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Two internet safety films created for the All Wales School Liaison Core Programme have been nominated for international awards.

 

A screen shot of 'Be Cyber Safe'

A screen shot of 'Be Cyber Safe'

The two bilingual DVDs – entitled ‘Look Who’s Talking’ and ‘Be Cyber Safe’ – have been produced in partnership with the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP), for use in lessons delivered to pupils aged 9 to 14 to raise awareness of safety issues when using the internet.

Both films have been nominated in the Best Learning and Development Communications category of the International Visual Communications Association (IVCA) Awards.

IVCA Awards are recognized as the premier marks of excellence for effective business and public sector communications in video, interactive projects, business television and digital media.

Award winners will be announced at an awards ceremony in London on Friday 23rd March.

Linda Roberts, National Coordinator of the All Wales School Liaison Core Programme, said: “We are all very pleased that the DVDs have been nominated for such a prestigious award and we eagerly await the outcome.”

“The development of such effective DVDs has been due to the hard work and commitment of all those involved. It reflects the very high level of partnership that has developed in support of the children and young people of Wales.”

To view preview clips of the two films, please visit www.schoolbeat.org/dvd-nominations

For more information on the All Wales School Liaison Core Programme, please see the www.schoolbeat.org  website Рa bilingual site providing educational crime prevention information and resources for police officers, teachers, pupils and parents.

 

Press release by Gwent Police

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