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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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  • 137
  • Birmingham City Council - Bullying Reduction Action Group (BRAG) On Safer Internet Day we will be sharing campaign information via our website and Twitter to ensure that children and families in Birmingham can 'Create, Connect & Share Respect'
  • Whitworth Community High School Running assemblies to raise awareness for students and ensuring we spread the message to parents!
  • Highfield Preparatory School Our school will be taking part in lots of e-Safety related activities and the younger children will present an assembly to their parents and the rest of the school.
  • Sea Mills Primary School Sea Mills Primary School is committed to ensuring children develop a respectful attitude towards internet safety. Children across the school will be involved in workshops throughout the week .
  • Xtp International Xtp International is proud to share the awareness of the Safer Internet Day in our monthly magazine 3i as a day of realising danger and preventing the many ways vulnerable people are targeted online.
  • Marie Collins Foundation The MCF will engage in social media in support of SID as well as raising awareness through our website and other media outlets
  • Childwall Abbey School Whole school assembly and whole school writing competition.
  • Ark Helenswood Academy Practical workshops posting positively online.
  • Earls Barton Primary School Parents will be invited into school to listen to a local e-safety officer explain the importance of being aware of children's internet use. Parents will then join their child in their computing lesson
  • Hunters Bar Infant School SID sessions throughout the week Online Safety session for parents and careers
  • Rockwell C of E Primary School The whole school will be set the challenge of creating something to promote greater internet safety. E-Cadets will deliver an assembly to the school and offer guidance.
  • North Belfast Area Project We will be promoting Safer Internet Day on our social media sites - facebook mostly! We will be working in schools, groups and on the streets of North Belfast providing information on this day
  • Farfield Primary School & Nursery We will be creating videos and posters to raise e-safeguarding awareness.
  • Lemon Tree Consulting Promoting Safer Internet Day across Scotland.
  • Public Health England Public Health England will support the day and promote via its social media channels
  • St. Fillan’s Primary School and Nursery Class All pupils will learn about internet safety in class and at assembly. Parents/carers will be given information on newsletters and on school twitter/website. Community police invited to speak with upper school pupils.
  • Parent Zone We will be recognising the winners of our Digital School of the Year by delivering a variety of activities in the winning schools
  • RADAR We will be connecting young people with our KS2 E-Safety workshop and encouraging them to share and respect online. Drama games and photos to follow!
  • Kinlochleven High School Safer Internet Day Assembly with a visiting police officer presenting and a book reading project to share our learning with all of our feeder primaries using books like TEK and Once upon a Time Online
  • Wooldale Junior School At school we are running an online safety clinic for parents at Parents Evening. Our Digital leaders will be organising games and discussing issues with parents on the 6th and 8th of February.
  • Stanchester Academy Assembly for each year group on Safer Internet Day and linked activities in Guidance Time.
  • Charlton Primary School We will be talking about safer internet use during our whole school assembly and discussing further in lessons.
  • Downsell Primary School We will be holding a morning assembly for all the children and parents will be receiving an internet safety workshop. Pupils will create videos explaining about internet safety and designing posters.
  • St. Michael's College School assemblies - KS3/4/5 Form classes
  • St Cyres School We will be running activities in form time, showing the videos, doing a range of quick activities and an assembly presentation.
  • Bilborough Sixth Form College Information staff and resources. Internet safety quiz and information in tutor group.
  • Cavendish School Cavendish will be holding classroom based discussions on SID 2018 theme, explore on line terminology, culminating in drawings and poetry and whole school assembly.
  • Rothley C of E Primary Academy We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day by looking at how we connect online, and how to do so safely.A chosen member of the class will be delivering a lesson on this.
  • Our Lady & St Oswald's Catholic Primary School We will be holding a whole school assembly and engaging in Safer Internet activities in our classes.
  • Clarion Futures We've commissioned Inner Strength Network to raise awareness of internet safety and to empower and educate both pupils, parents and professionals.