Make a pledge
This year's Safer Internet Day theme, ‘Play your part for a better internet’, provided an opportunity to explore the responsibility we all have to help create a kinder more inclusive online community. That’s why we encouraged everyone to make a Safer Internet Day pledge!
In the build up to Safer Internet Day, we encouraged young people, teachers, parents and organisations to film and share a Safer Internet Day pledge as part of our #shareaheart social media campaign. It could have been a promise of something you will do on Safer Internet Day to make the internet a better place or a wish for a better internet.
Here is more information about how people coud have got involved:
To make it easy to get involved in the campaign we’ve created our own heart signs in blue, red and grey that can be used to create your Safer Internet Day pledge.
Use a smartphone or tablet to film theses pledges and create short clips like the ones created by young people below.
Pledges from primary pupils
Can't see this videos? Download them here: Video 1 / Video 2 / Video 3 / Video 4 / Video 5 / Video 6 / Video 7 / Video 8 / Video 9 / Video 10 / Video 11 / Video 12
Pledges from secondary pupils
Can't see this video? Click here to view the video on Vimeo or to download it.
Share your filmed pledges on social media and help inspire others to create a better internet.
You can either:
- Share these clips on your school’s/organisation's Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and/or Instagram using the hashtag #shareaheart
- Send the clips to the UK Safer Internet Centre by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: If you are a school wanting to share your clips on social media please be aware that the posts must come from a school's account. We will be unable to share content that has been sent to us by an individual.
We will be sharing our favourites on our social networking sites: