SID Awards

The Safer Internet Day Awards  to enable us to reward more schools around Ireland who run events, activities and positive actions for Safer Internet Day.

We now have more ways to enter, a range of different categories and even more amazing prizes!

The SID Awards 2020 competition has now closed.

Good luck to everyone who has entered.

Competition for Primary Schools

Enter our Primary School Safer Internet Day Competition and you could win a DRONE for your school and other prizes

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Competition for Secondary Schools

Show how internet savvy you are by entering our Safer Internet Day competition especially for Secondary Schools

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Competition for Primary Schools

Competition Categories

We have a great range of competitions for primary schools to enter. We have colouring competitions, picture, poster and technology competitions.

Prizes

Prizes

Be in with a chance of winning THREE drones for your school. We also have spot prizes including Instax cameras, and vouchers, for each competition!

Competition for Secondary Schools

SID Awards

Competition Categories

Enter our Arts Competition – writing, music and art. Perhaps Technology is more your thing,

or simply tell us about your internet safety campaign to win.

Prizes

Prizes

Win your place at the exclusive SID Awards Ceremony at Facebook HQ in Dublin on 23rd April, hosted by a very special guest!

Previous Winners

Find out about out previous Safer Internet Day competition winners. Get inspired by some of the amazing entries we have had over the last four years!

Competition Winners 2019

Over 15 schools are being awarded for their online safety initiatives, with 200 students being recognised today…

Competition Winners 2018

We are delighted to announce the Grand Prizes winners of the Safer Internet Day 2018 #BeInCtrl Big…

Competition Winners 2017

We are delighted to announce the SID Competition Winners 2017. The Grand Prize winners of the Safer…

Competition Winners 2016

We are delighted to announce the SID Competition Winners 2016. The Grand Prizes winners of the Safer Internet…

Terms and Conditions

 It is important that all entrants read the terms and conditions of the competition before entering. Read all our Safer Internet Day Competition T&C’s below.

Talk to someone

Worried about something you have seen online or concerned about your child? Childline and the National Parents Council Primary offer free advice and support service.

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