What does “think before you post” mean to you?
CEOP (The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre) are inviting young people to create and post a video clip to show them what this statement means to you and why it is so important to be safe on the internet – make your entry as original, exciting or as edgy as you like. The clip can be anything you like – they want to know what you think!
This is a competition that is open for 8-16 year olds to create a short film (1-3 minutes long) under the banner of Think Before You Post – what does it mean to them, how would they explain this sentiment to other young people and we are throwing down the gauntlet to young people to be as creative as they like to get this message across to their peers – and the opportunity to win some exciting prizes. Entries can be made by individuals, small groups of up to 5 people or as a whole class – a great end of term project perhaps!
The entries can be submitted now and the closing date is 28th January 2010.
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For more information on Safer Internet Day 2010 visit http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/saferinternetdayuk/