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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
  • Street Teams We will be running a series of Community internet safety days within our local area - focussing on on line grooming
  • Peter Lea Primary School Safer Internet Day will be the focal point of our whole school Internet Safety Week. Children from nursery to Y6 will be learning about how to keep themselves safe online
  • Cowes Primary School We will have a parent assembly and workshop, Classroom activities, Visit from Local PCSO's to offer support to activities. 'See how far our school can travel -photo activity on our Facebook page'
  • Wiltshire Police Delivering cyber safety lessons; PC’s will receive information about sexting incident & POSH. A young person interview will be uploaded into the youth face-book account and several tweets.
  • Longwick C Of E Primary School We will be holding a whole school assembly followed up with a Safe Internet session in each year group
  • Heathlands Primary Academy We will have a whole school assembly, work in class including some requested by the children, poster competition
  • Rosemellin Community Primary School The day will start with an assembly. There will then be activities running all day and into the rest of the week. There will be an online safety training morning for parents the week before.
  • Altru Creative Education We are supporting Safer Internet day by running drama workshops and performances in primary schools about how to stay safe online.
  • Redbridge college visual display, posters and qr code displays to access videos, complete quizzes, do crosswords all related to the day
  • Richard Cobden Primary School We will deliver school assemblies for KS1 and 2 focusing on the risk children might face online. All classes will have an online safety lesson on the day.
  • Creatief met ICT We are promoting Safer internet day and we are sharing materials for teachers
  • Victoria Education Centre We will be running Safer Internet Day assemblies, using the SSNAP cards to look at safer use of social media, running quizzes and reaching out to our local community via our school Facebook page.
  • Thomas Deacon Academy Raising Internet Safety awareness. SOW for ICT/Computer Science and Whole School Tutor/Form Time Theme to reflect this theme from the 30th of January - 10th February.
  • Chiltern Hills Academy We are thrilled to be taking part again! Our form tutors deliver the safer internet day lesson during their life skills session and it always inspires and encourages our students to be safe online!
  • North Shore Academy We are running 'Safer Internet Week' with Lessons and Tutor Group Activities. Digital Literacy tasks for students to complete, Youth Photo Campaign with posters/Digital gallery.
  • London Borough of Barnet We will be promoting the Safer Internet Day to Barnet residents and council staff through our communication channels.
  • Cannington Primary School All classes will have at least 1 lesson on Online safety.
  • Woodcroft Primary School For Safer Internet Day we will be blogging about how to stay safe online!
  • St Agnes CE Primary school We will be raising awareness through special workshops for parents.
  • Pontybrenin Primary For Safer Internet Day we will have Lessons and Workshops
  • Giles Brook Primary School Our Digital Leaders are in the process of creating short videos for SID2017 with the theme Be The Change: Unite for a better internet. They will show these videos at a whole school assembly.
  • Virgin Media We plan to promote the day to our customers and staff, and the resources we've developed for parents and guardians to keep kids safe online, get the best out of the internet, and build resilience.
  • Woodhouse Primary Academy Children and parents will be invited to take part with a range of assemblies, activities and parent workshops to inform the wider school community.
  • Stag Lane Junior School We will be uniting our student community to reinforce our existing practices regarding our pupils' online safety through a range of age appropriate classroom activities and a school assembly.
  • St Katharine's Primary School Promoting SID through posters in school as well as every class having a special lesson on SID to think about staying safe online. Some classes are also doing more extensive project work.
  • CBBC In support of SID, Newsround will have a major survey; we’ll have quizzes, tips and advice on the CBBC website and a Blue Peter and Lifebabble join-in live web chat.
  • Gallery Guardian On the 7th of February Gallery Guardian app will launch its new website, promoting the UK Safer Internet Day through it and through social media too. Gallery Guardian will also reach out to parents via a press statement in order to bring awareness around the topic.
  • Gateshead Council Libraries We will be providing Internet safety sessions in a number of our libraries to promote the benefits of keeping safe online to all children and parents who visit.
  • Department for Education The Department for Education will support Safer Internet Day, promoting it among schools and networks. Edward Timpson, Minister for Vulnerable Children and Families, will speak at an event on the day.
  • Slade Primary School We will be having workshops, assemblies and parents will be joining for an awareness meeting.