An eight year-old north Pembrokeshire pupil has won an ICT design competition.
Daniel English of Ysgol Bro Ingli in Newport won an 8g iPod nano for designing a poster promoting safer use of mobile technology.
Organised by the County Council's Be-SMART E-safety group, the competition marked Safer Internet Day, which was held in February.
Pupils across the County were asked to design posters, leaflets, web pages or screensavers illustrating their top 10 tips for safe and responsible use of mobile technology.
The best ideas and designs will be used for a leaflet - both print and electronic - to go out to every school and pupil in the County.
Daniel was presented with his prize by Councillor Huw George, Cabinet Member for Children and Young People, last week.
Runners up were Finn Pierpoint, also of Ysgol Bro Ingli; Sam Benbow of Greenhill School in Tenby and Elen Maycock of Wolfscastle School. They each won a £10 voucher each.
All schools who entered the competition received a £25 voucher.
Safer Internet Day is organised by Insafe to promote safer and more responsible use of online technology and mobile phones among children and young people.
Daniel (centre front) is pictured with his prize. Also pictured is runner up Finn Pierpoint along with (L-R) Councillor Huw George; Alona Jones, Schools Advisor for ICT and Chair of the E-safety group and Ann James, headteacher at Ysgol Bro Ingli.
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