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Supporters

Activities are taking place right across the UK for Safer Internet Day 2017 to promote the safe and positive use of technology. 

This is a list of organisations who have registered to share what they are doing in support of Safer Internet Day. 

To join the list, please complete the online registration form

Total Safer Internet Day Supporters

956
  • 682
    School/college
  • 76
    Charity/youth
  • 89
    Business
  • 31
    Government
  • 21
    Police
  • 57
    Other
  • Schools Broadband We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day 2017 by recognising the importance of the issues associated with it and coming up with fun and creative ways to promote #SID2017
  • Wootton Park School We have a whole day off normal timetable with sessions around many aspeacts of internet safety. We have Northamptonshire Police joining us to launch a campaign in the county.
  • Upottery Primary School Safe use of the internet will be discussed in each class throughout the school.
  • Kineton (VA) Primary School We have an action planned week at Kineton Primary School, being launched by our fabulous e-Safety Champions in their first ever assembly to the whole school. Growing as online-safety savvy children.
  • Identity Withheld Publishing We will be sharing our top tips for staying safer online via our social media channels and will be encouraging adults to talk about internet safety with their children via our blog.
  • Marshfield CE VC Primary School The whole school will be joining together in an assembly then taking part in activities in class.
  • William Austin Infants School The whole school will be taking part in activities to remind the children how to keep safe online and to become better digital citizens.
  • Torbain Primary School We will be taking part in a variety of activities in all classes to learn how we can make the internet a better place, and learn how we can stay safe online.
  • Pentland primary school Online safety speaker to work with the whole school. The parents then invited to an assembly led by the school Online Ambassadors ( children)
  • Beeford Church of England (VC) primary School We will have Internet Safety Assemblies and workshops using SID activities.
  • Oakfield Primary Academy We will be promoting internet safety through the week, in partnership with our digital leaders.
  • Digital Brighton & Hove We are a network of public, private and voluntary sector organisations working in Brighton & Hove on digital inclusion. We will be explaining key cyber safetymessages at our internet skills sessions.
  • Ysgol Licswm We will have an internet safety assembly and daily follow up activities, School liaison police officer coming into school to give talk, revised home school agreements sent home and uploads of activities to Twitter.
  • Unicef UK For SID Unicef UK & BT will deliver The Right Click: Internet Safety Matters workshops to primary schools around the UK which bring children, parents & teachers together to talk about online safety.
  • Oasis Academy Johanna All term the children will be learning about safe use of technology. On the day we will have a special whole school assembly and during the week we will hold parents' workshops on e safety.
  • Holy Trinity Primary School At Holy Trinity we are celebrating Safer Internet Day with the whole school community through a series of lessons, parent workshops, role plays and film making led by our Digital Leaders and teachers.
  • St Mary's C of E Infant School, Prestbury To celebrate the day, we will be starting with a whole school assembly explaining how to stay safe online and then we will be carrying out different activities linked to online safety.
  • Ysgol Llangelynnin We will have a whole school Service and class workshops.
  • Wellsprings Primary School We plan to hold an assembly and all children to be involved in Safer Internet Day 2017 through activities in their classroom on the theme of the Power of the Image as well as Blogging and Facebook.
  • Thomas Gamuel Primary School Differentiated activities across EYFS, KS1 and KS2. Involve parents and governors. Year 6 to make videos about different aspects of e-safety.
  • Town Field Primary School We aim to keep all our pupils & staff up to date & to advise how to keep safe on the internet to make their experience on the web informative & exciting & what to do should they encounter an issue
  • Uplands Community College We will be posting smiley selfies and student designed emojis.
  • Hungerford Primary Academy We are going to run the special assemblies and plan a week of lessons around the theme for the day. We are considering a non uniform day where we dress up as e-safety superheroes.
  • Shortstown Primary School We are taking part in the photography exhibition and our E-safety team will be creating a presentation for our assembly on SID 7th February.
  • Penygawsi Primary School We will have a day of Safer Internet Day activities and workshop, a special assembly and parents workshop on Internet Safety.
  • Cronton CE Primary School We will be continuing to learn how to be resilient when using the internet. The eCadets will be running a whole school assembly and class sessions. They will run a meeting for parents after school.
  • The Dingle Primary School We are holding KS1 and KS2 assemblies, completing activities/games/competitions in our lessons.
  • King Edward VI Grammar School, Chelmsford We will be promoting Safer Internet Day through a range of year group assemblies, followed up by form time activities and PSHE lessons.
  • Ormiston Denes Academy We will have tutor time activities, assemblies for year groups and will have events run by online safety mentors
  • BulliesOut BulliesOut will be delivering cyber bullying and sexting awareness workshops to young people. We will be using videos to promote internet safety and online respect.