Secondary Competition

Safer Internet Day Awards - Secondary

Details of the SID Awards 2022 will be announced in January.

Best Campaign Category

This award recognises the work of students, and young people, who have undertaken multi-faceted Safer Internet Day campaigns. Those who have ran several activities or events, who have addressed a number of topics, or who have ran week long campaigns. These campaigns require an enormous amount of hard work, and commitment, and this dedicated category rewards that.

 

Note: Campaigns can take the theme of Promoting a safer, better internet or can focus on a specific topic; digital literacy, cyberbullying, online wellbeing, etc.

 

How to enter:

To submit your entry for this category complete the form below outlining information about your campaign, who it was aimed at, who was involved, and the impact that it had.

SID Ambassador Leadership Award

The SID Ambassador Leadership Award recognises the commitment, and leadership, shown by students who have participated in the SID Ambassador Programme and who have led Safer Internet Day campaigns in their schools, clubs and local communities.

 

Through their positive actions students have embraced the SID Ambassador Programme values of respect, leadership, commitment, inclusion and teamwork, and award recognises those efforts.

 

How to enter:

To submit your entry for this category complete the form below outlining information about your campaign, who it was aimed at, who was involved, and the impact that it had.

 

SID Teacher Award

There are teachers all over Ireland doing amazing work to help students to make their Safer Internet Day events, activities, and campaigns a success. This award is to recognise the contribution that they make.

 

The award is open to primary and post-primary school teachers.

How to enter:

To submit your entry for this category complete the form below outlining information your teacher’s in supporting your Safer Internet Day activities, and the impact that this has.

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