SID Award Winners 2024

SID Award Winners 2024

Over 200,000 people participated in Safer Internet Day 2024 in Ireland! The SID Awards are an opportunity to recognise, and reward, the brilliant campaigns and activities that students and schools undertake 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 this year’s theme “Tech in Our World”!

There was an incredibly high standard this year, and the Webwise Team would like to thank all who entered the Safer Internet Day Awards 2024.


SID Award Winners 2024

Best Overall Campaign – Post-Primary

Winner: Ardscoil Mhuire, Limerick

Highly Commended:

  • Laurel Hill Secondary School, Limerick
  • McEgan College, Macroom, Co. Cork
  • Presentation Secondary School, Waterford


SID Ambassador Leadership Award

Winners: Aisling and Anna, Laurel Hill Secondary School, Limerick

Highly Commended:

  • Lucy and Alanna, Ardscoil Mhuire, Limerick
  • Ciara and Dharini, Loreto College Foxrock, Dublin
  • Rheannon and Hanna, Sacred Heart Secondary School, Co. Offaly

Best Overall Campaign – Primary

Winner: St. Patrick’s Loreto Primary School, Bray, Co. Wicklow

Highly Commended:

  • Divine Word NS, Rathfarnham, Dublin 16
  • St. Etchen’s NS, Kinnegad, Co. Westmeath
  • St. Joseph’s NS, Templeboy, Co. Sligo.

HTML Heroes Colouring Competition


  • Junior-Senior Infants: Muyiwa – Balla NS, Co. Mayo
  • 1st-2nd Class: Aizah – Rusheen NS, Rusheen, Co. Cork
  • 3rd-4th Class:  Callum – Ardee Educate Together National School, Co. Louth
  • 5th-6th Class: Emily – Scoil Naomh ERC, Glenderry, Co. Kerry



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