Over a thousand organisations right across the UK played their part for a better internet this Safer Internet Day.   

Thank you to everyone who has helped to make Safer Internet Day 2016 the biggest one yet! 

Safer Internet Day 2016 Supporter Count

  • Total Safer Internet Day Supporters 1140
  • School/college 757
  • Charity/youth 86
  • Business 112
  • Government 42
  • Police 25
  • Other 117
  • Shimna Integrated College
    Shimna Integrated College

    Our CEOP ambassador will run booster sessions to update student, staff and parent/guardian awareness of safe internet use.

  • Holy Trinity CoE Primary School
    Holy Trinity CoE Primary School

    The whole school will be participating in SID activities all day on 9th February.

  • Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School
    Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School

    We are taking part in the UK Safer Internet Centre's London event on Safer Internet Day and visiting 10 Downing Street to share how we are playing our part for a better internet.

  • Marlborough House School
    Marlborough House School

    Pupils will explore themes of online safety before taking part in a discussions based on the statement: ‘The internet is a welcoming place, where I can be my true self’. 'Hearts' will then be shared.

  • Adderley Primary School
    Adderley Primary School

    Children will revisit their class internet rules and enhance their iPad contracts. They will also create short video clips and drama sketches about being a great digital citizen!

  • e-Learning Foundation
    e-Learning Foundation

    A great initiative and one we are very happy to support by promoting the day on our website and through our other channels.

  • Children 1st
    Children 1st

    Blogging about how young people can protect their online reputation - and how parents and carers can have open and honest conversations about staying safe online.

  • Holy Trinity PS Enniskillen
    Holy Trinity PS Enniskillen

    To support Safer Internet Day we will taking part in the Safer Internet Day Activities and watching SID TV.

  • Holy Family Primary School
    Holy Family Primary School

    We are looking to have whole school assemblies and workshops. Three members of staff have had CEOP training and will share with parents, pupils and staff. We will also have lessons with our partner school.

  • Meols Cop High School
    Meols Cop High School

    Children will be having lessons about internet safety, completing activities online, watching videos about how to stay safe & discussing current problems online. Parents will also be involved!