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Supporters

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. 

To join the list, please complete the online registration form. Please note, logos will now not be added until after Safer Internet Day. 

Total Safer Internet Day Supporters

1,644
  • 1,176
    School/college
  • 119
    Charity/youth
  • 158
    Business
  • 57
    Government
  • 31
    Police
  • 103
    Other
  • St. John's School & College Live link up between our school and college. Online and interactive quizzing, workshops & presentations. Digital Leaders presentation. Social media health checks. All day Twitter & YouTube takeover.
  • Equitas Academy Charter School We are hosting a Technology Day / Tech day: Including training on sexting, talking to strangers, bullying etc
  • Ridge Radio doing radio programs to promote Safer Internet Day, as well as Facebook posts and the tweets from our accounts
  • The Royal Kent CofE Primary School An assembly, activities in each class during the day and sharing of information with parents.
  • Llanfaes C P School Pc Eckley leading whole school assembly with parents and children. Whole school activities planned by our digital directors and e safety committee.
  • BulliesOut BulliesOut will be delivering cyber bullying and sexting awareness workshops to young people. We will be using videos to promote internet safety and online respect.
  • Whitestone Infant school The children will be asked to take selfies with props which they have made related to Safer Internet Day. Online safety team will be showing their puppet play scenario in assembly. We will also have a poster competition.
  • Poynton High School Poynton High School will be celebrating Safer Internet Day by raising awareness throughout the week through assembles and using desktop wallpapers to highlight the power of images.
  • Balshaw's CE High School All KS3 pupils will have a special Internet Safety Computing lesson. All pupils will have House assemblies on the topic. Pupils will be creating tweets and taking part in a guess the emoji competition
  • Whitby Heath Primary School Our school is having a whole school assembly. Each teacher will also be discussing internet safety with their class. E-Safety Officers are also making posters for a local community support centre.
  • Tough Cookies Education Ltd We are training youth workers from local organisations, raising awareness of new technologies and risk posed to young people and delivering our keeping safe online workshops in schools.
  • SuperAwesome PopJam will host a SID Daily Challenge, encouraging all users to get creative. We'll also host safety tips on the app and run a feature on our SuperAwesome blog as well as social shoutouts.
  • Nickelodeon Nickelodeon supports Safer Internet Day, check out the Scoop for Safer Internet Day on-air bulletins and see if you can get top mark on the Jordan and Perri quiz. Visit our website for more information. Stay safe.
  • Bishop's Stortford College Our new Digital Leaders team will be preparing materials for Safety Internet Day assemblies.
  • Birmingham Adult Education Service We will be hosting 8 presentation at our centres across Birmingham to help our learners and their families use the internet with confidence whilst being safe
  • Buckland St Mary C of E Primary School We have a great day of internet safety activities that will engage our children and parents. We hope to make everyone think about how they want to be perceived online and how to respect others.
  • National Centre for Citizenship and the Law We will support through social media channels, education newsletters and by sharing blogs/resources/education packs. Also through our cyberbullying and Virtual Justice workshops.
  • FPA We're supporting Safer Internet Day through all of our social media to highlight the importance of online safety.
  • Claremont Primary School We will be having a week of activities based around this year's theme across the school, including revisiting our online safety rules. There will be workshops for our parents too.
  • Ysgol Gymunedol Penparc We have had our local PC in to talk to the children about being SMART on-line. The children have been creating posters and information leaflets about how to keep safe.
  • Lurgan Junior High School Through our digital leaders programme we will produce a pupil led live stream to all classrooms.
  • Scole CEVC Primary Scool We will continue our on-going cross-curricular focus on staying safe online. We will also hold a workshop for parents/carers and governors highlighting the importance of their role in online safety,
  • Zest - The Print People We will promote internet safety and encourage safe browsing to all our staff and clients.
  • Blackburn Youth Zone Youth work club will be having discussion around internet, social media, grooming and any other themes that come out of our discussions with young people.
  • Walsall Council Education Support Services - E-safety support We will be running an online safety competition for schools to take part in alongside supporting schools to deliver an internet safety themed workshop.
  • The Brookfield School We will be inviting a local police officer who will talk to the pupils and parents about e-safety.
  • Greysbrooke Primary School We will have a day of ICT activities around Internet safety and a parent workshop on the same day.
  • Darrickwood School Assemblies for all key stages. Form time activities. Internet Safety survey carried out by the Digital Leaders
  • Red House School For Safer Internet Day we will be running in-class sessions across the school on staying safe online as well as assemblies and PSHE sessions.
  • Boxmoor Primary School Sharing assembly; specific sessions in class