#BeCyberKind Written Piece Competition Launches For Young People – Enter NOW!
In partnership with Warwickshire Police, to mark Safer Internet Day 2018 (Tuesday 6th February), we are running an written piece competition based on the two main themes of International Safer Internet Day:
- Respect Online
We want young people in Warwickshire, aged 6-17, to give other young people advice on how to share respect online.
The advice can come in the form of a poem, rhyme, rap, song, blog post or short story – whatever you can think of – it just needs to be no more than 200 words.
If your entry is picked as one of three top entries in your age category, you will win:
- 1st prize – £100 voucher / 2nd prize – £50 voucher / 3rd prize – £25 voucher
- A special behind-the-scenes police experience
- A tour of the Wasps RFC ground at the Ricoh Arena.
- Winning entries will also be published on our websites (including Twitter and Facebook).
Remember to put your name, age, address and school on the back of your entry, so we
know it is yours. Entry forms can be downloaded Entry Form.
Your entry should be posted (together with the completed permission form) to:
Warwickshire Safer Internet Day 2018 Competition,
PO Box 4,
Or you can email it to SID2018@warwickshire.pnn.police.uk
If you need more information about this competition, phone the Cyber Crime Team at
Warwickshire County Council on 01926 412261, or Jo-An Golding at Warwickshire Police on 01926 415141.
Details on how to apply can be found here.
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All entries MUST be received by 5pm on Wednesday 28 February 2018.
Winners will be announced on Wednesday 21 March 2018.