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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
  • Be Safe on Island We will be working with MoD Schools, British Forces Cyprus and BFBS to support safer online activity amongst the Sovereign Base Area community
  • Turnfurlong Junior School At TJS we are always promoting safer use of the internet to both our pupils and parents and will be sharing information via computing lessons, website and newsletters.
  • Oakfield Primary Academy We will be promoting internet safety through the week, in partnership with our digital leaders.
  • Mere School We will be running online safety sessions in each classroom and launching a competition.
  • Jenner Park Primary School Jenner Park will be taking part in a collaborative Online Safety project with other schools at The Tram Shed in Cardiff, then attending an event at The Senedd led by Kirsty Williams.
  • Grace Dieu Manor School Children from 3-11 are having a special assembly about using the internet safely. They are all then making a poster to display around school. We are also hosting a Safer Internet Evening for parents.
  • 2Bsafe We are providing an info session on safe digital citizenship for people with learning disabilities.
  • Yvonne Sinclair Consultancy On SID we will be providing advice and support to schools and community groups.
  • William Austin Infants School The whole school will be taking part in activities to remind the children how to keep safe online and to become better digital citizens.
  • Stay Safe Workshops We will be organizing special workshops for local schools coving a wide range of e-safety topics.
  • Geoffrey Field Junior School Geoffrey Field Junior School will be taking part in our second Safer Internet Day. Workshops will be run across the school, supported by our Childnet digital leaders.
  • Bin Weevils We are having an in-game flash mob to promote online safety & spread the positive message of Safer Internet Day 2017! We will also be holding an internet safety quiz for players to answer on our blog.
  • Northgate High School We have assemblies for years 7-11, activities taking place during both PART and computing lessons and there is also an e-safety evening for parents on the 9th February
  • Seaton Primary School We are holding a meeting for parents to help them support children at home and all Key Stage 2 pupils will receive a Safer Internet assembly. Details will be sent to all parents electronically.
  • Scottish Qualifications Authority We'll be producing a series of top-tips for staying safe online, as well as guidance on how to best protect your data.
  • The Arnewood School Year Group assemblies, Information stand, Conversation starters for tutor groups, Quiz for younger years
  • Sacred Heart Primary School We are using the SID activities within all classrooms. We are sending a photo through social media to show how far it will go and to show kids how easy it is for others to access the photos they post.
  • 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.
  • www.stbernadette.co.uk At St Bernadette Catholic Junior School we are beginning with an assembly to launch our Internet Safety Day. Each year group is then focusing on a different aspect of internet safety in class.
  • Greenvale Primary School We will be holding an assembly with all children at the school. All teachers will also be using the lesson resources to teach E Safety lessons on Tuesday 7th February.
  • Lincolnshire Police - Skegness Neighbourhood Policing Team. We are taking part in the thunderclap. On the day we are holding a number of engagement events in Skegness and will be tweeting for 24 hour promoting internet safety.
  • Bracken Leas Primary School For Safer Internet Day we will have in school workshops with our Safeguarding Governor
  • Horsendale Primary Dedicated learning time to teaching safe internet use across all age groups within our school.
  • Church Lads' and Church Girls' Brigade We will be messaging all of our Company Leaders via email, we will be promoting on our website, Facebook and Twitter, to let all members know that we fully support Safer Internet Day.
  • St Marks Catholic School We will celebrating Safer Internet Day by: Holding child led assemblies, Completing fun activities on how to stay safe online, School Council "staying safe online" poster competition.
  • Youth Fed With our NW Cyber Safety programme schools, youth groups and parents we will use SID to continue to promote safe & ethical online behaviours focussing on safe image & video sharing.
  • Garstang Community Primary School We will be doing a whole school event on the day and will be running a week of online safety lessons.
  • Rye St Antony For Safer Internet Day Smoothwall are running sessions for our Prep School, Senior School and Parents/Friends. We will be offering a drop-in session where pupils can ask questions.
  • Benton Dene School We at Benton Dene School will be enjoying a day of recapping and developing our skills about how to play and stay safe when using the internet. We will be designing posters, leaflets etc.
  • Delamere Primary Academy All classes will be getting involved with SID. We will all be completing the acrostic poems and giving all children an insight on how to be safer. At the end of the week we will be doing an assembly