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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
  • Heatherbrook Primary School We aim to do a whole school assembly to raise awareness of being safe online and promote active discussion from year 1 to year 6. Each class will then complete a differentiated task.
  • Instagram Instagram's aim is to assist in spreading the message of SID using our own channels. We will also provide quote from the Head of Public Policy on our support of SID and importance of this day.
  • North Ealing Primary School Our school mascot, NESSIE ( North Ealing School's Safer Internet Environment), will be on hand as always to guide us through the wonders of the web!
  • 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.
  • Ryde School (with Upper Chine) We have run an assembly with SID 2017 materials, joined the Thunderclap on Twitter. We have invented an e-safety Monopoly Game and the whole senior school (over 500 children) played it at the same time
  • Bishop Aldhelm's CE Primary School Our children will be taking part in special assemblies and completing activities in class about being safe on the internet. This information will be shared with parents through our school newsletter.
  • Walsall Council Education Support Services - E-safety support We will be running an online safety competition for schools to take part in alongside supporting schools to deliver an internet safety themed workshop.
  • St James' Catholic Primary School We are conducting a survey to find out what apps children use and how they use the internet. We will also be holding assemblies for both KS1 and KS2 and doing different activities throughout the day.
  • Pembroke Dock Community School A range of lessons and activities throughout the day
  • Kensington Junior School All children will be taking part in cross-curricular activities to support Safer Internet Day.
  • Excite-ed CIC We will have a week of activities in schools and community centres in Hertfordshire. Two days of training for children's services professionals in the Royal Borough of Greenwich.
  • Hirwaun Primary Ensuring that children have the awareness and understanding of how to keep themselves safe on the internet through a range of activities.
  • Coed Eva Primary School The whole school will be taking part in e-safety activities for the afternoon. Ranging from Nursery to year 6 pupils. These activities will be shown to parents via Twitter.
  • Holy Cross High School We want our pupils to enjoy the benefits of the internet yet have the skills and resilience to avoid its pitfalls.
  • Anchorsholme Academy Whole school assembly to start the day. Each class will then follow a particular theme as part of their classroom work.
  • 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.
  • Peterborough Safeguarding Children Board We will run a two week campaign with LSCB partners around the dangers of sexting and online safety. Sharing of resources with professionals, teachers, parents and children.
  • Lincolnshire Police We are taking part in the thunderclap and using Force media to promote Safer Internet Day.
  • Seaton Sluice Middle School Our e-safety champions will be introducing the day with a whole school assembly and form classes will be taking part in group activities.
  • Yarrells Preparatory School We will have a whole school assembly about Safer Internet Day and throughout the day each class will have lessons in the ICT suite about it. We have Dorset Safe Schools & Communities Team coming in.
  • South Avenue Primary School For Safer Internet Day our Digital Leaders have devised questionnaires which we will ask the children in the school, to help us find out their knowledge gaps and tailor the session to address these.
  • Our Lady & St Joseph Catholic Primary School Whole school assembly, lessons in class, training for parents.
  • Willowbrook primary school To raise awareness of internet safety we will be inviting the pupils to dress up as a character from an app or game. We will hold special assemblies and e-safety workshops for pupils and parents.
  • the lloyd williamson school following lesson plans and promoting on our weekly newsletters
  • St. Francis RC School We will be having a whole class assembly to celebrate SID. We will also be participating in cross-curricular ICT lessons linked to our topic work. We will be tweeting the work that we have been done!
  • Forres Sandle Manor School Year 1 to Year 8 have been participating in age related Safer Internet Day activities from the website.
  • Beeford Church of England (VC) primary School We will have Internet Safety Assemblies and workshops using SID activities.
  • The Bridge School We will have an e-safety coffee morning for parents
  • Penpol School We'll be doing a KS2 assembly to discuss safer internet day and using this as a springboard for a big e-safety push throughout the whole school next half term.
  • Greenmeadow Primary School Digital Leaders to lead assembly for Foundation Phase and KS2 children using SID presentations. Parents to be invited into school to work with their children on internet safety on 7th. SID Lessons.