record a video and be entered into both categories: Music and Video! You can upload your video to any video sharing platform on a private link and send it to us.
  6. You can use instruments, singing, dancing- you name it!
  7. All entries will be judged by a panel of independent judges.
  8. Have fun, be creative, and show your passion for internet safety

Disclaimer: Webwise reserves the right to use entries for promotional activities. 

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