To coincide with Safer Internet Day 2016, the Digital Learning Team are calling on Edinburgh pupils to use their creative powers to create a short video encouraging young people to stay safe online. The competition, supported by Brainpop, is open to primary and secondary schools and there are two Brainpop classroom subscriptions up for grabs for the winning videos.
To tie in with the competition, Brainpop have offered all Edinburgh schools an extended free trial of its services, running from now until the Easter holidays. If you are interested in finding out more about Brainpop and the hundreds of resources it offers both online and through apps, click here. To sign up for this, please email Rob Richardson at the address on the poster below. You do not need to enter the competition to sign up for the free trial.
See the poster below for details and check out the Brainpop video for inspiration or to use as a starting point for the activity with your students.
See the Brainpop Online Safety materials here: http://www.brainpop.co.uk/psheandcitizenship/pshekeepingsafe/onlinesafety/
Download a PDF of the competition poster by clicking here.