Our First Great New-Style Competition!
Our first exciting competition of this year is to create an Online Safety Rules Poster for Classroom Display. We think that this challenge will provide a great start to the the new computing competition year; it will hopefully put Online Safety firmly on the agenda with new classes and could also provide classrooms and computing suites with a very useful Online Safety display feature to prominently reinforce the Online Safety message throughout the year.
This is the first of our new-style computing competitions for schools, which are linked to challenges on our recently introduced 123SOW. They also form part of our new exciting 123ICT Computing Champions League. Full details of our new-style competitions, the league and prizes can be found at: https://123ict.co.uk/123ict-computing-competitions/
The competition is for both KS1 and KS2. The KS1 children should base their poster around Sid’s Top Tips, which is a set of four easy-to-remember rules. The KS2 children should base their poster around the SMART Rules. However, the idea is not merely to copy the existing posters but for the children to create their own poster design that incorporates the important rules and displays them clearly.
The deadline for this competition will be the end of the first half of the Autumn Term.
Full details and guidelines for this competition, along with our other scheduled competitions for the year, can be found on our website competitions page: https://123ict.co.uk/
Should you have any further questions regarding this competition, or any of our planned competitions, please e-mail them to me at: firstname.lastname@example.org,, or speak to your 123ICT Consultant who will be more than happy to assist you.
Good luck in the competition, we look forward to viewing your fantastic competition entries.