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Activities took 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. 


Total Safer Internet Day Supporters

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  • The White Horse Federation We are supporting our schools across the Southwest of England with Safer Internet Day. We're also supporting the UK Safer Internet Day Thunderclap!
  • Symantec A Symantec team of employee volunteers will present to a number of schools in Reading about how to stay safe on line with helpful hits and tips to teachers pupils and parents .
  • Meadgate Primary School Assemblies, e-safety sessions in lessons during the half term, e-safety training for staff across the academy trust, e-safety parent workshop, digital parenting magazine sent home.
  • St. Anthony's Catholic Primary School St Anthony's will be exploring many different activites, in all of our year groups, promoting the safe use of the internet to our children.
  • Nanstallon CP School At Nanstallon, the School Council have prepared a special assembly. There will be SID activities throughout the week and we will be sharing our knowledge with parents, carers and siblings.
  • Brighter Futures We will run sessions on making the internet better, looking at what and how we post information.
  • Theatre Royal Haymarket Masterclass Trust Our anti-cyberbullying project, Cyberscene is promoting safe use of digital technologies by delivering a SID performance with colleges & raising awareness with digital games on twitter
  • George Fentham Endowed School We will be celebrating 'Safer Internet Day' with a whole school assembly, followed by activities, competitions & research in each class from Nursery to Year 6! BE SAFE!
  • Layfield Primary School At Layfield we will be supporting Safer Internet Day 2017 by delivering lessons surrounding this topic to all our pupils!
  • Halstead school We will be holding an assembly to raise awareness of E-safety and all ICT lessons will discuss be safe online.
  • Cyngor y Gweithlu Addysg For Safer Internet Day we have produced a guide to using social media and the internet responsibly. We are also working on a guide for parents.
  • Sex Education Forum We will be promoting our guidance for parents on online safety written with our partners at Anti-Bullying Alliance; & our training for teachers on pornography & online relationships.
  • United Learning We will be holding a number of assemblies based on the Unite for a Better Internet theme. Schools all over the country will join together via web conferencing to share their ideas.
  • MPCT We will be having a lesson on Safer use of the internet to replace our Morning Parade.
  • haandle Ltd Sharing tips on social media about our experience including tips on how to have a better relationship with tech.
  • Hill of Banchory School Create an i-movie , promoting internet safety and share across the school community. Run a poster design competition and learn about the importance of internet safety.
  • Littlecoates Primary Academy We will be using the UK Safer Internet Centre assembly powerpoint to introduce the day and our E-cadets will be roleplaying to show the rest of the children how to use photos safely on the internet.
  • RADAR NI We will be supporting #SID2017 via Social media
  • Manchester Enterprise Academy Raise awareness, pastorally, and have a prominent focus on safer Internet activities across lessons.
  • Quainton Hall School Supporting the initiative with ICT lessons and a themed assembly.
  • Giles Brook Primary School Our Digital Leaders are in the process of creating short videos for SID2017 with the theme Be The Change: Unite for a better internet. They will show these videos at a whole school assembly.
  • Thames Ditton Junior School We will be discussing and practising ways in which our children can surf and share safely on the Internet.
  • Townhill Junior School We will have a non-uniform day - Theme - United for a safer Internet. Throughout the day we will have sessions within school for children, parents and teachers on staying safe - together.
  • Bilborough College We are encouraging students to check their privacy settings. We have a display and information leaflets and use social media. Our IT team will assist students with their settings if needed.
  • Cherhill CofE (VA) Primary School We are holding a whole school assembly, followed by a day of online safety sessions planned across the school from FS2 - Y6
  • Optimus Education We will be sharing a collection of resources on our social media channels, from case studies to posters, to help staff foster an 'e-safety culture' in schools
  • Professionals Online Safety Helpline Our Helpline has been involved in the creation of SID TV & will be responding to media requests & creating a podcast of events on the day. We will also attend & support the UKSIC London event
  • St John's College, Cardiff We are celebrating Safer Internet Day with special assemblies for all age groups. Every pupil has created a pennant for online safety bunting and we are holding a parents' assembly.
  • For Safer Internet Day we plan on providing blog posts and social media content to help in continuing education to parents on how to keep their kids safe online.
  • Whitchurch Primary School & Nursery We will be running e-safety themed assemblies, lessons and competitions to support the day and raise awareness across the entire school community.