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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

  • 1,177
  • 119
  • 158
  • 57
  • 31
  • 103
  • New College School New College School promotes safe and responsible use of the internet. On Safer Internet Day we will be starting the day with a thought provoking assembly followed by activities within lessons.
  • St Mary's C of E Primary School In school we will be creating displays, having whole school assemblies and involving all children in learning about this year's theme.
  • Mount St. Michael's Primary School, Randalstown We will be holding assemblies relating to Internet Safety and each class will be completing internet safety related tasks.
  • Mayfield Grammar School, Gravesend Students and staff will be engaging with a number of the activities provided over the course of the week. These will be reported to parents via newsletter.
  • Our Lady & St. Michaels Primary We had an online safety logo competition, a dressup day, used the SID resources for foundation phase and ks2 assembly, made some rules to keep ourselves safe and created our own emojis- share a smile.
  • Digital Reflow We are going to be working together with local schools to share tips on how children can be safer online. We'll be sharing these also on social media, and in the local paper.
  • RM Education RM Education will be supporting SID by raising awareness via blogging, social media and a dedicated page on the website, giving away a FREE e-safety poster for schools to download.
  • Tupton Hall Targeted lesson focus on day. Assemblies for all years. Relaunch of bullying reporting service.
  • British Transport Police We will be promoting Safer Internet Day through our social media channels to raise awareness about what the travelling public can do to stay safe online.
  • Mediawatch-UK Mediawatch-UK will be highlighting SID 2017, through our membership and on our social media platforms, raising awareness of internet safety for children and parents.
  • Cheshire Constabulary We will be covering and engaging all our schools, 650 plus. We will be working in partnership with them through our e-safety officers programme and Junior Safety Officers programme.
  • Probus Primary School For Safer Internet Day the children will consider the power of the internet - the good, the bad and the ugly! Together be strong and as an individual, be stronger to stop the spread of hate.
  • William Hill For Safer Internet Day we produced an Internet Safety Guide for parents about keeping their children safe online. In total we reached over 50 000 employees, customers and parents on the day.
  • Widewell Primary Academy All children will take part in a Safer Internet Day assembly and continue with SID lessons in class.
  • Goffs School We will have Safer Internet Day assemblies for all year groups and the Safer Internet Day lessons for years 7 - 10
  • Exertis Exertis, in conjunction with SonicWall, will be supporting Safer Internet Day by raising awareness of Keeping Children Safe in Education and The Prevent Duty.
  • St Clare's School We will be holding a special school assembly promoting safe internet use. All ICT lessons will be used to promote online safety tips to help develop our students knowledge of staying safe online.
  • All Teach Our Computing Scheme of Work has been developed to incorporate and celebrate Safer Internet Day within the units that occur at this time of year. At 4pm on SID, we will be holding a live Twitter Q&A.
  • Phone-paid Services Authority We will be promoting SID through our social media channels and our website. We will also be promoting PhoneBrain which helps parents and young people know what can be charged through a smartphone.
  • Deansbrook Junior School We will share together how to be the change for a safer internet by raising awareness within our community.
  • Horsendale Primary Dedicated learning time to teaching safe internet use across all age groups within our school.
  • Motherwell Football Club Community Trust Motherwell Football Club Community Trust engages with hundreds of young people every week. We will be running an awareness campaign on Tuesday to ensure that young people are aware of the dangers of the internet.
  • Lakeside Primary School We will be joining the Share a Smile campaign and encouraging the children to share positive messages and kind words. The Year 3 classes will be presenting an assembly about using the internet safety.
  • Radcliffe on Trent Junior School Assembly and all classes doing the 2017 Safer Internet Day lesson
  • NOA's Ark Introducing smarty the penguin to our 3-5 year olds. Introducing new rules when using our tablets and computers. Sending out parent info on being safe and ensuring our computers have protection etc
  • Watford Football Club's Community Sports and Education Trust Afternoon session with two local schools. 90 pupils will be in Vicarage Road Stadium for presentation, workshop and tour.
  • The Vaynor First School A talk for parents and workshops for the children and a whole school assembly.
  • Wirral Hospital School We are sending letters home promoting Safer Internet Day and we will put on a training session for parent/carers. We will have a poster competition for the students following their PSHE lesson.
  • Fischy Music Fischy Music produces songs to support health and well-being in primary-aged children. We've created a new song called 'Check Yourself' to help children think carefully about what they post online!
  • Rose Green Junior School Teaching children about being safe online