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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

956
  • 682
    School/college
  • 76
    Charity/youth
  • 89
    Business
  • 31
    Government
  • 21
    Police
  • 57
    Other
  • Quainton Hall School Supporting the initiative with ICT lessons and a themed assembly.
  • Surrey Street Primary School Whole School and and Parents assembly led by Garnet Class (Year 5). How to keep me safe online - information pack to be created by children for their parents.
  • Landmarks College We will be producing E-safety videos, resources and posters for learners with learning disabilities.
  • REIM Training Solutions Ltd During Safer Internet Day we will be hosting parent and student Internet Safety Workshops ensuring that everyone is aware of the risks of online activity.
  • Manchester United Football Club Manchester United Football Club will be utilising the social media platforms to retweet/share Safer Internet Day posts. Safer Internet Awareness training is provided throughout the year.
  • Creatief met ICT We are promoting Safer internet day and we are sharing materials for teachers
  • Children's Commissioner for England The Children's Commissioner is happy to support Safer Internet day and will be reporting in the new year with proposals to strengthen children’s rights 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.
  • Harlescott Junior School At HJS our day will involve the children coming together in a mixed year group team morning to complete a range of e-safety activities for role play to creating videos.
  • St. Charles' RCP School We will be taking part in lessons designed to make sure we continue to be safe online. We will also explore a range of issues specific to our children's needs!
  • Lancashire Football Association We will send out best practice guidance to all club volunteers on responsible and appropriate usage of social media & modern technology
  • Malden Manor Primary School We will have a Safer Internet assembly on SID. This will be running alongside the e-safety part of our computing lessons which will run that half term, with activities and discussions ops through the week.
  • Marlborough House School Following eSafety talks from a former police officer and child protection specialist to children and then parents, pupils will explore the role they can play in making the internet a safer place.
  • Portland College We will be using the opportunity to further reinforce our robust safeguarding procedures by celebrating Safer Internet Day. Learners/staff will take part in activities throughout the day
  • Watermore primary school We will be raising the profile of internet safety across all age groups both by providing information to parents and engaging our children in fun and informative internet safety activities/ lessons.
  • st marys limavady School assembly
  • The Chalet School For Safer Internet Day KS2 will hold an assembly and help Smartie to make safe choices. They will engage in a number of activities, all relating to our PSHE and Computing Staying Safe Online topic.
  • The Children's Society We will be supporting Safer Internet Day on social media and producing tie in blogs.
  • Vivo We will promote Safer Internet Day to over 500,000 young people and over 40,000 teachers connected with Vivo. We will also contribute relevant materials to teach our audiences about internet safety.
  • STAHS We will be helping children stay safe online with lessons and an assembly based around internet safety.
  • St Mary's Middle School, Belford For Safer Internet Day we will have an assembly, Photography Project, SID lesson plans and Photo Booth
  • St Luke's Primary School (part of Ocean Learning Trust) In the 3 weeks leading up to SID the children are making posters , presentations and quizzes that we will share on our school website.
  • Oak Cottage Primary School We will be having a whole school assembly and every child will be learning E-safety in their lessons during that day. Also parents will be sent information on how they can access E--safety resources.
  • Cargenbridge School We will have a special internet safety assembly for the whole school and will set the children a competition
  • Redwood Primary School We will be dedicating the day to cross-curricular activities throughout the day, a themed assembly and a 'Stay Safe on Line' sticker competition to be attached to all computers throughout the school.
  • Goldbeaters Primary School Teaching children across the school about the importance of using the internet safely; including making videos with the children to help spread this message. We will also have a workshop for parents.
  • Abbey HIll Academy We will have a whole school assembly and focused work in Computing lessons.
  • Leigham Primary School Whole school assembly with follow-up activities in each class after.
  • Loudmouth Education & Training Ltd Loudmouth will be delivering theatre in education sessions on Safer Internet Day that includes work on online grooming, staying safe online and online bullying.
  • Yarrells Preparatory School We will have a whole school assembly about Safer Internet Day and throughout the day each class will have lessons in the ICT suite about it. We have Dorset Safe Schools & Communities Team coming in.