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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

  • 1,249
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  • Hollymount School Hollymount School will be learning about how to stay safe online in lessons from nursery up to year 6. We will have an assembly and share our learning about internet safety with each other.
  • St Joseph's Convent P.S. School Assemblies for KS1 & KS2 'A Better Internet Starts With You'. Competitions KS1 & 2 Design a Poster, KS2 Write a rap/poem In Class activities
  • Beacon Academy Assemblies differentiated at different Key Stages and additional resources for PSHE lessons and Tutor time around safer internet use.
  • YMCA Swansea YMCA Swansea will promote Safer Internet day with partners and service users in our groups at our Hub in Swansea and via social media, posters and publicity materials.
  • Cullingworth Village Primary School We will be celebrating 'Safer Internet Week' during the week commencing 5th February. There will be additional e-safety lesson/activities going on, competitions, assembly.
  • Ponthir Church in Wales Ponthir Church in Wales will be celebrating Safer Internet Day with a week of safety themed activities led by the Digital Leaders.
  • Highwood Primary School We will be talking to the children about the use of the internet and providing them time to try KS1 Hectors World and in KS2 using other safety on the web games etc.. The children can produce posters.
  • Turvey Primary School Week long e-safety week with assemblies and short sessions in each class every day about staying safe online.
  • Scottish Parent Teacher Council We will be cascading information out to parents and schools to encourage open and positive discussions between parents and children about their online lives.
  • Highfield Priory School Highfield Priory School has been supporting Safer Internet Day by incorporating presentations, activities and discussions into lots of lessons this week incl: PSHEE, English and ICT!
  • Burley and Woodhead CE Primary School Members of the local police will make a presentation about online safety. We are designing posters. We have promoted online safety messages to parents on our website and in our newsletter.
  • The Pines School We will be thinking about how to use the internet safety. We will be having special lessons and activities to learn about fun ways to use the internet safely.
  • Stanton Bridge Primary School We will hold a special assembly in the morning and in the afternoon each class will have lessons to raise awareness. We will also being holding competitions and sending information home to parents.
  • SSAT, the Schools, Students and Teachers network We are promoting digital empathy throughout our school network by hosting a post on our blog and sharing through our main membership communication channels.
  • St Mary's CofE School, Truro We'll be holding a whole school assembly before taking part in safety awareness sessions in our classes.
  • Upton Hall School FCJ Completing a variety of activities provided by Safer Internet Centre, watching video clips, class discussions.
  • tinsleyNET IT Services Consultancy We will be providing tips on safer internet via social media, and holding a free to attend drop-in day providing hands on support and help with safer internet usage.
  • Breck Primary School We will be distributing information to our parents. We will be organising staff training We will be conducting information sharing through the curriculum with all children in school through assembly
  • Whitehouse Common Primary School We will host a special assembly and work in our class groups throughout the week talking about how we can stay safe online.
  • Scottish Government The Scottish Government will promote SID through social media and work with partners to identify activities to support SID in Scotland
  • Dulwich Prep Cranbrook We are working with the children to discuss safer internet use in Computing lessons, as well as holding special assemblies and form time to discuss online dangers and awareness.
  • Merchiston Castle School We will be delivering SID PSHE lessons, some with the support of Police Scotland and through our MVP programme in the lead up to SID. We will also celebrate and promote SID on the day in assemblies.
  • Westfields Junior School Assembly and activities throughout the day
  • Europa Gymnastic Centre We provided a display for safer internet day at our club championships for parents/carers and children. We had some very positive comments and feedback.
  • is raising awareness for Safer Internet Day by using its social accounts to encourage users to be a positive force for good.
  • Surrey Early Years HR Surrey Early Years HR will raise awareness of the importance of teaching children to be e-safe from early age and the vital role early years practitioners play in keeping children safe online.
  • Stonewall This year we will be publicising the day through our social media channels, with a focus on our research into the online experiences of LGBT people. We'll also be publishing a blog on our website.
  • Our Lady of the Rosary RCVA Primary School Both KS1 and KS2 will attend an assembly to celebrate SID. The children will also carry out related activities in class and parents will later be invited to an e-safety talk.
  • Hollyfield Primary School We will host a special assembly and work in our class groups throughout the week talking about how we can stay safe online.
  • Kingscourt School Whole school learning on safer internet use, including e-safety stories, online quizzes, video productions and parental workshops.