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Supporters

Activities are taking 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. 

To join the list, please complete the online registration form

Total Safer Internet Day Supporters

822
  • 586
    School/college
  • 68
    Charity/youth
  • 78
    Business
  • 26
    Government
  • 18
    Police
  • 46
    Other
  • Cippenham Primary School Cippenham Primary School are spreading the message by holding workshops for parents and taking part in interactive activities across the school.
  • Devon and Cornwall OPCC We are supporting Safer Internet Day by raising awareness about what people can do to stay safe online.
  • Farleigh School The school assembly will have Safer Internet as the focus, and lessons will all have this theme running through them. Pupils will create posters and websites about Internet Dangers and Safety Tips.
  • Horton Grange Primary School External professionals are coming to talk to parents and children about how to stay safe online. We will have a parent open day to share positive side of how computing is enhancing education and how to keep safe
  • Lincoln St Christopher's School Our school will be holding Safer Internet Day lessons throughout the day as well as a Safe Internet Lunchtime club, live tweeting resources and videos to parents and sending leaflets home with pupils
  • The Scottish Government We will promote SID through social media and work with partners to identify activities to support SID in Scotland.
  • Darnhall Primary Schol All classes will have age-appropriate, engaging and interactive E-Safety lessons delivered by our teachers and Junior E-Safety officers, who are all committed to promoting E-Safety in our school.
  • Auchenharvie Acadmey S1 - S3 will be participating in collaborative tasks throughout the day. Presentations will take place showcasing learners activities. Tweeting our achievements will also take place.
  • Balfour Junior Academy We will have a whole day packed with activities!
  • Coastal Housing Group Participating in a Webinar for tenants provided by Digital Communities Wales and Running two Online Digital Workshops for our tenants on being safe on the Internet
  • Long Stratton High School Digital Leaders will be carrying out assemblies that week everyday to all year groups. There will also be an awareness evening for parents in February.
  • Caterham High School This Safer Internet Day we will be raising awareness about staying safe online with student involvement.
  • Rossett School Using resource material to deliver PSHCE lessons to all year groups 7-11. Half year group assemblies on the importance of internet safety.
  • Walter Evans CE Primary and Nursery School We will hold a special dedicated worship promoting the safe use of the Internet. Teachers are teaching a lesson about safer searching and we will also be planning six weekly twitter posts
  • Baycroft School We will be having a day of lessons, workshops and celebrations.
  • Kensington Junior School All children will be taking part in cross-curricular activities to support Safer Internet Day.
  • Rose Green Junior School Teaching children about being safe online
  • Yoti We’ll be supporting Safer Internet Day by highlighting the importance of knowing who you’re talking to online, and why we need to work harder to create a safer online space for young people.
  • Shears Green Junior School We are planning on using some of the Safer Internet Day resources to have a whole school focus to celebrate the day.
  • Gordon Primary We will have a range of activities to encourage Internet Safety and a meeting with parents with ideas and support.
  • Quainton Hall School Supporting the initiative with ICT lessons and a themed assembly.
  • Mere Green Primary School We will have a Safer Internet week - a whole week of curriculum lessons and drama workshops from Y1-Y6.
  • Northfield Manor Academy During Tuesday 7th February, all the year groups at school will be learning about how to stay safe online. We are setting up a photo booth to take emoji pictures and posting on Twitter.
  • Middlesbrough Football Club We will promote in the Family Zone at our game v Everton on 11.02.2017 the importance of being safe when on the internet by handing out leaflets to educate our young supporters and parents.
  • Sandford Hill Primary School We will be hosting school assemblies and all year groups will be taking part in cross-curricular activities to promote Safer Internet Day, including writing, drawing and creating videos!
  • Millfield Prep School Our pupil Digital Leaders will be running e-Safety sessions for our pupils throughout the day.
  • Prestwick Academy We will have a whole school assembly followed up with lessons in PSHE and Computing.
  • Brightside Primary School Dedicating a day to teach all our primary school children about being safe on the internet.
  • Kids Casting Call Pro On Safer Internet Day we will share tips and tricks on how young talent can remain safe online and will support #SID2017 across our social media channels.
  • Elsley Primary School The Computing leader and Digital Leaders will be running an assembly, we will be doing parent e-safety workshops and making posters/videos in class.