How to Enter

This year we are delighted to introduce a brand new category – the Art Competition!


Entries in this category must create a poster inspired by the Safer Internet Day 2023 theme “promoting respect and building empathy online”.


Categories for Primary:

1st and 2nd Class | 3rd and 4th Class | 5th and 6th Class


Categories for Post-Primary:

1st and 2nd Year | Transition Year | 5th and 6th Year



How to submit your entry:

Post your entry to: Webwise / PDST Technology in Education, Innovation House DCU Alpha, Old Finglas Rd, Dublin 11, D11 KXN4.

Include the following information: Name, school, teacher’s contact details, category you are entering, and a brief description of the poster.


Closing Date:

The closing date for entries is Friday, March 31st.




Primary – Terms and Conditions

Post-Primary – Terms and Conditions

Art Competition Maser Webwise


We are delighted to run this competition with the support of internationally renowned Irish Artist Maser.

Entries will be judged by Maser and the winning posters will be exhibited in a public gallery in Dublin this September.


The Art competition entries will be judged based upon:

    • Relevance to theme: poster that that reflects the theme of Safer Internet Day 2023
    • Creative approach: innovative and creative approach to the theme
    • Effective presentation and communication of the message

This competition is supported by the Irish Safer Internet Centre, a partnership of, ISPCC, National Parents Council Primary and Webwise coordinated by the Department of Justice and co-funded by the European Union. The partners work together towards a shared mission of making the Internet a safer and more inclusive place for children and young people.

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