HTML Heroes Colouring Competition

Safer Internet Day 2019

HTML Heroes Colouring Competition

Note: This competition is now closed.

We are excited to launch the 2020 SID Awards Colouring Competition for primary school pupils. There are four categories:

  • Junior- Senior Infants
  • 1st- 2nd Class
  • 3rd- 4th Class
  • 5th- 6th Class

Each colouring template can be downloaded below, feel free to use all of the templates with your class. Each colouring template is available in .pdf format. Please print template 3 in landscape format.

Be in with a chance of winning The Art Award – with a drone for your school up for grabs.

There will also be a small prize given for the overall winner of the colouring competition.

How to Enter:

  1. To enter the competition, you must be a resident of Ireland.
  2. Download your colouring template
  3. Only one entry allowed per person.
  4. Posters should be A4 in size
  5. There are multiple ways to enter. Entries can be posted to: Webwise, PDST Technology in Education, Invent, Dublin City University, Dublin 9, Ireland.
  6. Alternatively, you can take a picture of your colouring template and add it to your social media – make sure to tag Webwise Ireland on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and use the hashtag #HTMLHeroes.
  7. You can also email it to: Please use ‘Colouring Competition Entry’ in the Subject Line. Don’t forget to tell us what school you are in and what class you are in.
  8. All entries need to be accompanied by an email address of a teacher, parent or guardian
  9. Disclaimer: Webwise reserves the right to use entries for promotional reasons. 

Click here to download PDF. HTML Heroes Junior- Senior Infants Colouring Template

Click here to download PDF. HTML Heroes 1st-2nd Class Colouring Template

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Click here to download PDF. HTML Heroes 3rd-4th Class Infants Colouring Template

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Click here to download PDF. HTML Heroes 5th-6th Class Colouring Template

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