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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. 


Total Safer Internet Day Supporters

  • 1,177
  • 119
  • 158
  • 57
  • 31
  • 103
  • St Gabriels Children have organised assemblies to deliver to other children and created displays in our computer suite.
  • United Learning We will be holding a number of assemblies based on the Unite for a Better Internet theme. Schools all over the country will join together via web conferencing to share their ideas.
  • The Blessed Sacrament Catholic Primary school We will have a week long discussion/activity/tasks about keeping safe online.
  • Norfolk Police For SID we have shared an image of our Chief Constable on Twitter highlighting how easy it is for it to be seen by many. It has in 24hrs reached over a million people, as far as places like Australia, Hong Kong and Dubai.
  • Parent Zone To celebrate SID2017, we will be presenting our annual Digital Schools award, recognising the commitment of our members to a whole community approach to online safety and digital resilience.
  • Bridgend College We will be running an online internet safety quiz for students. We will feature a prominent internet safety/digital footprint display promoting #SID2017
  • St Oswalds Netherton We will spend from part of the day to the whole day learning about how to stay safe online. We like using the new resources posted. A group of children will also lead a whole school assembly.
  • Harris Primary Academy Kenley We will be organising assemblies, competitions and drama based activities to engage the children in how to keep safe online. We aim to hold an additional workshop for parents to attend.
  • Meadgate Primary School Assemblies, e-safety sessions in lessons during the half term, e-safety training for staff across the academy trust, e-safety parent workshop, digital parenting magazine sent home.
  • Hirwaun Primary Ensuring that children have the awareness and understanding of how to keep themselves safe on the internet through a range of activities.
  • Yahoo Hen Felin YsyolHen Felin will be taking part in a collaborative project with other schools in CSC. The project involves Responsable Digital Citizens from 5 schools presenting at the Senydd on sid
  • Get Safe Online Social media coverage, headline news story
  • Safeguarding Board for Northern Ireland Launching our Safeguarding App which will have info on how to keep safe on line, have a tour of the Alter Ego play 'In the Net' in primary schools across Northern Ireland and are supporting C2K comp
  • Lurgan Junior High School Through our digital leaders programme we will produce a pupil led live stream to all classrooms.
  • New Era Education Ltd New Era will be providing free access to our e-safety tools and activities to promote online safeguarding in a safe and secure environment to thousands of teachers around the country.
  • Le VPN The Le VPN team will be publishing and promoting a series of articles and infographics on internet security with tips on safer internet use, that will be published in Le VPN blog and across social media
  • Safer Activities for Everyone CIC We will promote SID2017 via email and social media. We are running 3 free CEOP sessions during February in Eye, Suffolk. We are also researching online safety with local schools.
  • Ysgol T. Gwynn Jones Reception - Year 2 will be delivering the Safer Internet Day powerpoint. Then each year group will produce a piece of work on it and display it in the ICT room.
  • Glasgow Life Glasgow Libraries will deliver awareness raising sessions for Parents and Carers in 4 city libraries: Springburn, Pollok, Hillhead and Castlemilk
  • St Agnes CE Primary school We will be raising awareness through special workshops for parents.
  • Chelsea FC Academy We will host a number of workshops with players, parents and staff on safe practise online. This will include addressing the PREVENT strategy and safeguarding against radicalisation.
  • Radnor House Sevenoaks Assembly themes for the week will be promoting Safer Internet Day. Computing lessons will be focused on e-safety. Year 5 & 6 pupils will be watching an e-safety play at the local theatre.
  • Digital World Using our internal communication tools to make staff aware of the day and what it's all about. We will also ask our Operations colleagues to spread the word to schools throughout Scotland.
  • Glengormley High School Classes have been completing the quick activities and taking part in group discussions
  • Trenance Learning Academy We are turning it into a week with the main message being delivered on the day. We are having games, quizzes, ICT lessons and assemblies about the issues the children may face.
  • British Council LearnEnglish Kids We have created and are promoting new content including videos, texts, interactive exercises and printable materials to support teachers and learners exploring the topic of online safety.
  • St. Luke's Halsall CE Primary school We are presentign an interactive assembly for KS2 and will be running a series of lesson activities with all the children throughout the day.
  • Redgate Community Primary School At Redgate Primary School in Formby we will be discussing how to show respect online and sharing our ideas about the power of images with the whole school and the whole world via twitter!
  • Marlborough House School Following eSafety talks from a former police officer and child protection specialist to children and then parents, pupils will explore the role they can play in making the internet a safer place.
  • Calcot Services for Children Running an 'awareness week' in each of our children's homes. Creating 'advice posters' on safe internet use with our young people. Working in consultation with local business to educate