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 online.
Who We Are
UK Safer Internet Centre is a partnership of three leading charities with a mission to make the internet a better place for children and young people.
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Free training events in 18 months
Childnet Digital Leaders in 2015/6
Together we organise Safer Internet Day in the UK which reached
children in 2016
Safer Internet Day Supporters
Knowsley Community College
KCC's Safer Internet Week will raise awareness and provide information to keep students safe online. We will promote messages through our College website, TV, radio station and via social media.
St. Paul's C of E Primary school
St Paul's Primary School are proud to support safer Internet day and hope it is a highly successful learning experience. We will be having a fun filled day of themed lessons focussing on the SMART rules.
St Matthew's C of E Primary School
We are having a special assembly and will be learning about online safety in our lessons. To help us measure the impact, we will be holding a competition for the most informative leaflet.
www.NoBullying.com will promote the day to our more than 400,000 per month, site visitors
St Francis of Assisi Catholic Technology College
During our Catholic Citizenship lessons this week we will be looking at how we can contribute to making the Internet a better place for everyone.
We aim to promote Safer Internet Day by emailing our learners and staff with information and updates. We also want to use Facebook to promote and provide support for our learners and their families.
Ellesmere College leicester
Pushing the message 'Lets keep ourselves and others safe online. Lets make our internet a safe and happy place'. All ICT lessons will be focussed on Internet Safety using STAR toolkit from Childnet.
Longwick C of E School
At Longwick we will be holding the Safer Internet assembly and all KS2 classes will learn about how to be safer on the internet using the amazing resources!
Seaton Sluice Middle School
We will be holding a whole school assembly and carrying out e-safety class activities.
English Martyrs' RC Primary School
We are going to run a competition to design an e-safety poster. The winners will have their poster made into a desktop background for our school computers.
Wheldrake with Thorganby CE (Aided) Primary School
We are celebrating Safer Internet Day with a range of activities designed to help the children understand more about how they can stay safe while using online services.
At Barnfield School we will be holding Safer Internet Day assemblies in our Infants and Juniors. We will be encouraging children to fill in the SID hearts with messages to help people to be safe!
The Vocational College
A ‘Share a Heart’ competition with the best being turned into posters, the college will hold an open day with different workshops. A separate parent/carers open evening event will also be run.
We will be supporting Safer Internet Day by communicating via our website, newsletters and social media pages.
The Good Shepherd Catholic Primary School
As a school we will be following the lesson plans from the UK Safer Internet Centre website. Also using some of the Think you know resources.
We are asking all our young activists to tell us how they support eachother online when they feel unhappy, and ask all those who work with young people to support them in looking out for eachother.
Rainhill Community Nursery School
We are holding parent/carer workshops on how we can work together to teach 3 and 4 year olds how to keep themselves safe on the internet.
Streetsbrook Infant & Nursery School
We are beginning with a whole school assembly introducing Safer Internet Day 2015, followed by a range of age appropriate activities across the EYFS and KS1 to do with how to stay safe online.
Heathfield Community College
Delivering assemblies to all year groups on this year's theme and will have a week of related lessons in Key Stage 3 computing lessons.
Cadoxton Primary School
We are learning and sharing how we can connect and collaborate on line safely and responsibly and make the internet a safer place to communicate and collaborate with each other.
Osbournby Primary sCHOOL
Cross curricular activities related to internet safety, including drama, art, debates and special assemblies. Our newsletter will include internet safety information for our parent and carers.
The Chartered Institute of Library & Information Professionals
We will promote Safer Internet Day to our members and encourage them, and their employers, to get involved.
Camping Connect Ltd
Camping Connect are looking forward to sharing via our website and social media to promote Safer Internet Day to all of our users and partners in the Leisure industry across the UK.
North Denes Junior School
Each class will be spending the afternoon doing internet safety related activities.
We're having our very own SID week here at Info-Nation the City & County of Swansea's drop in youth information centre. SID info on all our screens, and playlists in the centre. Plus SID2016 posts.
The Football League
The Football League supports Safer Internet Day 2016 and will providing member clubs with access to SID resources and encourage participation.
Students, Parents, Staff and Governors are fully supportive of Safer Internet Day 2016. Everyone is taking part in various activities over the whole week.
St John Fisher RC Voluntary Academy
All the school will be involved in Safer Internet Day Activities to reinforce the importance of staying safe online.
Gorsey Bank Primary School
Each class across the school will participate in activities covering different aspects of E-Safety then present their learning to the rest of the school and parents.
South Wirral High School
We will support SID 2016 through a series of sessions delivered by IT teacher, and in-house police officer.
What other people say
Thank you for a very informative and up to date briefing. This is something that I think every school should have a representative at and I am glad that I had the opportunity to attend.
Online Safety Live
After having this training, planning a lesson for my peers and attending two webinars I can certainly say that being a Digital Leader has taught me a lot. Not only about the internet, but it has helped me develop my presentation skills and I have learnt how to engage people as well as help and support them. I am very excited for what is still to come.
Childnet Digital Leader
The Professionals Online Safety Helpline is a unique service for all professionals working with children and young people in the UK with any online safety issues they may face themselves, or with children in their care.
The Internet Watch Foundation is an anonymous and safe place to report online child sexual abuse imagery and videos, wherever they are found in the world.