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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
  • Shackleton Primary School We hosted an Online Safety play for schools in the local area, "In the Net". We're holding assemblies, running updates on Facebook for parents, and a school council Online safety competition.
  • Furzeham Primary and Nursery School We are celebrating across the school with assemblies, class discussion, quizzes, videos and other activities.
  • Darnhall Primary Schol All classes will have age-appropriate, engaging and interactive E-Safety lessons delivered by our teachers and Junior E-Safety officers, who are all committed to promoting E-Safety in our school.
  • Hethersett Academy We are holding whole school educational and fun activities and competitions to spread the message of e-safety, joining the social media campaign to share positive messages for better internet.
  • 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
  • Laureate Community Academy We are holding a morning session of e-Safety activities including a parent assembly to explain the important of e-Safety issues and class activities such as creating posters and having discussions.
  • Devon Safeguarding Children Board We will be raising awareness about how to keep children and young people safe online.
  • Scholar Green Primary School Scholar Green Primary School are proud supporters of Safer Internet Day. We will be delivering assembilies to raise awareness of staying safe online. All classes will have online safety lessons and activities planned throughout the week and we will also be having a poster competition!
  • Clark Integrated Technologies We are raising awareness of Safer Internet Day through Social Media.
  • PFU (EMEA) Limited As part of our support for Safer Internet Day we will spread the message via social media and give away free webcam covers together with advice on how to stay safe online.
  • Pontybrenin Primary For Safer Internet Day we will have Lessons and Workshops
  • North Lakes School We will have a special assembly, we will also be using the SID classroom resources, using the Sing Up resources to sing songs about Esafety and revisit our top 10 Esafety rules.
  • Silent Secret App We are creating an online video of top tips for being active online, which will be posted on multiple platforms to encourage our app users to interact with.
  • Hull City Tigers We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day with educational activities both within the club and in the community. We will be using our social media accounts and a match day programme to support SID
  • Lancashire Safeguarding Children Board Lancashire Safeguarding Children Board is supporting SID2017 through awareness raising activities with our partner agencies across Lancashire to help our children and young people to stay safe online.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Sir John Leman High School Whole school tutor time activities taking place throughout January and on the day in February to support #SID2017
  • Nottingham City Libraries Free drop in sessions for help and advice on how to stay safe online. Nottingham Central Library 2:00-4:00, 7 February
  • Post Office Post Office is proud to celebrate Safer Internet Day . We will promote and raise awareness for a better internet on the Post Office 'One' site, accessible to our people, and also on social media.
  • The Oaks Primary School We are planning our local Police officer to give talks to children and parents, we are holding a coffee and cake afternoon and evening giving guidance to parents on parental controls.
  • Tupton Hall Targeted lesson focus on day. Assemblies for all years. Relaunch of bullying reporting service.
  • John Jefferies Education consultancy As an independent consultant I will be working in Lincolnshire schools before during and after Safer Internet Day providing workshops with children and sessions for staff, parents and governors.
  • The Rawlett School Daily assemblies and activities in form time and selcted lessons. We will also be promoting SID on our Facebook page and twitter feed
  • Parkgate Primary School All year groups will be taking part in lessons helping support the children in making correct choices when using the internet and also helping teach them what to do if they feel unsafe.
  • BBFC We will promote 'Be the change: unite for a better internet' by encouraging children and young people to use BBFCinsight when choosing films to watch online with their friends and siblings.
  • Cotgarve Candleby Lane School The day will start with the Digital Leaders leading an E-Safety assembly. Then classes / yeargroups will use the day for pre planned activities to support E Safety sessions.
  • ImagineNation We have created a workshop that highlights the dangers children could face when using the internet. The inclusive nature of the workshops provides a greater knowledge and awareness of E-Safety.
  • City of London Police The City of London Police is commited to early intervention and prevention and will continue to support Safer Internet Day 2017 to build resilience and knowledge amongst our younger communities.
  • Blackheath Prep School We will be running a Technology Week that focuses on the importance of decision making when interacting online. The positives can outweigh the negatives if we all unite!