The Childnet Film Competition is a great opportunity for young people to get creative and share online safety messages in video form. We have some great prizes up for grabs again this year which can be won for the entrant’s school or youth club.
The Film Competition is split into two age categories, primary and secondary. For both categories young people must create a film in response to the theme: ‘Connect with respect – a better internet starts with us!
Schools or youth organisations must oversee and submit entries on behalf of all participants.
and schools or youth organisations must oversee and submit entries on behalf of all participants. For both categories, young people must create a film in response to the theme: ‘Connect with respect - a better internet starts with us!’
We are so excited to see what young people across the country have to say about online safety and want to encourage as many young people as possible in schools, youth clubs or part of any youth-focused organisation to take on the challenge and get filming!
We are encouraging as many young people as possible to get involved in the Childnet Film Competition, from schools to youth groups and any organisation working with groups of young people, we want to see as many youth made films as possible!
What happened last year?
Watch the video and find out:
There is a month left to enter the Childnet Film Competition, here are the key dates you need to know about:
- Competition closes: Monday 11th June 2018
- Finalists notified: Monday 18th June 2018
- Finalists' event: Tuesday 3rd July 2018
Download the resource packs for Primary aged children and Secondary aged Children, these provide all the tools you need to help you to plan and create a great film, as well as some important forms you need in order to submit your final films.
If you have any questions about the film competition visit http://www.childnet.com/resources/film-competition/2018/faq
Find out more at about the Childnet Film Competition at www.childnet.com/film-comp