Ideas for getting involved
Schools and organisations across the UK will be getting invovled in Safer Internet Day on 7th February.
This collective activity reached 40% of UK children in 2016 - and we need your help to reach even further this year!
Watch this space for more resources and ideas over the coming months!
Things you can do now
- Help spread the word to more schools, organisations and invididuals
- Get updates by subscribing to our newsletter or following us on Twitter.
Ideas for Safer Internet Day
- Use your networks or run activities to reach out to children, young people, parents, carers, teachers, professionals and wider!
- Join the social media campaign #SID2017 (more information coming soon!)
Ideas for schools
Focus on e-safety in assemblies, lessons or form time using the resources in our Safer Internet Day education packs (coming soon)
Run a competition in school. From posters to apps, it's a great way to get the whole school involved!
Display the Safer Internet Day posters in your school (coming soon)
Get creative! Why not encourage pupils to produce an app, game, video or TV/radio show?
Get young people to take the lead. You could have an assembly run by young people, or involve older pupils in lessons for younger pupils.
Reach out to parents and carers using the Safer Internet Day parent pack (coming soon!), which includes a template letter, resources and a ready-to-use presentation. Why not invite parents/carers along to an assembly where they can hear directly from pupils?
Involve your local press. In the education packs we will provide a template press release for you to use.