Emotive Student Online Safety Video Wins DAUK Competition
May 3, 2022
A powerful video created by a team of students at Norwich High School about the pressure young people feel to share nudes, has won our online safety video competition.
As part of the GDST's Online Safety Day, we challenged students to shoot and edit a video about a chosen online safety topic in just a few hours, and they certainly rose to the challenge!
The videos were submitted to our Content Creation Team to judge and after much deliberation we selected the winning video, which was created by Annie, Hope, Fliss and Caitlin at Norwich High School. See video below.
Emma Robertson, CEO of Digital Awareness UK said, "We were blown away by the sheer volume of high quality content these students were able to create in such a short space of time. The winning entry was selected because it cleverly demonstrated how young people can experience pressure to share nudes through the messaging graphics and the animations creatively showed the impact such experiences can have on your mental health. We also liked that there was a clear call to action to help viewers understand what they can do should they find themselves in a similar situation. Huge pats on the back all round!"
Evie, Rosie, Elicia and Harriet from Wimbledon High School came in second place with this video, also about sharing nudes:
And Inez, Anna and Bella from Putney High School came in third place with this video about tech addiction:
Well done to all students that took part.
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