Secondary Winners

SID Awards

Safer Internet Day Awards
(Secondary School)

We are delighted to announce the winners of our SID Awards! We had amazing entries and would like to congratulate everyone who entered and took part in Safer Internet Day 2019.

Picture Competition

Congratulations to St. Joseph’s College, Borrisoleigh, Co. Tipperary. We were delighted to meet Sami.

SID Awards

The Arts Awards

Poster Competition

Congratulations to Eureka College, Kells Co. Meath for their winning entry in our Poster Competition.

SID Awards

Writing Competition

Congratulations to  Emma Loise O’Kelly from St. Wolstan’s, College, Co. Kildare for her winning entry ‘The Invite’. Read here.

Music Competition

Congratulations to Ennis Community College and Gaelcolaiste An Chlar for their winning Music Entry ‘Satellite’. Watch here.

The Campaign Awards

Best Overall Campaign

Congratulations to Gaelcolaiste Luimnigh for winning the Best Overall Campaign. GL Luimnigh created a SID Oscars Event where they ran a video competition, hosting the Oscars in the local cinema.

Most Effect Anti-Cyberbullying Campaign

Congratulations to Abbey Vocational School for winning the Most Effective Anti-Bullying Campaign with their video.

The Techwise Award

SID Awards

Best Social Media Campaign

Congratulations to McEgan College in Macroom, Co.Cork for the Best Social Media Campaign. Follow them here on Instagram @mcegancollegesid1

SID Awards

Best Use of Technology

Congratulations to Ardscoil Mhuire Corbally in Limerick on their winning entry The Safety Net Podcast.

Best Video

Congratulations to Kishoge Community College in Lucan, Dublin for their winning video entry ‘Disconnected’.

SID Ambassador Leadership Programme

Huge congratulations to Emily O’Brien from Sacred Heart Tullamore for winning the SID Ambassador Leadership Award. Read more about her campaign here.

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