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Safer Internet Centre

Do you have a cyberbullying or digital safety concern? 0844 381 4772


Thank you to the 650 organisations who supported Safer Internet Day 2014 by running activities and spreading the word.

Together we reached millions across the UK.

  • Xplore Activity Camps We will raise awareness by sharing information about being safe online with young people, teachers and leaders who come to our activity camps. We will do this via our Facebook pages and blog articles
  • Tirlebrook Primary School All pupils will be participating in internet safety activities throughout the day. We will also be holding an internet safety workshop and coffee afternoon for our parents and local community.
  • Careers South West We will be working with young people and partners to support Safer Internet Day. We will also post advice on our Facebook and Twitter accounts about how to keep safe and professional on social media.
  • St Francis of Assisi Catholic Technology College We will be holding special assemblies and undertaking activities in form groups to promote Internet Safety. There will be more articles put onto our website to help parents and pupils to stay safe.
  • Lavant House School E-safety focused lessons with Police Schools Liaison Officer visiting.
  • Cheadle Hulme School Students will lead the way; Sixth Form Peer Mentors will meet Year 7 to discuss safer internet strategies and the School Council will deliver an assembly to Year 9, advising how to stay safe online.
  • Brakenhale Assemblies and tutor awareness.
  • Wyndham Primary Academy Nursery to Year 6 will spend the day learning about how to stay safe on the internet. We will be reminding pupils and staff of our SMART expectations.
  • Talbot Heath An assembly, letters and emails to parents and links, videos and tips on our digital signage and intranet.
  • Safety Net Work in schools delivering E safety sessions to children in yr 6. Also delivering E Safety session for parents in 3 schools. Distribution of resources inc E safety bookmarks designed by children.
  • St John's Academy During Tutor time, the whole school is engaged in learning about keeping safe using the internet. Resources used include CEOP and SID.
  • Newnham Primary School At Newnham School we are celebrating SID by making sure we are all aware of the dangers and fun the internet can bring. We will have a safety assembly and challenge our knowledge in a safety quiz.
  • Win Family Survival We will be hosting an evening of Live Mini Games, on our Minecraft servers IP which is a family run Minecraft server aiming to be the no1 uk family friendly child safe Minecraft server
  • ChildLine We will be promoting Safer Internet Day on our website, as well as on our Facebook page
  • Northumbria Police Officers from our Neighbourhood teams will work with schools to support SID. We also have pages on – our website for young people, parents & teachers which we’ll promote via social media.
  • St Augustines Catholic College Show the video and info to all the teachers and ask them to share it with students through their tutor groups
  • Deepdale Infant School We are holding a safer internet w/b Monday 10th February. Children will be involved in internet safety activities all week and we are running a family competition to involve the whole community.
  • Swindon Local Safeguarding Children Board Swindon LSCB is holding a art competition to raise awareness of cyberbullying. The winning design will create a postcard that includes advice and guidance on cyberbullying and will be sent to students
  • Ysgol Maes Dyfan School Assembly Internet safety Quiz Watching SID TV for primary and secondary pupils Creating internet safety posters
  • DigitalMe - Safe Young people, teachers & parents can earn a SID2014 digital badge by helping to create a better internet. Awarded by DigitalMe's Safe, they can create & share stories, videos & pictures via Makewaves
  • Carers Trust Carers Trust's young carers' service YCNet will take the lead on celebrating SID via social media, forums and chats - sharing stories, providing information and asking thought provoking questions!
  • Saltley School Assemblies covering every pupil in school with follow up tutor activities during the week and information sent home with pupils.
  • Liberton Primary School We are involving every pupil in our school in activities to help them learn strategies to enjoy the internet safely.
  • Crudgington Primary School Crudgington Primary School will be running activities with the children to raise awareness of internet safety.
  • 1st Shaw Beavers Beavers will discuss their favourite sites, how they can stay safe and then design posters to inform other young people how to keep safe
  • SAFEcic We will be working with UCS, Suffolk Constabulary and other local organisations to launch a free, dedicated web space offering a resource bank of eSafety advice, support and information.
  • Gloucestershire Football Association We will be promoting Safer Internet Day to our 1,200+ youth football teams, whilst reinforcing The Football Association's guidance on the responsible use of social media to all our stakeholders.
  • South Wales Police and Crime Commissioner The Commissioner is developing a partnership approach across South Wales to reduce online criminal activity, including bullying and online child abuse.
  • Dorset Safe Schools and Communities Team The Safe Schools and Communities Team will be hosting an Internet Safety conference on SID aimed at professionals working with children and young people.
  • Nelson Primary School We will be holding three assemblies prior to the actual date which will launch the event informing pupils about e-safety. There will be parent workshops linked to the safe use of the internet.