Watch the top entries from this year's competition.
In the Spring half term Mr Arya, Head of E-Safety at Varndean School, ran a competition to make an online safety film. The results from all students showed inventive thinking outside the box and the overall winner was Maxwell Silver. His film, Stranger Danger Online, has also been used by a local authority online safety representative in an assembly at another school. Judges said of his film: 'Truly innovative and gets the message across in a powerful way.'
Maxwell Silver's 'Stranger Danger Online'.
The three runners up were:
Jake Sefton, judges said, 'A brilliant story that gets the message across hard at the end.' (film to follow)
Charlie Watts, judges said, 'A thorough video which covers many aspects of online safety.' (film to follow)
Luke Ebsworth, judges said, 'An effective video created using animation with simple messages.'
Luke Ebsworth's 'Think You Know Mike'.
@varndean It was definitely very helpful for our students and their families to feel more prepared
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@BrightonOrpheus Sounds great!