Childnet’s annual film competition is now open for entries.

Childnet has been working with children and young people since 2001, celebrating the learning opportunities that the internet brings whilst equipping youngsters with the knowledge and tools they need to be safe online.

What is it?

Primary and secondary school pupils are invited to create a short film about internet safety. Films should showcase the positive and inspiring use of the interest as well as the importance of being safe online.

Who can enter?

The competition is open to pupils aged 7 to 18 years.

There are primary and secondary categories – full competition details can be found on the Childnet website.

How do I enter?

Find out what you need to do to enter on the Childnet website by selecting the appropriate category. The deadline for entries is 12th June 2015.

Good luck!

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