Awards celebrate the schools and individuals who are helping children and young people stay safe online.
The Community Education Awards are aimed at UK schools and pupil referral units that use education to encourage good citizenship and responsible decision-making.
Organised by the Police Community Clubs of Great Britain, the awards are an annual celebration of schools’ efforts to help children and young people to become positive community members.
With 3 categories dedicated to technology, the awards recognise the importance of educating young people about the dangers they may face online as well as celebrating projects that use technology to improve the learning experience. These awards include the SCC Internet Safety Award, The Cyber Bullying Project Award and The Technology in Learning Award.
The SCC Internet Safety Award invites schools to enter projects that deal with educating children on how to avoid inappropriate content, how to keep personal information safe and the best practice for downloading information. The Cyber Bullying Project Award will award projects that have looked to tackle cyber bullying and The Technology in Learning Award celebrates those using computer technology, media technology or scientific technology to improve or introduce a new learning experience
To enter the awards and find out more about all the categories visit: http://www.communityeducationawards.co.uk/awards-2014-2015/