Launching on 4th May 2010, a new Competition by Childnet International offers primary and secondary aged children the opportunity to create a positive message about the internet.
Schools and other agencies and establishments (youth workers etc) will need to register first and will then be emailed a lesson plan, further resources and most importantly, the theme! All you have to do is to think about the theme, decide on how to film your message and keep it to 60 seconds and get it back to Childnet by Friday 28th May 2010 you’ll in with a chance of winning!
How does it work?
- The shortlisted finalists will be selected from each category and invited to a private screening in London, the first week of July.
- Childnet’s judging panel will then select a winner and two runners up from each category (judges will be revealed to invited finalists)
Competition opens: 9am on Tuesday 4th May
Competition closes: 5pm on Friday 28th May
Finalists notified: 14th June
Screening & finalist event: First week of July (date to be confirmed)
How to enter
- Teachers and youth workers MUST register on behalf of all entrants to firstname.lastname@example.org and clearly state
- Your name and position
- School or establishment
- Primary or secondary category
Good luck to all those who enter!
For more details visit www.childnet.com/downloads/Film_competion_Pb.pdf