Supporters

In 2013, over 300 supporters got involved in Safer Internet Day and on this page you can see the fantastic work and great activities that took place all over the UK, led by the many partners supporting Safer Internet Day. Thanks to all the 2013 supporters who made the day a massive success!

  • Wigan & Leigh College

    The College's Learning Resources Centres will be linking into podcasts throughout the day encouraging students to get involved...
  • Brooklands Primary School (Suffolk)

    For the second year we will be supporting SID with a whole school assembly, and range of activities in classes across the school.
  • VISYON

    Providing information on internet safety to young people at the drop in youth club on 5th February.
  • Little Heath Primary School

    Every class will be promoting e-safety with in class activities. We will share via a whole school assembly and on our class blogs.
  • Hertfordshire County Council

    The County Council will be raising awareness using social media and the web and schools will be holding assemblies & parents’ sessions.
  • Deeside College

    Deeside College is holding a promotion all day at the Learning Zones on each campus and tweeting about rights and responsibilities online
  • Croesyceiliog Comprenhisve

    teaching lower years about internet safety so they understand what to do and what not to do.
  • Bitz 'n' PC'z Ltd

    We provide ICT Support to schools across Derbyshire and will be supporting SID by raising awareness of the dangers of online activity.
  • St. Julie's Catholic High School

    KS3 pupils have received lessons promoting Internet Safety, including demonstrations on how to set privacy settings on Facebook and Twitter.
  • Saltash.net Community School

    Running a Connect & Respect drop in session for all staff / parents and students which runs all day. How to be a good digital citizen
  • Dyenamic Solutions

    Writing blog post to raise awarness of this very important day and event.
  • Knowthenet

    We will be taking part in the radio day, as well as publishing information on our website, Twitter and Facebook page promoting SID.
  • PrimarySite

    PrimarySite will be highlighting the importance of e-safety and highlighting the work of the UK Safer Internet Centre.
  • BT

    BT will be promoting SID to our customers via our social media channels and to our employees via our online newspaper, BT Today.
  • Virgin Media

    It's SID2013! We're talking to customers and staff about how to be smart and safe online. More info for parents on the risks means a better, safer environment for kids.
  • Google

    Google is supporting SID and encourages all users to connect with respect.
  • GroovyFuture.com

    GroovyFuture.com will be supporting Internet Safety Day 2013 by blogging and tweeting about internet safety day events.
  • AT&T

    AT&T proudly support SID and the message connect with respect.
  • BBFC

    Find an interview about SID in the latest BBFC podcast, or tune into SID radio during the Copyright and Content Sharing hour at 4pm for an interview with the BBFC
  • ATVOD

    ATVOD will promote the day by hosting information on our website and including Safer Internet Day information in our regular newsletter
  • Microsoft

    Microsoft is delighted to be supporting SID by hosting SID Live and the SID Celebration at its London Offices
  • Children 1st/Parentline Scotland

    CHILDREN 1st is urging parents and carers to Do One Thing Today and ensure parental controls are set on internet devices in the home.
  • Top Valley Academy

    TVA is running assemblies. Pupils will rank online rights and responsibilities to develop a pupil charter and strengthen their AUP
  • Vindomora Solutions

    Production of flyers for local infants school Twitter links Facebook Page links News articles on main website
  • Cawthorne Cof E (VC) Primary School

    We will have; a school assembly using the Safer Internet Day Powerpoint, class activites and parents will receive an E Safety newsletter.
  • Media Education Centre

    We will make web promo, facebook, twitter and in our Media Laboratory where we will start with kids short animated film about safe internet
  • BeatBullying

    On 5th February, www.cybermentors.org.uk will be a site of information sharing and friendly support, given by young people to young people.
  • Twitter UK

    Safer Internet Day will be supported by the 'Tweets for Good' programme. Users can access Twitter's support centre at support.twitter.com
  • Kaspersky Lab

    David Emm, internet safety guru and senior security researcher at Kaspersky Lab is available for interviews.
  • Ghostbuster (Europe) Ltd.

    We are launching the Ghostbuster online threat reporting software in the UK. Free online threat reporting software for students and parents.
  • St Simon Stock Catholic School

    We are encouraging everyone to consider how they use the Internet. All forms will spend time discussing Online Rights and Responsibilities.
  • ParentPort

    Providing advice for parents about reporting inappropriate media content and promoting the day online and on social media
  • Facebook

    We're really pleased to be supporting Safer Internet Day & encourage all users to connect with respect and think about what they are sharing
  • PhonepayPlus

    We are pleased to support SID, contributing to the connect with respect quiz & encouraging users to be safe & secure on their mobile phones
  • Holywell Primary School

    We will have an assembly and lots of activities in classes. We will complete charters and posters for our school and present to parents.
  • GoodUKNews

    GoodUKnews will be supporting and publicising Safer Internet Day on its website and through social media. http://www.gooduknews.co.uk/blog/
  • Oh Kami Karate Club

    We will highlight Safer Internet Day to members at club meeting times and via the club’s social media channels.
  • English Martyrs Catholic Primary School

    We are promoting the day with a week filled with: parent workshops, assemblies, lessons, clubs and a poster competition.
  • St. Cuthbert's Catholic Community College for Business and Enterprise

    We're celebrating the week! The home page will be replaced by a dedicated e-safety page with videos and links! It's going to be great!
  • Blakehill Primary School

    We will be launching the day with a whole school assembly. There will then be a range of e-safety activities throughout the day.
  • Barwick and Stoford CP School

    Our B.I.G crew (bullying intervention group) are running a competition. Buddies will design mouse mats reminding us to Connect with Respect!
  • Hollyfield Primary School

    Hollyfield will belearning how to 'Connect with Respect' by listening to the assembly and working on the lesson ideas provided.
  • St Dubricius C of E First School

    We are hosting class discussions on Connecting with Respect, creating posters & using the day to renew our e-safety focus across the school.
  • SecondFriend

    SecondFriend will be presenting our one-click secure, anonymous, confidential chat-based counselling platform to UK MPs in Parliament.
  • Craven Primary

    By listening to the radio programs and discussing how to use the internet more safely. We will be designing our own school charter using ICT
  • EE

    Employee volunteers in schools delivering workshops on e-safety. Social media channels (Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn) and internal comms.
  • Magikos IT Limited

    Magikos IT will be promoting Safer Internet Day by sharing tips and tools via the Website, Twitter and Facebook.
  • Surf Logic Ltd

    We are launching our new browser with built in safe search: WHOPLA THE WEB BROWSER
  • NCI Technologies Ltd

    NCI’S team are keen to support SID and will encourage everyone to connect with respect in their school visits
  • Metropolitan Police

    Safer schools officers and officers from Police Cadets are conducting assemblies and lessons to promote safety on the internet.
  • Holbrook Primary School

    We are keen to support SID and will promote connecting with respect
  • Lancashire Football Association

    We will remind all of our stakeholders of the need to use modern technology appropriately when dealing with children and young people.
  • Branston Junior Academy

    We are designing posters using the word RESPECT in an acrostic style.
  • Hexakis

    Raising awareness with all of our partnered schools. Ensuring that all our pupils, teachers and parents are safely using the Internet.
  • Newent Community School and Sixth Form Centre

    Performances by our GCSE Drama students who have created a play which deals with issues of sexting and cyber safety.
  • it4beginners

    Continuing to advise elderly people - new to computers - how to stay safe online.
  • St. Columba’s Catholic Boys’ School

    We are looking forward to taking part in Safer Internet Day 2013
  • Oxfordshire County Council

    For SID talking with young people in youth club sessions competition (disscusions-songs-poem-interviews) right and responsibilites activities
  • Egmont UK

    Egmont UK publish only for children: they're our focus not a sideline. Our aim is to bring stories to life in diverse and exciting ways.
  • CC4G, created by e-skills UK

    CC4G support SID & promote connecting with respect in their projects to inspire girls aged 10-14 to consider IT-related futures
  • AOL

    we are running 500,000 impressions of the banner ad starting today along with a blog post highlighting the video.
  • The St Philip Howard Catholic High School

    Internet Safety evening for parents, assemblies re online rights and responsibilities, extended tutor period to form an SPH online charter
  • xxxaware

    On 5th, the UK adult industry launches xxxaware.co.uk to offer parents guidance on protecting their kids from inappropriate online content.
  • Newark Academy

    Y9 has made presentations in Building Learning Power sessions raising awareness of connecting with respect in a wide range of internet uses
  • Bloxx

    Bloxx will be supporting SID by sharing information and tips about safe Internet use on various social media sites to help raise awareness.
  • BBC

    To mark SID BBC’s ‘Share Take Care’ campaign is designed to help people connect with respect & make smart choices about what they share online
  • Bradford Youth Development Partnership

    We will be delivering sessions to young people covering issues such as safety, paedophiles, cyberbullying, SPIM, sexting, Law.
  • Brislington Enterprise College

    On SID we will be using sites, SID lesson resources/videos & students run activities to raise awareness of connecting with respect.
  • Brumby Junior School

    On SID we are running e-safety sessions based on 'SAFE' activities. We also intend to use our green screen to create an e-safety promotional video.
  • Dudley Libraries

    Dudley Libraries are creating displays of posters/leaflets/books. Our website will display the SID logo linking users to our Internet Safety Page.
  • English Martyrs RCP School

    For SID we are running a competition for pupils to design a computer desktop wallpaper showing our internet safety rules.
  • EU Kids Online

    “In their own words”: EU Kids Online reports new findings in 25 European countries on children’s and parents’ views of online risk.
  • Sky

    We're making the most of our reach to help raise awareness of Safer Internet Day 2013
  • South Wales Police

    We'll be supporting Safer Internet Day by working with schools in our communities' to raise awareness amongst young people in our area.
  • Sunnyfields Primary School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Umbee Limited

    Umbee will be celebrating Safer Internet Day by promoting internally and to our clients.
  • Win Family Survival

    To promote SID we will be holding a Moderated Gaming event and Building Competition on our Minecraft Server I.P. playwfs.co.uk
  • Trend Micro

    Trend Micro are proud to support Safer Intenet Day and will be working with Get Safe Online on a fun Cyber Pro-Prefect Bracelet challenge.
  • CCLS

    We believe education is vital to ensure our youngsters stay safe, whilst having fun online.
  • Christ the King Catholic Primary School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities.
  • Courtland

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities.
  • North Shore Academy

    Students took part in the Have your Say survey, assemblies, activities to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • West Hill Primary School

    Children follow a range of class activites and taske to learn more about online safety. They will also take part in the Have your Say survey
  • Post Office

    We’re delighted to support SID, raising public awareness by showcasing the SID film clip on Post Office TV in 400 of our largest branches from Feb 1st.
  • Swanmead Community School

    We will run an assembly on SID explaining the theme 'connect with respect' and display posters and rules around the school.
  • Tupton Hall School

    Tupton Hall are keen to take part in SID 2013 and students will be undertaking a number of e-safety themed activities during the week.
  • St Francis of Assisi Catholic Technology College

    At St Francis of Assisi we are holding an Internet Safety week with assemblies and lots of activities to raise awareness of e-safety.
  • Fort Pitt Grammar School

    We always celebrate Safer Internet Day by having school assemblies stressing the current theme. The themes are extended in PSHEE lessons.
  • Somerset eLIM

    Encouraging Somerset schools to sign up for the Connect With Respect e-Pledge - and sharing the activities and outcomes from local events.
  • Pool Academy

    We are having social networking in school, minecraft worlds with an e-safety messages built in to them and a parents evening.
  • Safe Schools and Communities Team

    As a team we are working in several schools across Dorset during the week of SID and promoting the day to all schools and organisations.
  • ChildProtectionCompany.com

    ChildProtectionCompany.com are proud to be supporting SID by providing e-Safety information on our website and via our social media pages.
  • Havering School Improvement Services

    We've used the SID 2013 survey & LGFL survey to find out what pupils are up to. We are asking them to blog their e-safety tips & concerns
  • Neighbourhood Watch Scotland

    We will publicise Safer Internet Day to Neighbourhood Watches in Scotland.
  • TES Resources

    TES features SID 2013 ‘connect with respect’ resources for teachers to prepare for the day and use in class on the day and afterwards
  • Caritas Social Action Network

    CSAN proudly supports SID & the message “Connect With Respect” – this is important to making the internet a positive resource for YP
  • CES – Catholic Education Services

    The Catholic Education Service supports SID 2013 to raise awareness of internet safety, online rights & responsibilities in Catholic schools
  • RC Archdiocese of Glasgow

    The Internet is a great gift to our generation. We all have a responsibility to keep the net safe. Ronnie Convery, RC Archdiocese of Glasgow
  • Go ON UK

    Go ON UK will share the Safer Internet Day message and encourage its Founder Partners to promote the day to their staff
  • Mumsnet

    As the UK's biggest website for parents, Mumsnet wants kids to enjoy the social and educational aspects of the internet, while being safe
  • Family Lives

    @Family Lives & @Bullying UK are supporting #SID2013. It’s organised by Insafe to promote safe use of online technology. Keep checking back.
  • E.ON

    E.ON will be promoting Safer Internet Day by sharing tips and tools to make sure everyone can learn more about staying safe online.
  • Film Education

    Film Education is glad to support Safer Internet Day, sharing key messages with teachers and educators through our website and social media
  • Safe Network

    Safe Network are promoting SID2013 to the voluntary sector by displaying material on the website, e-bulletins & @thesafenetwork on twitter.
  • Critchill Special School

    Our school will be celebrating with an awareness raising assembly and will produce charters and share them with the whole school and parents
  • Maiden Beech

    A week-long competition that challenges students to produce multi-media materials that encourage the need for 'respect' online.
  • CCPAS

    CCPAS - safeguarding children & vulnerable adults. We support Safer Internet Day again as part of our mission to keep children safe online
  • City of Edinburgh Council

    We have an event for staff Competition for children and young people Class for youth workers Resources packs for schools and nurseries.
  • CEOP

    CEOP is promoting First to a Million, an interactive film which teaches teenagers how easy it is to make the wrong choices online.
  • Safeguarding Children e-Academy

    We're giving away our 'e-safety: guidance for practitioners' e-learning course free all day.
  • Claranet SOHO

    We will communicate Safer Internet Day via our social media channels and email our home user database informing them of the event.
  • Get Safe Online

    We, with SOCA & Trend Micro, will reward students in selected schools with funky Connect with Respect bracelets for passing on safety tips
  • EPICT UK

    For SID, EPICT will encourage all teachers taking their esafety course to spend 5 minutes sharing best practice with colleagues online.
  • Telefónica O2 UK

    We will promote Safer Internet Day extensively to our customers and staff online and in-store.
  • United Learning

    2 days in 2 schools talking with pupils, staff and parents - digital reputations, ethics & supporting each other. Lots for us all to learn
  • The Security Company (International) Limited

    Targeted campaigns on ‘Connect with Respect’ theme are being delivered to our clients with SID info on our website and Twitter.
  • Yale College of Wrexham

    Hosting a live tweet up, joining other colleges in North Wales and tweeting about our rights/responsibilities for a safer internet. #SIDNEW
  • PENNYCROSS PRIMARY SCHOOL

    We are having an E-Safety week and are really looking forward to our assembly and loads of activities throughout the week!
  • Mencap's LiveNet Project

    Young adults with a learning disability from Northern Ireland have created a fun SID animation and song all about staying safe online.
  • Paignton Community and Sports Academy

    We are hosting a Parents' evening and E-Safety sessions for Primary Pupils. Also assemblies, surveys and E-safety lessons for all pupils.
  • Tufnell Park Primary School

    Pupils at Tufnell Park School have taken part on the LGfL e-safety survey and will hold assemblies and class presentations through the week.
  • Bannockburn Primary School

    Bannockburn Primary School will be celebrating Safer Internet Day by taking part in a variety of e-safety workshops and activities.
  • Tempero

    We've moderated children's online spaces for 10yrs & on SID we'll tell everyone, including all of our clients, why safety is paramount.
  • F-Secure UK Ltd

    For SID 2013 we have top tips & expert advice. F-Secure provides the tools you need to keep your family safe online, at home & on the go!
  • Safetynet campaign-Protecting Innocence Online

    Safetynet is keen to support SID and will encourage all users to connect with respect
  • Trenode C of E School

    We will run 2 creative days to promote SID inviting parents to join us & give e-safety presentations to parents before school productions.
  • RM Education

    RM Education held 3 e-safety sessions led by Alan Earl to raise awareness of current trends . Look out for our blogs in the run up to SID!
  • Scottish Government

    The Scottish Government is launching a “connect with respect” themed internet safety competition for schools to coincide with SID”.
  • Anti-bullying Alliance

    Anti-Bullying Alliance and the Sex Education Forum will produce advice on talking to teens about friendship, love and relationships online.
  • St. Mary's

    We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day with a number of activities, including creating our own charter of rights for the internet
  • Humberston Academy

    Lunchtime ICT Clubs. Links to online safety articles and quizzes through the Academy social media networks.
  • Great Yarmouth College

    GYC is making SID2013 part of a month of events & tutorials looking at Respect in Relationships: inc. friendship, professional and romantic.
  • Kidscape

    We have created a poll that will be available on our website. We will also be raising awareness through media and Twitter.
  • MovieStarPlanet ApS

    The events for SID 2013 will be organised within the MSP online community, with a theme designed to coincide with 'Connect with Respect'
  • Fulwood and Cadley Primary School

    We are planning an exciting and fun day of E safety activities for parents and pupils linked to the SID theme 'Connect with Respect'.
  • Vodafone

    Vodafone is supporting Safer Internet Day 2013 through its 'Digital Parenting' magazine and website.
  • Teachtoday

    Teachtoday is helping to inform education professionals about Safer Internet Day via its website and social media channels (@TeachtodayUK).
  • New Pasture Lane School

    As part of Safer Internet Day in February. NPL Rockin' Radio will be broadcasting a series of programmes and e-safety messages live!!!
  • Chesterfield High School

    We will be dedicating Personal Development Time to discuss the roles and responsbilities associated with internet safety.
  • Hereford Sixth Form College

    The college will be focusing on online safety throughout the day through various activities on the Student Portal and around the college.
  • Grindleton CE Primary School

    Questionnaires and a debate of the pros & cons of internet use. An internet safety information evening for parents, led by Years 5 & 6.
  • St. Augustine's Catholic College

    We will run a hotspot for all tutors in our school. Tutors will then share resources with their tutees during form time.
  • Priory School

    Create a resource list of fun and safe websites that students, parents and teachers use and a school charter of positive online behaviours
  • McKinney Primary School

    P4-P7 took part in the 'Have Your Say' survey. Mrs Dickson will hold key stage assemblies & class activities using the support materials.
  • Caerleon Endowed Junior School

    We will be holding a full school assembly to heighten awareness of internet safety.
  • The Meadows Primary School and SLCN Resource Base

    KS2 took part in the Have Your Say Survey. We will also be running activities linking to the theme of Online Rights and Responsibilities.
  • Southam Primary School

    Southam Primary are having a competition to create an e-safety poster.The winning posters will be displayed around school & local community!
  • Allington Primary School

    A PC Safer School Officer is visiting to talk to the pupils and all children will take part in a class e-safety activity during the day.
  • St Bernadette Catholic Secondary School

    St Bernadette's will be having special assemblies and all KS3 classes will be based around esafety for the week.
  • King Edward VI Academy

    Whole academy assembly. Cyber mentor training for Year 10 students begins
  • Bedfordshire Police

    Bedfordshire Police is supporting the Day by inviting parents and guardians to an online safety event.
  • CE Islington

    Schools & children Services in Islington are holding events for parents, children and YP, inc an Islington E-safety Blogging Competition.
  • Disney Club Penguin

    We are supporting SID, as part of Disney’s pledge to donate £3 million of its media to teach kids and parents about staying safe online.
  • iomartcloud

    To support SID2013 we'll encourage users of our web filtering software to 'connect with respect' & promote the theme via our blog & Twitter
  • ComputerXplorers Cotswolds and Wyvern

    We'll be providing info to parents & teachers at schools we work at on how to be safe on the internet & how to connect with respect.
  • City of London Academy

    We are really excited to be hosting a range of activities lead by our KS5 students for SID.
  • Child Internet Safety Summit

    We are celebrating the 10th anniversary of SID by hosting a one day national summit in Westminster. We will also be tweeting on the day!
  • St Thomas Becket Catholic Primary School

    Our children will be taking part in creative activities which express what they love about the internet; such as songs, poetry and painting.
  • Altrincham Grammar School for Boys

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Anderton Tiger Radio

    Providing the broadcasting hardware & platform for the Safer Internet Day Live Show & Russell Prue as your Live Show Host
  • Ashdown Technology College

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Avonbourne College

    Avonbourne College will be running a series of activities with our KS3 youngsters. We will also be hosting a family information evening.
  • Ballyclare High school

    Trenode C of E School
  • Bassaleg School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities.
  • Bede's Senior School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, and have played an active role in e -Safety throughout the school.
  • Bethany Junior School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities.
  • Bo'ness Public School

    Pupils will take part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities.
  • Bow School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Bradon Forest School

    Students at Bradon Forest took part in the 'Have your Say survey', to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Bridge Learning Campus

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Brightside Nursery Infant School

    Children will experience of day of learning and consolidating previous knowledge of how to keep safe when using ICT and the internet.
  • Brookfield Community School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Brooklands Primary

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Burnside Primary

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Central Foundation Girls' School

    Students took part in the Have your Say survey to share their beliefs about online rights & responsibilities and reflect on safe practice.
  • Chalfonts Community College

    At Chalfonts we are keen to empower students to take responsibility for their online presence and enjoy safer online experiences!
  • Chalgrove Primary School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Churnet View Middle School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Clifton Primary

    Our children will complete the survey. We will host a safer internet day assembly. Throughout the week staff will plan various activities.
  • Cuxton Community Junior School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Clore Shalom

    E-safety learning day across the school raising awareness of e-safety across our school community.
  • Danesholme Junior School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities.
  • Duns Primary

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Fairfields Primary School and Nursery

    Fairfields Primary School children took part in the Have your Say survey, to share their beliefs about online rights and responsibilities.
  • Family Online Safety Institute

    Celebrate Digital Africa! Through FOSI GRID we showcase for the first time Aftica's progress in ICT's, legislation and child online safety.
  • eModeration

    We support a safer internet all year round by moderating children's activities online. On Safer Internet Day we'll be telling people why.
  • Garnock Academy

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities.
  • Garvestone Primary School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Girlguiding Glasgow

    Girlguiding Glasgow's reviewed how technology has impacted channels of communication and how to advise all members to be internet aware.
  • Girlguiding UK

    Girlguiding UK will be supporting SID13 by engaging girls with the relevant issues through volunteer-led activities and badge curricula
  • Glengormley Integrated Primary School

    Our young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities.
  • Great Chart School

    We will have a whole school assembly and make posters and leaflets to remind us of the rules of keeping safe on the internet.
  • High School for Girls, Gloucester

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Holmston Primary School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Hoo St. Werburgh Primary School and Marlborough Centre

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities.
  • Horndean Technology College

    Horndean Technology College will be celebrating Safer Internet Day by extending this to a whole week of activities.
  • Independent Jewish Day School Academy

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Kinson Primary School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities.
  • Knowepark Primary School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Liberton Primary School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Little Hadham Primary School

    We will be holding a Theme Day dedicated to keeping us safe online, with a special assembly, competitions, posters and powerpoints!
  • London Grid for Learning

    London Grid for Learning are launching an e-safety survey for all London Schools and providing resources to support teachers and pupils.
  • Blackburn with Darwen

    We will be encouraging schools to share their activities with each other through the learning platform.
  • Manorside Primary School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Mead Vale Primary Community School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Menorah Foundation School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Michael Drayton Junior School

    Our pupils took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities.
  • Moss Park Junior School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Mulberry School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Myton School

    Students from all year groups took part in the survey. Student E-Safety ambassador group formed to provide practical advice.
  • Oakgrove

    We are running a series of assemblies for all students. The asemblies have been created by a group of students for students.
  • Old Sarum Primary School

    Old Sarum Primary School will hold a special assembly to celebrate our pupils e safety learning with their families.
  • Ossett Academy & Sixth Form College

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Paget High School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Parkhill Juniors

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities.
  • Prestonfield Primary School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Queensway

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Ravenscroft Primary School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Rowan Preparatory School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Safe

    DigitalMe and Makewaves introduce the Safe SID Digital Badge to reward young people who 'connect with respect', and create content about SID
  • Saint Joseph's Catholic Primary School

    SID coincides with our parent consultations, so we put a banner outside the school, and give out info on the day. We will be on SID radio
  • Sandbach High School & Sixth Form College

    Our students took part in the Have Your Say youth survey in preparation for deciding how we act on Safer Internet Day.
  • School Radio Calendar

    School Radio Live Show listings for schools broadcasting a live show on Safer Internet Day - sharing their advice with a wider audience
  • Scottish Business Crime Centre

    SBCC are pleased to support SID and will promote though our website and via Twitter.
  • Scottish Financial Crime Group

    The Scottish Financial Crime Group are pleased to support SID to keep children safe from online threats through our e-crime Scotland website
  • Sector Forensics

    Sector Forensics is proud to support Safer Internet Day 2013 by promoting the campaign on our website & through social media to our clients.
  • Sedgemoor Link Education Centre Medical Pupil Referral Unit

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Shakespeare Junior school

    Shakespeare Junior School mark this day with a special assembly and sessions sharing how children use the internet and stay safe.
  • Shenley Brook End School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Sir Roger Manwood's School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Snowsfields Primary School

    We will be using the Primary School pack to work with the children through the day, as well as a whole school assembly to bring us together.
  • Sophos

    Sophos will be promoting SID on our website & through social media. We will also provide free content & resources in our Security Hub.
  • Southborough Primary School

    Children researching internet safety and celebrating, shariring their work and experiences with each other an ICT driven school assembly.
  • St. Dunstan's College

    On top of the Have your Say, youth survey, a series of assemblies and meetings have been organised for students and parents.
  • St. Marys Middle School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • St. John Fisher Catholic Primary School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • St Botolphs CEVCP School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • St Columbas Prep School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • St David's Catholic College

    We will be having online awareness activities and some stalls to promote Safer Internet use to our students.
  • St Hugh's Catholic Primary School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities.
  • St Marys Catholic Primary School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • St Philip Neri with St Bede's Catholic Primary School, Mansfield

    All classes will be taking part in a Safer Internet Day lesson. Whole School assemblies. Y6 will design posters to display around school.
  • St Simon's R C Primary School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Staffordshire & Moorlands Foster Carers Association

    10 hour event in Stafford town centre sharing the knowledge, skills and training Staffordshire foster carers have to stay safe on line
  • Stamford Park Junior School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Sunderland College

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Swanwick School and Sports College

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • The Bishops Stortford High School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • The Deepings School

    Our students took part in the Have your Say youth survey, and are currently involved in a whole school community esafety campaign
  • The Firs Primary School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • The Gryphon school

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities.
  • The James Oglethorpe Primary School

    E-safety affects us all and is something we as educators of young people have a responsibility to pass on to the next generation.
  • The Kingswinford School

    Students will take part in a number of esafety themed activities and competitions during the week.
  • The Priors School

    Pupils took part in the Have your Say youth survey, created e-safety posters for display and took part in other awareness activities.
  • Thorpe St Andrew School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Trafford CYPS

    Trafford schools use the Safer Internet Day as part of their ongoing programme relating to e-safety and anti-bullying.
  • UK Youth

    Young people will mentor older people to use IT and take the lead on e-safety issues, demonstrating fully how to 'Connect with Respect'.
  • Wansdyke Primary

    An assembly and a sticker. At least 1 Lesson surrounding some of the E-safety resources we promote within our website and scheme of work.
  • Wareham St Mary Primary School

    We ensured that all children are familiar with the rights and responsibilities in our Pupil AUP. We also made esafety posters for display.
  • Wellfield Junior School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities.
  • Wellington High School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Wired Teachers

    Providing social networking platform for members to engage with Safer Internet Day Live Radio Show
  • Worthington Primary School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities
  • Wrotham Road Primary School

    Young people took part in the Have your Say youth survey, to share their beliefs about their online rights and responsibilities.
  • Zscaler

    Zscaler is proud to promote and support Safer Internet Day via our website and across our social media networks
  • The National Deaf Children's Society

    NDCS are proud to support the SID message 'connect with respect'. We empower deaf children & young people to have their say and take action.
  • BPI (British Recorded Music Industry)

    BPI will promote SID on our website and social networks & develop resources to help children access music safely online.
  • Learning Enhanced

    Supporting schools to be part of Safer Internet Day 2013 through staff training, parent awareness sessions and workshops for students.
  • Hopwood Hall College

    Hopwood Hall will set up an intranet page on its student site & publicise SID activities, information and guidance to staff.
  • Red Oaks Primary School

    As a Values school, our very own Cyber Mentors aim to lead our community to have a 21st century view of 'respect' - watch this space!
  • Warwickshire ICTDS e-Safety

    Warwickshire ICTDS is supporting schools with parents evenings, staff training, assemblies & a competition for a logo to be used on the LP.
  • Lucy Faithfull Foundation

    We will deliver internet safety sessions to parents, carers and young people as well as promoting safety messages through social media
  • The Education Fellowship

    We are having activities for staff, students and parents raising awareness about digital citizenship and online safety.
  • Frewen College

    We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day by having a school wide assembly, distributing posters and participating in the Radio Show.
  • Cheshire East Safeguarding Children Board

    Cheshire East SCB and local agencies that safeguard children support SID 2013 and will send out the message ‘connect with respect’
  • (ISC)2

    (ISC)2 Safe and Secure Online volunteers are supporting SID with presentations to help children ages 7-14 to Connect with Respect
  • Our Ladys Bishop Eton Primary

    We will support SID encouraging pupils to connect with respect and realize the positive potential of the internet using our new ICT suite
  • Voice

    We support SID & connect with respect in our work with children & young people to help them use the internet and social networks responsibly
  • UK Council for Child Internet Safety

    UKCCIS is leading on the creation of a family friendly internet
  • Skoodle

    Safe social network Skoodle.com will offer SID activities to schools & YP, from discussion forums to lesson ideas, eSafety quizzes & badges.
  • Centra E Safety

    Promoting SID & "AWAY AN' GOOGLE YERSEL" initiative encouraging all social networkers to take responsibility for their online presence
  • The Industry Trust for IP Awareness

    Film, TV & video industry is supporting SID & the Internet Safety Quiz, helping families stay safe by enjoying official online entertainment
  • Smithills ICT

    We'll be running a session on SID with Wigan schools and using the schools' pack to teach pupils & parents about e-safety in local schools.
  • Yahoo!

    Yahoo! is proud to once again participate in Safer Internet Day with with new safety resources on our Yahoo! Safely sites (safely.yahoo.com)
  • St. Mary Magdalene School

    The pupil e-Safety Committee are planning an e-Safety week around S.I.D: Parent and sibling meets, e-Safe Funday & links with local schools
  • Coleg Llandrillo

    Staff are talking part in training sessions to support learners in making safer, informed choices online!
  • Quib.ly

    We are planning a suite of e-safety articles and discussion between parents and e-safety experts. Come join the conversation at www.quib.ly
  • Epsom College

    For SID we will encourage staff to show snippets of videos about online safety in lessons then discuss issues raised in tutor groups
  • Kent County Council

    KCC will be encouraging schools and settings to take part in SID and will be updating e-Safety content & sharing news & activities online.
  • Constantine Primary School

    A full day of E-Safety teaching and learning culminating in a presentation for parents at the end of the day
  • Ryton Park Primary School

    The whole school will produce plays, movies, raps, posters and an assembly to spread the internet safety message - connect with respect.
  • Wood Lane Primary School

    A whole school approach for SID, with assemblies and activities.
  • The Hill Primary School

    Children will have safe internet use workshops in class and between classes. A focus will be on safer logins and secure passwords.
  • TalkTalk

    TalkTalk will be promoting SID through our website, social media and customer comms, as well as running an internet safety roadshow.
  • Wildern School

    We are creating a video with different endings for pupils to choose from using the theme 'Rights and Responsibilities'.
  • Argos

    We aim to take part in the radio day, start discussion on Argos Facebook, use Argos TV, our website & issue a press release to promote SID.
  • Naace

    We will be signposting SID resources and activities via our website, newsletters and tweets - + encouraging all to join in with a great day!
  • Cadoxton Primary School

    4 schools (2 children each) will meet with the Children's Commissioner for Wales to discuss how to promote responsible digital citizenship
  • The Football Association

    The FA supports SID 2013 and provides best practice guidance on social media and internet usage to all involved within youth football
  • Taunton Learning Partnership

    Taunton schools have worked together to produce an E Safety Charter based on Rights and Responsibilities for Children, Schools and Parents.
  • Ofcom

    Ofcom will communicate SID to stakeholders, consumers & colleagues via our quarterly media literacy email, the Ofcom website and intranet.
  • Norton by Symantec

    Norton by Symantec will promote SID on its website, through social media & support SID initiatives leading up to & on the day itself.
  • Mind Candy

    Moshi fans can join in a special SID "digital citizen" scavenger hunt. Check out the blog to learn more and collect special items.
  • Jabble

    For Safer Internet Day 2013, we are offering free eSafety resources and teaching packs for schools to promote safer surfing to children.
  • Spring Cottage Primary School

    All pupils will be creating their own safer internet charter. These will be shared by our digital leaders with our parents and carers.
  • Oxfordshire Football Association

    Oxfordshire FA will promote the FA's best practice guidance use of social media and other media sites to its member clubs and their members
  • St Marie's School, A Catholic Voluntary Academy

    St Marie's support SID 2013. We had our own SID day in November. Feb 5th 2013 will be a whole school focus on 'Connect with Respect'.
  • Barnardo's

    We are supporting SID13 with a KidsOKOnline event to promote Barnardo's online community. Barnardo’s Reg. Charity Nos. 216250 and SC037605
  • Heyes Lane Primary School

    This year we are educating the children about safe internet use through assemblies and activities in class on SID
  • Bexley Health Promotion

    We will hold a SID workshop for pupils from 6 different primary schools. They will become champions & take information back to their school.