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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. 

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

  • 1,177
  • 119
  • 158
  • 57
  • 31
  • 103
  • Police Service of Northern Ireland A social media campaign offering e-safety tips to parents, a live Facebook Q&A session on #SID2017 and spreading the Internet Safety message on local radio and in the local area.
  • Strathdevon Primary School We are holding a day of events in our school to promote safe internet usage to our learners aged 5-12.
  • 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.
  • Penygloddfa School We are having an assembly presented by the members of our internet safety team, which is made up from children from Years 2-6. Each class is going to do some activities based around images online.
  • Guston CE Primary School We will having workshops and lessons around safe images and behaviour online.
  • Gillingham Football Club Community Trust The GFC Community Trust will be raising awareness of Safer Internet Day through the club website and on social media. We’ll also be running Safer Internet Day lessons with our Youth Academy teams.
  • TalkTalk We are aligning activity with our partner Internet Matters for greater impact. Through external channels we will reach our customers and internally we will reach staff. All with the hope of gaining maximum exposure for the campaign.
  • Glasgow Life Glasgow Libraries will deliver awareness raising sessions for Parents and Carers in 4 city libraries: Springburn, Pollok, Hillhead and Castlemilk
  • Chichester High School We are hosting our annual Safer Internet Day for our local primary and secondary schools. The schools participating will bring a video with them. The video will be shown and judged by our guests.
  • Rainford Brook Lodge School Each class will complete a range of activities both in class and in our computer suite.
  • Beavers Community Primary School We will be holding an assembly and all classes will be undertaking e-safety lessons and games throughout the week.
  • Waunarlwydd Primary Whole school assembly, watching and discussing the SID TV video clips and completing e-safety activities.
  • Anti-Bullying Works Promotion of Safer Internet Day via website & Twitter. Resources and links on website.
  • St Josephs Catholic Primary School Year 6 will be leading an assembly for the school and parents.
  • Naace Naace, the Ed Tech Association, is proud to be supporting SID. We will be signposting SID resources and activities via our website, newsletters and tweets encouraging all to join in with a great day.
  • Harrap Computer Systems Ltd We will be running an E-Safety session for students, staff and parents explaining how to keep safe when using the internet. This will be taking place at one of the schools we support.
  • Pentland primary school Online safety speaker to work with the whole school. The parents then invited to an assembly led by the school Online Ambassadors ( children)
  • Fibbersley Park Academy Every class will be completing Safer Internet Day activities. In preparation for the day, we have already sent home leaflets about staying safe online and app advice for parents and carers.
  • Stockingford Primary School Stockingford Primary will be celebrating Safer Internet Day by a Whole school assembly, SID17 activities throughout the school. Our eCadets will be going around the school to promote eSafety.
  • Rosebank Primary School Pupils will be undertaking SID activities to learn about and promote safe, kind and responsible use of the internet.
  • Etching Hill Primary School The children at Etching Hill are doing a range of Safer Internet Day activities throughout the week and being part of the THUNDERCLAP
  • Ralph Sadleir School We will be having a whole school assembly as well as class lessons, Computing and E-safety activities in tutor time.
  • St Barnabas CE VC Primary School All classes will be using the teaching resources, we will be having a whole school assembly and inviting parents in for a workshop.
  • The Children's Hospital School at Great Ormond Street and UCH Children and young people on the wards and in the Hospital School at GOS and UCH will be taking part in SID 2017 by working together to change the internet for the better.
  • St Mary's Junior School Baldock Starting off with a whole school assembly, there will be information sent home and PSHE style discussions in class. We are planning 'unplugged' lessons
  • Wilson's Endowed CE School, Over Kellet To mark the national Safer Internet Day as part of a whole school programme on internet safety, activities will include a whole school assembly and follow up lessons as well as support for parents.
  • Light Oaks Infant School Children will be learning how to keep safe online. They will review our online safety rules and create news ones using role play and music.
  • Shout Spark & Go We will be attending the training courses and sharing the information provided on the #SID2017 pages via our website and social media.
  • Warwickshire County Council - Special Education Needs & Disabilities Programme We will be sharing safety tips with our network of young people, families and professionals.
  • Moray Council, Engagement Team Safe social media use and experiences are discussed in 1:1 and group settings during daily contacts with pupils in schools and in conversations with parents/carers.