Safer Internet Day - #esstips Competition Winners

We are delighted to have received over 700 entries for our #esstips competition, supporting the Safer Internet Day 2016 activities.


UKSIC SID2016
In the last few days leading up to SID2016, we had a flurry of entries for the #esstips competition - aimed at encouraging students to come up with their own tip for safe use of the Internet. We are delighted to announce the winners.

Primary Category
In the primary category, special mention goes to the following entries:

  • Check your age before you click on that page! - Sudbourne School
  • Be safe online, I’m sure that’s fine, don’t be a bully or you’ll commit a crime. - Phillimore Community Primary School
  • The primary school winning entry was:
    Never chat with anyone you don’t know, because you never know how far it will go
    This came in from the students at Hawley Place School in Camberley

    Secondary Category
    Special mentions in the secondary category go to:

  • Don't send messages that could offend - Trinity Catholic High School, Woodford Green
  • Online stranger = Danger - Heart of England
  • Stop and think before you speak or say - Rochdale Girls School
  • The secondary school winning entry goes to:
    If you don't know the sender, it might be a pretender!
    This winning entry came from St James Senior Girls School in London

    Congratulations go to everyone who entered - we had a fantastic response and we hope the students enjoyed taking part.

    We would like to thank e-safety consultant Tim Pinto for choosing our winners, he had quite a job picking from hundreds of great entries.

    It's great that schools are still tweeting with the hashtag #esstips - we will continue to retweet these tips throughout the year.

    Written by E-safety Support on February 09, 2016 15:00


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