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Safer Internet Day 2018 Supporters

More than 1,700 organisations across the UK helped to deliver activities for Safer Internet Day. 

Including schools, police, local authorities, charities, companies, government, regulators and wider. Together we can help create a better internet! 

 

Total Safer Internet Day Supporters

1,772
  • 1,249
    School/college
  • 138
    Charity/youth
  • 161
    Business
  • 58
    Government
  • 29
    Police
  • 137
    Other
  • Jack and Jill School and Clarence House School We are exploring our connections and talking about ways to make sure we are always kind online. We have produced some beautiful digital footprints, and have talked about who our trusted adults are.
  • Light Oaks Infant School We will be taking part in fun activities with the focus of keeping personal information safe online and behaving responsibly online.
  • Intake Primary Academy This year we will taking part in a non-uniform day, be gathering together for an assemblies and inviting our parents and carers into school to take part in some safer-internet lessons and activities.
  • Seahaven Academy Will will be running assemblies and tutor activities. Students will be presenting to staff and to parents on a special parent event.
  • Longley Park Sixth Form College Longley Park College will be engaged in a range of activities both in lessons, tutorials and across the College. These include students completing the SID quiz, assessing their online presence
  • Northern Ireland Housing executive We will be promoting this event to our staff through our internal website and staff email and Facebook and Twitter to raise awareness amongst our followers (Tenants, partner organisations and so on)
  • Oasis Academy Marksbury road We are holding a 'crash the curriculum' day for all classes including a parent workshop, where we will be learning all about how to keep ourselves safe online through a variety of exciting activities.
  • Water Orton Primary School Launch of updated Acceptable User Policy; Children and parents signing Memorandum of Understanding. SID '18 materials being used in lessons including jigsaw pledges.
  • Barmston Village Primary School We will be doing some work in each class specifically around Internet Safety and some classes will be taking part in a workshop ran by an outside agency.
  • RM Education RM Education will be supporting Safer Internet Day by sharing video content and resources via social media.
  • Scottish Qualifications Authority We'll be producing a series of top-tips for staying safe online, as well as guidance on how best to protect your data.
  • Cybersecurity and Privacy Cyber Security and Privacy is community established in order to aware Governmental Partners, private sector up to citizens about Cyber Security and Privacy
  • Ysgol Bwlchgwyn While activity day with carousel of activities. The digital leaders will do an assembly and then lead the activities for the rest of the day.
  • Ilmington Primary School Our Online Safety Committee is leading a whole school assembly on how we can respectfully use the internet.
  • Facebook Safer Internet Day 2018 is just around the corner and to celebrate the day we will be releasing, in 40 languages, an animated video highlighting our Parent Portal as well as supporting amazing NGOs around the world with their Safer Internet Day campaigns.
  • London Christian School The children will undertake class activities as well as enjoying a whole school assembly focusing on the day, led by the Digital Leaders. We will make parents aware of this so they can partner us.
  • SAFEcic For SID2018 we're hosting free eSafety training in Suffolk and sharing resources and tips on our social media pages. Children and young people are also invited to answer our survey about the internet!
  • Ballymena Academy Our Childnet Digital Leaders will be using their knowledge and skills to provide e-safety education to peers, parents and beyond.
  • Dereham Church of England Junior Academy We will be spending the day looking at how to use the internet to research and browse safely, how to be aware of our digital footprint and how to make safe and responsible use of Social Media.
  • Welcare We will be using our voice to help reach more children and families across South London & East Surrey by sharing resources on Twitter & Facebook.
  • Kingsnorth CEP We are working across both our schools and our wider trust (Aquila) to deliver activities and information to support our children and wider community in their use of the internet and online activity.
  • Broad Oak Primary School, Penwortham The Safer Internet awareness event will last all week in school, encouraging pupils & parents to engage with promoting a positive digital footprint. Digital Leaders will also deliver presentations.
  • Whitworth Park School We will be promoting Safer Internet Day through house assemblies, this will then be followed up during form time activities.  Our students will also be completing E-safety units in their ICT lessons
  • Walton on the Hill Primary School We will be hosting a local IT consultant to work with the children, lead assemblies and work with the HT to deliver a parent workshop.
  • Harvington First School Our Online Safety ministers will be planning and leading an assembly for the whole school on Online Safety. All classes will then carry out an Online Safety activity during the school day.
  • Marlborough Primary School A whole school assembly will be carried out to launch SID. Then each class will explore how to use technology responsibly, respectfully, critically & creatively by carrying out a range of activities.
  • British Forces Germany Meeting as a multi agency group to learn and discuss online safety. We will all use the jigsaw template and fill in a pledge to do something positive online.
  • Friendly WiFi Reaching our to our Friendly WiFi certified venues and the WiFi industry both in and outside the UK. The team at Friendly WiFi will be busy making sure the message of a Safer Internet is heard.
  • Northwick Park Primary and Nursery Academy We will create a pledge to 'Do something Positive Online'. The whole school is taking part in a competition that will enhance the way children communicate online through social media.
  • Birmingham City Football Club Birmingham City Football Club captain Harlee Dean will be visiting Shenley Academy, Birmingham on Friday 9 February. Harlee will be participating in a year 7 ICT lesson about internet safety.