Films made by children about how they use they internet
Childnet is an organisation that works directly with children, parents and teachers to help make the internet a great and safe place for children.
This year they invited all UK schools and youth organisations to enter their film-making challenge. Two separate projects for primary and secondary aged children looked at themes and key messages from Safer Internet Day 2013.
Primary aged children who entered the competition were challenged to create a 60 second film to say why they think ‘The internet is great, when you respect your mates.’
Secondary aged entrants were asked to create a 2 minute film about ‘How do you connect with respect?’
In July, all the finalists were invited to see their film shown in a cinema to the Childnet judging panel at the British Film Institute in London, where they were awarded some fantastic prizes for their school or youth group.
You can watch all the finalists’ films by visiting the Childnet website.