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Safer Internet Centre

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Over a thousand organisations right across the UK played their part for a better internet on Safer Internet Day 2016.   

Thank you to everyone who has helped to make Safer Internet Day 2016 the biggest one yet! 

Total Safer Internet Day Supporters

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  • Ash Church of England Primary School To celebrate Safer Internet Day, we will be hosting whole school activities throughout the week.
  • William Hulme's Grammar School All classes in the Primary Phase will be learning about e-safety through a range of activities and taking part in a whole school assembly.
  • Camborne Science and International Academy Educating young people on the safe use of technology is one of our key priorities at CSIA. We will run a week of competitions, assemblies and tutor activities.
  • Alliance for Intellectual Property We will be supporting Safer Internet Day on Twitter, as well as promoting the importance of online safety.
  • St Paul's Roman Catholic Primary School, Feniscowles, Blackburn We will support SID2016 with an assembly, safer internet activities across school and with a cyber bullying play.
  • AVG Technologies AVG will be teaming up with the Scouts to support the Smart User Initiative’s #tk6 mission – encouraging kids to take six seconds to think before they post online.
  • PhonepayPlus PhonePayPlus will be celebrating Safer Internet Day 2016 by spreading the message of online safety and mobile device through our own social channels, our partners and PhoneBrain, a website created for young people and parents on the use of mobile devices in the digital age.
  • Bo'ness Public Primary School Supporting SID through ongoing class discussion and learning on keeping safe online, sharing with parents in workshops offered in school, safety tips on school/class twitter pages and website.
  • NCI Technologies We're sending E-safety resources to our schools and links to to raise awareness and support 'Safer Internet Day' activities.
  • St Edmunds Catholic primary schol St Edmund's will be supporting Safer Internet Day by holding parent and child workshops, whole school assemblies-age related and competitions to support this valuable message.
  • Hampshire FA We will promote Safer Internet Day through various media channels including Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, via our website and in our e-magazine which reaches over 300+ youth football clubs.
  • 001 Inspiration Ltd We will be providing awareness to school and Housing Associations on e-safety.
  • The Willows Primary school We are having assembly with our Internet safety ambassadors helping and video and presentations made by the children sharing how they are going to make the Internet a kinder place.
  • Duke of Kent School We will be having an assembly for the Senior School, a talk for the Prep School and a circle time session for the Pre-Prep. At the end of the day the E-Safety Committee are meeting.
  • Towngate Primary School We are looking to work across the whole school in raising awareness in the pupils for them to then teach their Parents.
  • Chichester High School (Boys campus) We are celebrating by having a video competition for all the local schools.
  • Queen Boudica Primary School Every year group will be taking part in lessons and activities to celebrate Safer Internet Day 2016.
  • St. Alban's Catholic High School Year groups will recieve an e-Safety Assembly. Form groups will run a debate around trolling online. Parents will recieve information packs and Primary school assmblies with e-Safety ambassadors.
  • Heap Bridge Primary School The whole of Heap Bridge Primary School will take part in e-safety activities on Monday and Tuesday afternoon to ensure all children know how to stay safe on the internet.
  • Bredgar CEP School Class based activities for all the children. Families will receive internet safety information by hand and through the school's website. A write up of the day will also go into the Parish Magazine.
  • Tender On Safer Internet Day, Tender will be using our expertise in educating young people about healthy relationships to help navigate the cyber element of this, and supporting the message through Twitter and social media.
  • Townhill Junior School Townhill Junior School will Dress up and School Council will choose the name of the day. Children, parents and teachers will participate in activities that raise awareness of Computer and Internet Safety.
  • Buckland St Mary CE Primary School We are spending the whole day looking at how to be safe online and our rights and responsibilities as a digital citizen.
  • Thirsk Library We will be hosting a series of awareness events throughout the year for parents and children.
  • Skybleu Research Ltd We will be offering our servces to support schools in online safety.
  • Walton on the Hill Primary School A whole day of activities for children, staff, governors and parents! Expert speakers and more...
  • Christ the King Catholic Primary School SID 2016 offers a fantastic opportunity for the children of CTK to showcase their kind and responsible online behaviour. We will be taking parts in lots of SID inspired lessons all week!
  • Turn IT On! Turn IT On will support the day by sharing content via our blog and Twitter. We also aim to offer classes and training to the schools we support.
  • Hylton Red House Nursery School We help our children understand that they can keep themselves safe online. We help our staff and parents understand how to translate these messages in age-appropriate ways.
  • OLM Systems Limited We will be raising the profile of SID2016. We are also sponsoring a online safeguarding event that has speakers from Police, LAs and other safeguarding professionals to highlight this critical issue.