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.

  • City College Plymouth

    City College Plymouth

    City College is hosting online quizzes which promote the SID message relating to our conduct online and recognising and advising friends whose online activities may be putting themselves at risk.

  • St Bernadette's Catholic Primary School

    St Bernadette's Catholic Primary School

    We will be having a whole school assembly to support Safer Internet Day 2016. The Year 6 Digital leaders and e safety committee will be working with classes across the school.

  • 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.

  • St. Paul's C of E Primary school

    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. We will also be acting out scenarios which could occur online to ensure we all know what do to and who to turn to for support.

  • Malpas Church Junior School

    Malpas Church Junior School

    We will delivering lessons throughout the day using the lesson plans from the Education Pack from your website. We will also be showing our support through our school website and Twitter.

  • Churchill C of E Primary School

    Churchill C of E Primary School

    We will be learning lots about staying safe and being respectful when using the internet. We are looking forward to joining in with the Sevenoaks Council e-safety quiz and our school competition.

  • St John's Primary School Canterbury

    St John's Primary School Canterbury

    St John's have a fun filled, jam-packed afternoon creatively bringing Internet safety awareness to the fore front of learning!

  • Michael Faraday School

    Michael Faraday School

    Michael Faraday Primary School will be celebrating Safer Internet Day through a variety of activities including: special assemblies, class -based activities, teacher training and a workshop for parents.

  • Dagfa School Nottingham

    Dagfa School Nottingham

    I led a senior assembly today using the Safer Internet Centre's resources and on Safer Internet Day I will lead a Junior assembly. We will discuss how we can all make the internet safer.

  • Reading Girls' School

    Reading Girls' School

    Symantec are running workshops in schools for our students, in support of Safer Internet Day 2016.