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
  • Oak Wood Schools
    Oak Wood Schools

    As a whole school from nursery to post 16 departments we will be using a range of fun web based resources to learn about the internet and how to access it safely.

  • O2

    O2 is proud to support Safer Internet Day through workshops in schools across the UK and issuing online resources for teachers. We will also promote SID through the O2 & NSPCC Online Safety helpline.

  • Sugar Hill Primary School
    Sugar Hill Primary School

    All children in the school will be completing a 'Share a Heart' with a pledge to stay safe on the internet and sharing them in an assembly.

  • Gooseberry Planet Ltd
    Gooseberry Planet Ltd

    We are going to give free access to Gooseberry Planet Apps to all schools in support of Safer Internet Day 2016.

  • School News Group
    School News Group

    Promotion and support through our social media and through our magazine with advice about staying safe and links to safer internet day. Generating and sharing discussions on social media.

  • Liverpool County Football Association
    Liverpool County Football Association

    LCFA's responsibility is to safeguard young people involved in football. We will be promoting SID to our member leagues & clubs asking them to raise awareness to all of their participants.

  • Trafalgar Infant School
    Trafalgar Infant School

    We will be having a special assembly and a range of activities led by our digital leaders including games, apps, stories, videos, booklets and discussions as well as parent resources on our e-school.

  • Redesdale Primary School
    Redesdale Primary School

    At Redesdale Primary School we will be starting our day with Key Stage assemblies raising awareness on how to stay safe online. Following on from that we will have a day filled with activities promoting online safety

  • Granby Junior School
    Granby Junior School

    The children will be undertaking fun activities to demonstrate their knowledge of being safe on the internet and to ensure that they understand the importance of being safe online.

  • Tufnell Park School
    Tufnell Park School

    Assemblies, Class projects, staff and parent workshops and IT learning treat during January which will culminate on SID week, showcasing pupil's work and a Fundraising event in support of Childnet.