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
The St Philip Howard Catholic High School
We shall use SID2016 materials in tutor time, share materials with parents in an online safety newsletter and hold a discussion evening. A sponsored "24 hours without Social Media" challenge will run.
Walsall College Safe and Sound Team will be asking students and staff to Play their Part and Share a Heart. West Midlands Police and Nat West Bank will attend to offer expert advice and support.
Cedars Academy will be engaging in some exciting activities to support Safer Internet Day. We will be completing quizzes, running competitions and t-shirt. This will be a fun educational day for all.
Boxgrove C.E.P School
With our locality we have organised SID workshop with an e-safety advisor, a staff training and a parent meeting. We are involved with SID locality competition and have planned e-safety lessons in school.
Department for Education
We must do all we can to help children stay safe online, at school and at home, and that's why the DfE and its Ministers are supporting Safer Internet Day on social media and at the official event.
Taylor's Training Ltd
Taylor's Training are promoting the importance of staying safe online through staff developments/ updates, plus learner sessions on cyber safety - with information on digital footprints/social media.
Bloxham Church of England Primary School
We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day with two assemblies; one whole school assembly to all students and the another to parents.
Chelsea Football Club
We hope to use our FA Youth Cup tie on the evening of 9 February 2016 to support the initiatives of Safer Internet Day. We will also publicise our support through our web/social media platforms.
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.
Each class will be producing a response to e-safety using a method of their choice, from posters to podcasts, gifs to graphics. They're excited!