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
  • 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.

  • GTL Genetic Testing Laboratories
    GTL Genetic Testing Laboratories

    We will be tweeting and sharing stories for Safer internet Day as we see it as a very important educational tool for parents and children.

  • Maidenbower Junior School
    Maidenbower Junior School

    Our team of digital reps will be leading assemblies to the whole school, including their own material as well as some resources from the Safer Internet Day website. Posters are filling the corridors.

  • Strode College
    Strode College

    Strode College works hard to safeguard all our students and we will be promoting Safer Internet Day through student tutorials and displays around campus.

  • Ruskin Junior School
    Ruskin Junior School

    2 week focus on Safer Internet. Children will be song writing, performing raps, games, role-play and drama, creating cartoons and animations. Also a Parent open afternoon to share the children's work.

  • Craigowl Primary
    Craigowl Primary

    Whole school focus on internet safety. Poster competition. P7s creating drama and animations to share at an Internet Safety Event for parents. Working with Community Safety Team.

  • Brighton Aldridge Community Academy
    Brighton Aldridge Community Academy

    In celebration of Safer Internet Day, we will be holding special assemblies & tutor time activities.

  • Chichester High School for Girls
    Chichester High School for Girls

    To celebrate the day, the group of schools have entered a competition organised by Chichester High School. Students from Key Stage 2–4 have been asked to produce an app or 2 min film about safety.

  • Mencap

    The internet is a great place for people with a learning disability to make new connections, that is why we are celebrating the internet and encouraging everyone to be safe and respectful online.

  • Arsenal in the Community
    Arsenal in the Community

    We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day through a programme of messages to our partner schools and directly with children attending Arsenal Double Club sessions.