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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. 

 

Total Safer Internet Day Supporters

1,645
  • 1,177
    School/college
  • 119
    Charity/youth
  • 158
    Business
  • 57
    Government
  • 31
    Police
  • 103
    Other
  • Thomas Gray Primary School We will have an afternoon of Internet Safety activities using the resources provided by UK Safer Internet Centre and a whole school assembly.
  • Victoria Primary School We have launched a competition with theme of the power of image. It has three categories: Best Poster, Best Animation & Best Song/Rap. Also we are having a parents presentation on Wednesday 8th Feb.
  • Our Lady and Saint Hubert's Primary School We will have a Safer Internet Day Assembly, Safer Internet Lessons, Internet use online survey, Internet use family agreements, Internet photo booth and E-safety blogging
  • St Bernadette's Catholic Primary School St Bernadette's Catholic Primary School are learning about how they can stay safe online. We are joining in with the #giveasmile campaign by designing our own emojis!
  • Welbeck Primary School Students from Upper Key Stage 2 have been creating a video showing the rest of the school how to stay safe online and each class have been learning the SMART rules for being safe online.
  • The Victory Academy We will have an assembly for all year groups, Yr7 drawing competition, upload information to website, Newsletter
  • Foster Care Associates We have set up training sessions for our foster carers and young people regarding Online Safety and how to keep them safe.
  • Buckingham Primary School At our school we are having special assemblies, discovering more about using virtual reality safely and taking part in lessons about what we share online.
  • St Stephen's Catholic Primary School Taking part in the suggested lessons and sharing positive emoticons on our Twitter feed
  • South Wales Police ~ Heddlu De Cymru School liaison officers will deliver dedicated Internet safety lessons and take part in school assemblies across South Wales.
  • New Era Education Ltd New Era will be providing free access to our e-safety tools and activities to promote online safeguarding in a safe and secure environment to thousands of teachers around the country.
  • 6point6 Promoting the safe, responsible & positive use of digital technology is at the heart of our business. We want to help the next generation to be well informed about safer online access #cybersecurity
  • Slinfold CE Primary School We have invited parents to attend an E-safety Awareness evening at school delivered by our local Police Community Support Officer and our IT Coordinator.
  • Everton Football Club Everton Football Club will be working with the community and stakeholders to promote Safer Internet Day including how to stay safe online.
  • Caludon Castle We will be conducting year-group assemblies as well as tutor-time activities across the school
  • Knowsley City Learning Centres Working with schools across Knowsley and the surrounding areas promoting the positive use of technology.
  • SSAT We will help to spread the word of Safer Internet Day, and will share the fantastic Education Packs.
  • Sure Start Children's Centres We will have Safety Displays across all of our centres and raising awareness during our parent and child sessions.
  • Cannington Primary School All classes will have at least 1 lesson on Online safety.
  • Newquay Junior Academy Our group of digital defenders will be creating posters and social media updates to encourage the positive and happy use of emoji.
  • Flashing Lights Media Making the SIDTV videos fully accessible in BSL format.
  • West Kingsdown CE Primary School We will be carrying out a range of activities, including watching clips, creating posters on keeping safe online using ICT, to reinforce the importance of keeping safe online.
  • Furzeham Primary and Nursery School We are celebrating across the school with assemblies, class discussion, quizzes, videos and other activities.
  • The Ellen Wilkinson School for Girls For Safer Internet Day we will have assemblies and quizes
  • Dundonald Primary School We will hold a whole school assembly about online safety and run special workshops in class. There will as well be a competition to design an online safety related screensaver for the school laptops.
  • St Giles School Classroom activities, making posters, badges, wrist bands, sending home letters to parents and making a video.
  • 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.
  • Temple Learning Academy We will be sharing the E-Safety section with our new families & all pupils. We also hope to host some E Safety training for parents & distribute the safety guides we have for different games systems.
  • UK Youth UK Youth will be spreading the word about Safer Internet Day with our Member Network which supports over 800,000 young people.
  • St Anne's C of E Primary School Going to organise a presentation to the parents during parents evening and give workshops across the school