E-safety competition - the winner!

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. 

Smawthorne Henry Moore - the winning entry!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 - Lordship farm

2nd Prize - Awarded to Lordship Primary School.

The judges really liked the original design and clear e-safety tips.

3rd prize

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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