SID Award Winners 2022

SID Award Winners 2022

Safer Internet Day Awards in Ireland 2022

In 2022 a record breaking 183,000 people participated in Safer Internet Day in Ireland! The SID Awards recognise and reward the fantastic initiatives undertaken by students and schools to promote safe, responsible and positive use of the internet and digital technologies.

Activities addressed a range of online safety and digital citizenship topics including cyberbullying, image sharing, privacy, online wellbeing, rights online and much more!

There was an incredibly high standard this year, and the Webwise Team would like to thank all who entered the Safer Internet Day Awards 2022.


SID Award Winners 2022

Best Overall Campaign – Post-Primary

Winner: Presentation Secondary School, Waterford.



Highly Commended:

  • Presentation Secondary School, Tralee
  • Limerick Educate Together Secondary School
  • Dominican College Sion Hill
  • Sacred Heart Secondary School Tullamore


Recognition of Excellence

  • Catherine McAuley School, Limerick


SID Ambassador Leadership Award

Winner: Allyssa and Serene, Sacred Heart School, Tullamore


Highly Commended:

  • Tia and Emma, Presentation Secondary School Waterford
  • Ellie and Eoin, Coachford College, Co. Cork
  • Megan and Niamh, St Louis Secondary School Monaghan
  • Rinnu and Sarah, St Dominic’s College, Cabra, Dublin 7 


Best Overall Campaign – Primary

Winner: Scoil an Chroí Ró Naofa Íosa, Huntstown, Dublin 15

Highly Commended:

Ballinspittle NS, Ballinspittle, Co. Cork

St. Brigid’s NS, Singland, Limerick


HTML Heroes Colouring Competition


Jr-Sr Infants: Millie – St Nicholas Primary School, Longwood, Co Meath

1st-2nd Class: Abbie – Scoil Naomh Bríd, Culleens, Ballina, Co. Mayo

3rd-4th Class: Pranav – St Patricks NS Diswellstown Castleknock Dublin 15

5th-6th Class: Isabella – Castletown NS, Castletown, St Johnston, Co. Donegal




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