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Safer Internet Day 2018 Supporters

Every Safer Internet Day hundreds of organisations across the UK join the Supporters list to share what they are doing to support the day. 

Over 1,600 organisations were involved in Safer Internet Day 2017, growing each year from 2011 when there were 70 supporters. We need your help to make Safer Internet Day 2018 the biggest one yet! 

A huge range of organisations support Safer Internet Day each year, including schools, police, local authorities, charities, companies, government, regulators and wider. 

Join the supporters list by completing the registration form and your logo will be published on this page along with 200 characters of text explaining how your organisation is supporting the day.

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Total Safer Internet Day Supporters

237
  • 167
    School/college
  • 20
    Charity/youth
  • 16
    Business
  • 9
    Government
  • 7
    Police
  • 18
    Other
  • AL Alrisalah School Our digital leaders will conduct a whole school assembly to raise awareness of safer internet browsing and sharing Tips and advice with students, parents and staff at our school.
  • The Industry Trust We'll be supporting Safer Internet Day with the release of an animation highlighting the threat Malware & Virus (gained by downloading pirated material) pose to young people, aided with social support
  • 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.
  • The Quest School The Quest School will be teaching the pupils how to stay safe on the internet and will provide them with strategies of reporting issues to the adults around them.
  • Dorset Police Dorset Police Safe Schools and Communities Team will be working across schools in Dorset on Safer Internet Day to educate children and young people about Online Safety
  • Tarporley C of E Primary E-Cadet pupils will run class activities on safe usership. We complete half-termly Internet safety activities with the e-Cadets organisation.
  • Southam College Special assemblies and tutor period tasks to think about online safety and sexting
  • Stanburn Primary School We will be running a series of events for pupils and parents, bringing in industry professionals and promoting the ideas of safe and respectful use of digital devices.
  • Holtsmere End Infant and Nursery School We will have an eSafety assembly around the SMART rules and design an eSafety poster competition. The winner will be displayed in classrooms and on the school website.
  • Catshill Learning Partnerships For Safer Internet Day we will be running workshops for pupils, teachers and parents in schools across the UK and also handing out results of our national survey of internet use for which 19,0000 children took part.
  • Smoothwall On SID we will be hosting a variety of online safety workshops at a school to educate students, staff and parents about online safety.
  • The Well Minds Project We will be using our social media to promote safe use of the internet and social media and promote ways to use digital for good.
  • United Learning We'll hold a number of special assemblies via a Skype web conference, with children from all over country coming together to share advice and experiences for safe and responsible internet use.
  • Ysgol Bro Gwaun For SID 2018 we will be running a series of lessons to promote the key ideas of Internet Safety.
  • Bartley Green School Year group assemblies, time in lessons/ form times to reflect on the focus of a safer internet across the school and information shared via Twitter.
  • Safeguarding Today Ltd For SID 2018 Safeguarding Today will work in Greater Manchester with our partner organisations speaking directly to young people, with professionals and with parents and carers to improve knowledge.
  • Finham Primary School As a whole school we will be learning about the different ways we can take steps to protect our identity online. Also, we will be learning what potential dangers there are socially and financially.
  • Ravenhurst Primary School We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day with an assembly and an e-safety focus during IT and PSHE lessons.
  • Roundwood Park School We will be running a series of assemblies to all year groups and tailoring our thought for the week and registration periods around eSafety.
  • Mountford Manor Primary School Parental Meeting, assembly, computer work and discussions. We are also offering a workshop for parents to bring along devices to have security and settings checked and installed.
  • Clifton College Pre Preparatory School We will be raising awareness through a week long programme of age appropriate activities, assemblies and parent workshops.
  • Boys & Girls Clubs During Internet Safety Day we will be promoting online safety with as many young people, parents and friends of Boys & Girls Clubs as we can, using social media.
  • South Yorkshire Police We will be promoting safer internet messages to our communities.
  • St Matthew's Catholic Primary School Liverpool We will be running a week long program of Internet Safety activities involving our whole school community.
  • 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'
  • Edinburgh College Through a project based learning approach Core and Essential groups at Edinburgh College will raise awareness of Online safety.
  • Bolton College Safer Internet Day Ambassadors will be walking around college talking to students and supporting them with their internet activities. Videos with captions will be displayed on screens around campus.
  • Air-IT Ltd Air-IT will be using social media networks to raise awareness of safer internet browsing, sharing Technology Tom's Tech Tips and giving out advice for organisations and individuals.
  • Marple Sixth Form College For SID 2018 student digital leaders will be promoting safe internet use and there will be a range of activities in tutorials to increase awareness.
  • North Lanarkshire Council - Youth Work North Lanarkshire Council's Youth Work Service is working with a range of local partners to promote Safer Internet Day 2018 and engage young people by delivering the key messages.