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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
  • The Scottish Government We will promote SID through social media and work with partners to identify activities to support SID in Scotland.
  • Cuddington Community Primary School For Safer Internet Day we will have PSCHE lessons focused on cyber safety
  • Swindon College Here at Swindon College, we are supporting Safer Internet Day. There will be displays across the campus which will give students more information regarding using the internet safely.
  • Buckinghamshire & Surrey Trading Standards We are spreading the word via social media!
  • Guardian Saints To promote awareness, we are holding a competition for children in care, contacting Local Authorities & Fostering Agencies, urging them to sign up as supporters and ask their young people to enter.
  • St Marys School and College St Marys have been helping students to understand how to stay safe online. We have used to the SID2017 resources in School and College assemblies as well as special IT lessons.
  • Thames Ditton Junior School We will be discussing and practising ways in which our children can surf and share safely on the Internet.
  • Gloucestershire Constabulary We will be promoting the day through our digital channels as well as visiting a number of schools to raise awareness around the appropriate use of the internet for a Safer Cyber Gloucestershire.
  • Pentrebane Primary School We have been working collaboratively with four other schools to produce a presentation about eSafety which we will be presenting to one another on SID. We are also attending an SID event at the Senydd
  • Buckingham Primary Academy We are taking part in a range of activities and delivering lessons to make children aware of how they can stay safe on the internet.
  • Lime Tree Primary School We will have E-Safety Activities for Children and an E-Safety Information Evening for Parents
  • 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.
  • Hungerford Primary Academy We are going to run the special assemblies and plan a week of lessons around the theme for the day. We are considering a non uniform day where we dress up as e-safety superheroes.
  • Leslie primary School We will be working with the thinkuknow resources and sharing our information with parents at an open afternoon.
  • Rye St Antony School We are being visited by our friends at Smoothwall who will be presenting to Pupils and Parents.
  • veridexlett We are running a survey for schools so that they can ascertain what internet and gaming usage children in primary schools have. The overall results will be published.
  • NSPCC The NSPCC will be celebrating Safer Internet Day by running online safety parent workshops in schools and communities across the country, helping parents to understand their child’s online world.
  • East Bergholt High School Our E - Safety Champions will deliver assemblies to all students throughout the week. Citizenship activities will be available for all students
  • St Christopher's School Internet Safety is embedded in our curriculum. However we will use Safer Internet Day 2016 to shine a spotlight on e-safety by supporting and educating our school community about staying safe online.
  • Hindsford CE primary school We are having a E-safety day in school. Lead by our KS2 e-safety officers who will present a presentation to each class. All the school will be taking part in activities Poster and Film making.
  • Westfields Junior School Each year group will have a different activity to show their awareness and express their opinions of why it's important to be safe online.
  • Redgate Special School We will have class workshops using videos, games and songs to teach about staying safe on the internet
  • FosterTalk FosterTalk are a non-profit organisation supporting Foster Carers across the UK. We will be sharing information and SID resources with our members in support of Safer Internet Day.
  • Kesh Primary School Our school will have a whole school assembly using the powerpoint presentation. Each class will be undertaking activities related to e-safety. We will have a e-safety awareness poster competition.
  • Welsh Government We will launch the online safety zone on Hwb and announce the winner of the online safety zone SID competition at our Keeping Learners Safe Online event at the Senedd.
  • The Oaks Primary School We are planning our local Police officer to give talks to children and parents, we are holding a coffee and cake afternoon and evening giving guidance to parents on parental controls.
  • East Herrington Primary Academy We will be inviting a local theatre group to come in and perform to the children with a focus on e-safety. We have also invited parents to join us for some workshops!
  • The Gregg School We will gave assemblies for all year group and starter tasks for each lesson on the day.
  • Priory School We plan to show tools to help make the internet more accessible for students. We will raise awareness of dangers such as sexting, chat rooms and pop ups. We will also show how the internet can be accessed in the community.
  • Greenfield E-Act Academy Greenfield will be having an 'ICT big day'. The children will take part in a variety of computing and technology activities. They will be learning about E-Safety throughout the day.