Competition gets 1000+ entries!

winners

Judging of the Worcestershire schools Safer Internet Day poster competition took place at Hindlip Hall, the West Mercia Police HQ on February 22nd.

Over 1000 posters were submitted from schools across Worcestershire.

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The judges were Barrie Sheldon, Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner, Sophie Banham from Just2Easy, Paul Barber from Westacre Middle School, Brett Laniosh from Catshill Learning Partnerships and the digital leaders from Westacre Middle School.

The winning entries

Emily from Catshill Middle School, Emma from The Chantry School, Sarah Jane from Heathfield School, Jen from Sytchampton Endowed Primary School, Harriet from Westacre Middle School.

THANK YOU TO ALL PUPILS WHO TOOK PART!

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The competition was a joint initiative between Westacre Computing Community (made up of Worcester and Droitwich schools led by Westacre Middle School in Droitwich) and Catshill Learning Partnerships  with support from the West Mercia Police and Crime Commissioner who hosted the competition judging at the police headquarters at Hindlip Hall on 22nd February.

Prize sponsors include educational suppliers Just2Easy (based in Kidderminster), County Infrastructure Services (based in Droitwich) and Catshill Learning Partnerships (based in Bromsgrove).

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