1. Animated presentation;
Animated presentations, created using school ICT hardware and software. Entries in this section will be limited to 2 minutes in length and the subject of the animated presentation is left to the school’s choice. Schools will have to demonstrate that pupils have been extensively involved in creating the animation.
2. Digital media;
Entries to this section will make use of digital media to support teaching and learning. The digital media could be stimulus material or an outcome from working on a project, resource development or editing existing digital materials. Where the digital media is an outcome, schools will have to demonstrate that pupils have been extensively involved in creating / developing / editing the resource.
3. Promotion of town;
…Or village, community in eTwinning, Ekoskola or other initiative is open to all categories and must demonstrate the involvement of the community. Work must show students’ presentations or promotional material that promotes their locality through text, images, sound or video. These presentations should be created through ICT and presented as digital media.
e-Safety is an important issue for schools to consider. Entries to this award should demonstrate how schools are meeting the challenges it presents. They may include:
- descriptions of activities to raise awareness of staff, pupils and parents,
- the establishment of internal systems to provide protection for all users,
- the establishment of systems which allow safe access outside school