Last term, the Switched on Computing team challenged primary school children up and down the country to design their own e-safety poster. There was a fantastic response with over 800 entries. We received a huge variety of designs and e-safety messages and we would like to congratulate everyone who entered! You can watch a slideshow of all the entries here.
It was a difficult decision to make, but we are delighted to announce that the winner is...Smawthorne Henry Moore Primary School with their Eve Safety submission.
The judges were particularly impressed with the creative design, attention to detail and the postive e-safety message.
The poster will be professionally printed up and presented to the school in the next few weeks.
2nd Prize - Awarded to Lordship Primary School.
The judges really liked the original design and clear e-safety tips.
3rd Prize - Awarded to King Street Primary School.
The judges praised the bold, colourful design and the clear layout of the poster.
The Switched on Computing team have also designed an e-safety poster which you can download and display in your school. Download the e-safety poster.
Interested in e-safety? Check out out our dedicated e-safety page which includes helpful documents, videos and free resources.
Switched on Computing is the number one primary resource for computing and provide complete coverage of the new curriculum. E-safety is an integral aspect of the resource and is embedded in every unit. There is also a clear e-safety pathway laid out at the beginning of each year group. Watch this video to find out more.
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