***UPDATED: Winners Announced – Competition now closed***
It may be Safer Internet Day today but at PK Education we believe that Internet Safety cannot be restricted to one day, rather it needs to be 365 days a year especially where young people are concerned.
That’s why we want you to design an Internet Safety Poster that can be utilised all year round and used within schools to remind pupils how to use the internet safely.
The theme for Safer Internet Day 2017 this year is: ‘Be the change: unite for a better internet’. We want you to bring this subject to life by getting creative and help us to be the change.
We’ve enlisted the help of e-Learning Specialist, Rob Whitehouse, from Samsung Digital Academy to help us to judge the entries. Rob said: “We’re using the internet daily and most of the time this is not under the watchful eye of teachers or parents. We’re all guilty of thinking something won’t happen to us or someone we know, so this poster competition is a great opportunity to remind everyone that if not used correctly the internet can be the doorway to danger.”
The winning design will be printed, together with the pupil’s name, year group and school, and used within our welcome packs for teachers and the schools we work with.
In addition, we have some fantastic prizes for you and your pupils:
The winning design will be printed and utilised.
£50 of Amazon vouchers for the winning pupil
£200 in your choice of either Amazon vouchers, sporting equipment or craft supplies for your school
WINNER: Noor Raja ~ Year 6 ~ Tinsley Meadows Primary Academy, Sheffield
£50 of Amazon vouchers for the runner-up design
JOINT 2nd PLACE: Ruby Drake & Kiara ~ Year 6 ~ Woodlea Junior School, Leyland
£25 of Amazon vouchers for the third place design
3rd PLACE: Jantinder Singh Sunner ~ 4JW ~ Hargate Primary, Birmingham
To enter, simply email email@example.com or contact your PK consultant to request an entry form, which will be emailed to you.
The closing date for entries is Friday 31 March 2017. Your consultant will be happy to collect your school’s entries or they can be posted to PK Education, Studio 3, Clarks Courtyard, 145 Granville Street, Birmingham, B1 1SB.
Good luck and get creative.