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This is your chance to win a year’s subscription to the fantastic stop-motion animation software Zu3D, which can be installed on all of your PCs, Macs and iPads!

123ICT are pleased to announce the details for our latest competition to design an interactive and informative screensaver which promotes and shows involvement with E-Safety.

We are all well aware of the great learning and communication opportunities of the Internet. However, we also know how vitally important it is that our children use this wonderful resource safely and know what to do should they come across anything on the Internet that makes them feel uncomfortable.

As part of 123ICT’s aim to raise E-Safety awareness in all Oxfordshire schools, it is hoped that this terms competition will increase appreciation of the numerous pit-falls of using the Internet; thereby, encouraging and promoting good on-line practise. It should also give pupils an opportunity to practise and improve their computing and graphic skills.

Zu3D tptIn addition, to the above E-Safety and curriculum benefits, your school could possibly win a year’s subscription to the fantastic Zu3D stop-motion animation software – kindly donated by Zulogic Ltd – or a 123ICT pupil workshop for your school!

 

 

Competition Guidelines

  • The screensaver should show involvement with E-Safety, be interactive and informative; not merely copying advice that is already published on the Internet.
  • Any graphics or office application can be used to create the screensaver.
  • Each entry should comprise of between one and three separate image files which can be used either as a standalone, or slideshow screensaver.
  • The competition is intended for Key Stage One and Two children, including age appropriate entries from special needs schools.
  • Each 123ICT school is entitled to submit one entry per year group to the competition.
  • There will be a year’s subscription to Zu3D, kindly donated by Zulogic Ltd, for the first place entry and a 123ICT workshop, of the school’s choice, for the runner up.
  • As usual, judging of all entries for our competitions will be carried out by the 123ICT team, calling upon any additional expertise necessary to assist in that judgement.
  • The winning entries, along with all other submissions, will be published on our website: www.123ict.co.uk and notification of the winners will also be sent to our schools during Term Four.
  • Entries should be e-mailed as attachments to: competitions@123ict.co.uk. A reply e-mail will be sent to all submitting schools to confirm receipt.
  • Closing date: no later than Thursday 25 February 2016.

 

Further Information

Full competition details can be found by clicking the link below, or by visiting our website 2015-16 Competitions Page.

 

Should you have any further questions regarding the competition, please e-mail them to: competitions@123ict.co.uk , or speak to your 123ICT Consultant who will be more than happy to assist you.

Good luck, we look forward to viewing your competition entries.

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