Currently, the use of social networks is fully integrated into society, but in order to use it in a responsible way we must respect a series of guidelines and know the risks, which change as children age.
That is why the Department of Citizen Participation of the National Police will offer the families of the AMPA of the European School, a talk focused on giving parents a picture of the ladder related to social networks from the beginning until finally children know more than their own parents.
So, we will have a complete view of each step, to help us know the warning signs and know when to act.
Did you know that drowning in water is the 3rd leading cause of non-traumatic death on the planet? Or that it is the 2nd leading cause of accidental death in Europe in people under 20 years of age? Did you also know that when the current drags you, it does so with the strength of 10 Olympic swimmers?
The water season has begun (sea, swimming pools, reservoirs …). To enjoy it without risks, Sebastián Quintana will show us how to act in times of danger. He is the director of the campaign ‘Canarias, 1,500 kilometers from the Coast’.
His campaign has directly reached some 7,000 people, was exhibited at the European Parliament and is now being presented at the European School of Alicante.
Congratulations to the winners of the first edition of the AMPA awards “Teenagers against COVID”.
1º Prize My life in times of COVID
2º Prize ParCovid
3º Prize Keep yourself and everybody around you safe
Jury AMPA representatives: Bárbara Prestigiacomo y Joan Stas Teachers and management representatives: Tiago Pita y María Bordoy Students representatives : Pedro Banz y Stefan Kolev (blank ballot)
Publication of awards: 5th March 2021
1º prize: My life in times of COVID
Sent by: Pinky Description: Pinky is going to show you how the life as a teenager changes in times of COVID
2º prize: ParCovid
Sent by: CmaXou06 Description: Respecte les mesures de sécurité, sinon va-t’en!
3º prize: Keep yourself and everybody around you safe
Sent by: You are never too young to make a difference Description: This is a scene between a daughter and a mother. It shows the current worldwide problem. The daughter represents what some teenagers nowadays think about the virus. We hope this video will encourage people to send out the message that this virus is real so that we can stop it, but only if we are united.