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Activities took place right across the UK for Safer Internet Day 2015, with support from over 800 organisations and a range of celebrities!

Total Safer Internet Day Supporters

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  • 3Bm Education Partners Promoting the London-wide esafety survey. Helping schools across 5 London Authorities with a range of activities.
  • Gransnet Promoting the day across our social media channels and publishing a guide to personal online safety.
  • iboss web security iboss are pleased to support SID with marketing activity to raise the profile of this important campaign.
  • Cabot Primary School Cabot Primary School will be marking Safer Internet Day using the Primary Pack resources, so that every pupil will have a better understanding of how we can use the internet, safely.
  • Henley Montessori Primary and Nursery The older children will be making posters, leaflets and giving talks for the younger children and the parents
  • William Patten Primary School We are celebrating Safer Internet Day with a whole school assembly, sharing good practice for staying safe online. Children will also engage in specific lessons for staying safe online.
  • Kids Casting Call Pro We'll be helping to promote Safer Internet Day 2015 #SID2015 via our website, social media and the KidsCCP newsletter. Also planning to launch a safe internet quiz with some prizes for our members.
  • Wildern School Wildern School will be providing a series of lessons and activities aimed at teaching pupils Internet Safety. We shall also be running a competition.
  • Virgin Media For SID2015 we'll be talking to customers and staff through our Switched on Families programme about how to be smart and safe online.
  • Smile IT Ltd We will be promoting the day and safety messages through our social media channels.
  • Gilmorton Chandler CofE Primary School We will be having an SID assembly and other activities focused on creating a better internet together. It's a great way to boost the e-safety message amongst members our community.
  • Elham Primary School We will be launching Esafety Ambassadors in every class to support others with any concerns and keep a regular log book of issues.
  • St Francis of Assisi Catholic Technology College During our Catholic Citizenship lessons this week we will be looking at how we can contribute to making the Internet a better place for everyone.
  • Mount St Mary's College The whole school will be going through the Safer Internet Day presentation in their Assemblies.
  • Blackpool Sixth Form College We will be promoting Safer Internet Day during tutorial sessions with all students.
  • The Federation of St. Elphege's and Regina Coeli Catholic Schools We will be supporting Safer Internet Day through e-Safety assemblies, lessons and activities for children. We will also be running e-Safety workshops for parents.
  • Eastfield Infants' and Nursery School We will be having an internet safety week beginning with a special assembly on Monday and workshops for children, staff and parents later in the week. We will be linking CEOP video to our website.
  • Edenhurst Prep School We are holding a workshop for parents and events during the day for children.
  • St Joseph's Crossmaglen Assembly - presentation with dance and song
  • IAB UK We're promoting Safer Internet Day to our network of 1000 IAB UK member companies. We're also supporting the initiative through Media Smart - which is due to relaunch in February 2015.
  • Vittoria Primary School We will be holding school assemblies, completing an on-line survey about e-safety and, over the next two weeks, inviting parents into class to join e-safety lessons.
  • Brandling Primary School During this day each class will be doing an aciotivity to promote Safer internet use. We will also be holding an assembly and promoting the event in our newsletter and website.
  • Swindon Academy We will be taking part in a shared online assembly for Safer Internet Day, joining with other United Learning primary schools to share ideas, smiles and pledges.
  • Scraptoft Valley Primary School We are going to celebrate Safer Internet Day by learning how to be responsible on the internet and make appropriate, positive comments on other people's work that they upload on the day.
  • Millhouse Junior School As a school, we are celebrating Safer Internet Day to promote the use of internet for the greater good and to reiterate the importance of using it safely.
  • Three We are promoting Safer Internet Day to our employees to raise awareness of the importance of educating children on how to enjoy the benefits the internet safely whenever and where ever they go online.
  • Girlguiding Girlguiding will celebrate Safer Internet Day 2015 by promoting positive internet safety messages to our young members, empowering them to make the most of the internet while staying safe online.
  • St John the Baptist CoE Primary School We will raise awareness with parents about how their children can remain safe on the internet through an assembly. We will hold workshops with our ICT pioneers who will cascade to their peers.
  • Learning Possibilities We want everyone to be safe online! LPPlus will be working with experts, charities & schools to provide our clients with resources & best practice to help them on tackling issues surrounding e-safety.
  • Informed Solutions Informed is proud to support Safer Internet Day. We plan to visit local schools to provide advice to their students, and further promote this advice through blogs and social media.