An important aspect of anti-bullying prevention, wellbeing and internet safety in schools is the active involvement of students in building a positive school climate.
As a part of Safer Internet Day campaign, Webwise is reaching out to post-primary students and encouraging and supporting them to address internet safety issues such as cyberbullying, online wellbeing, false information online, privacy, data protection and your rights online by leading awareness-raising campaigns in their clubs, schools, and communities.
Webwise is looking for young people who have the passion to lead an internet safety awareness raising campaign in their school.
Webwise will provide full training and guidance on setting up a campaign. They allow up to two students from the same school to apply. The closing date for application is Saturday the 31st of October, 2020. Students who are interested can sign up, or they can be nominated.
For more information, and to apply, please go to: https://www.webwise.ie/trending/sid-ambassador-programme-open/.