Welcome to the UK Safer Internet Centre, where you can find e-safety tips, advice and resources to help children and young people stay safe on the internet.

Safer Internet Day Supporters 2016

Thanks to over a thousand organisations who played their part to help make SID2016 the biggest one yet. Find out more about what happened across the UK.

  • Al-Ashraf Primary School

    Al-Ashraf Primary School

    As a school, we will be carrying out various activities related to Safer Internet Day, as well as a school assembly on e-safety, which we hope will be led by a team of specialist IT consultants.

  • Friendly WiFi

    Friendly WiFi

    Reaching out to all of our Public WiFi venues & WiFi providers both in and outside the UK. The Friendly WiFi social media engine will be busy making sure the message of Safer Internet is heard.

  • Emsworth Primary School

    Emsworth Primary School

    Emsworth Primary School be sharing safer internet messages through a whole school assembly and giving information/ education to parents.

  • Three

    Three

    We are promoting Safer Internet Day to our employees to raise awareness of the importance of educating children on how to enjoy the benefits the internet safely whenever and wherever they go online.

  • Ryde School (with Upper Chine)

    Ryde School (with Upper Chine)

    At Ryde School, we have an assembly on e-safety and we will be taking part in the Heart campaign.

  • Kids Email

    Kids Email

    We are going to be doing Newsletters and a lot of involvement through social media to promote positive messages about staying safe online and Safer Internet Day.

  • SuperAwesome

    SuperAwesome

    We'll be celebrating SID by featuring a number of SID videos and posts on our child-safe app PopJam. Our community will also be encouraged to enter our Daily Challenge – to Decorate the Heart.

  • Crocketts Community Primary School

    Crocketts Community Primary School

    Classes in school will be watching parts of SIDTV as well as studying e-safety lessons. We will all be taking part in an e-safety assembly at the end of the week.

  • Homestart St Albans

    Homestart St Albans

    We will be promoting the importance of online safety and safe use of the internet through sharing information through our social media pages.

  • All Saints' Primary School

    All Saints' Primary School

    At All Saints' we will be continuing our work to raise awareness of online safety issues. We will be working with children, staff and parents. The main focus of the day will be a special assembly.