Year 11 pupil Aidan Nesbitt (11SE) has been chosen as a top 3 prize winner in an eSafety video competition launched by C2k, EA.TV, Capita and the Education Authority, in partnership with the Safeguarding Board for NI and UK Safer Internet Centre. This was a new initiative to help inform young people of some of the dangers of being online.
Aidan was the only pupil from TJHS to enter the competition launched by Mrs McMurray. He created a Minecraft inspired video to warn pupils of the dangers online. “Beware of Creepers online” Mrs McMurray is extremely proud of him as this is a huge achievement. Aiden will win a HP CONVERTIBLE PROBOOK 612 LAPTOP FOR HIS EFFORTS.
Aidan’s video can be accessed by staff and pupils through My School, C2K Media Library and typing 'creepers' into the search box;
or by clicking the link below;
or view now via embedded video box on the right.
Mrs McMurray and Mrs Harris along with Aidan and his brother Michael travelled to Antrim on Tuesday 7th February 2017. The presentation was streamed live with both Aidan and Mrs McMurray being interviewed by Emma- Louise Johnston (TV Presenter). Representatives were also there from anti bullying agencies, C2K, and EA. The interview was carried out in a professional BBC style setting with proper equipment, editing and sound. Michael was allowed to watch all from behind the scenes.
The Safer Internet Day 2017 - Post-Primary Programme is now available in the c2k Media Library. Aidan’s interview is the first one starts about 6 minutes 20secs into the programme starting with a showing of his animation.