#BeInCtrl Big Picture Competition

#BeInCtrl Big Picture Competition

Share a photo using #BeInCtrl of what you are doing to celebrate Safer Internet Day 2018 to be in with a chance to win a gig with Sean and Conor Price at your school!


Key Details


Key Dates and Deadlines

  • The Opening Date for uploading Entries is 12 pm, Monday the 15th January 2018
  • The Closing Date is 5pm, Wednesday the 28th February 2018
  • The live performance will take place on the 23rd of March in your school

 

Get Involved!


The winning entry will be those that are most visually appealing, creative, effective, original and self-explanatory and captures this year’s theme ‘Be In Ctrl’.

A prize is available for the overall winner and runner-up prize.

  • Overall winner prize – exclusive gig and meet and greet by Sean and Conor Price in your school/organisation.
  • A runner-up prize will win a drone for their school!

It is so easy to get your school involved in Safer Internet Day! 

  1. Get your Safer Internet Day wristbands here
  2. Check out activities you can run in your school: List of Safer Internet Day Activities.
  3. Order resources! Did you know that teachers and parents can order resources from our website for free? They can go to the Teachers Section or the Parent’s Hub on Webwise.ie! Get everyone involved in Safer Internet Day 2018! 

 

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