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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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  • British Council Our LearnEnglish websites will be working with our Child Protection team to ensure our global audience of teachers and learners have access to online materials and lesson plans about online safety.
  • St John's C of E Primary School Our online safety pupil taskforce will lead 2 assemblies (KS1 and KS2), launch a competition and will lead the way of all our pupils completing a survey and quiz. All shared in parent newsletter!
  • Ashington Academy Morning tutor time activities Safe internet lessons Afternoon PSHE Safer internet lesson Assemblies Poster competition
  • The Reward Foundation The Reward Foundation is promoting Safer Internet Day through a story in ‘Rewarding News’ which goes out on 4 February and via our Twitter feed @brain_love_sex. Raising awareness of the harms of porn.
  • Scarborough TEC Displaying on our Smart Screens in our libraries, posted on our Social Media news feeds and VLE.
  • Sturminster Newton High School This Safer Internet Day we want to empower our students to have a positive time online and use this resource in a safe and effective way understanding how to report any concerns they may have.
  • Kent County Council Kent County Council will be promoting Safer Internet Day with our schools, colleges & early years settings. We will be sharing key messages with parents/carers, children, young people & staff.
  • Clifton College Pre Preparatory School We will be raising awareness through a week long programme of age appropriate activities, assemblies and parent workshops.
  • Our Lady and St Patrick’s College, Knock On #SaferInternetDay our Digital Mentors will deliver Online Safety Assemblies to all year groups in school.
  • Hasland Junior School assembly children performing a play jigsaw pledge activities quiz homework on online safety
  • Baines School Assemblies, form time and parental/carer information.
  • Westhaven School Holding an assembly and share information with parents and students.
  • Wychwood School, Oxford The girls will be carrying out a number of activities for Safer Internet Day including creating a Digital Code of Conduct and attempting a 'Digital Detox'.
  • Abbey College, Ramsey We plan to promote digital well-being across school in form time on Tuesday. As well as a reminder of how to stay safe, we’ll reflect on using social media for good with a focus on well-being.
  • The Premier Academy This year our children in Nursery through to Year 6 will take part in a range of activities focusing on respecting one another and treating each other with kindness, both online and offline.
  • International Community School of London Our MYP4s students (year 10 students) will be leading online safety workshops during 2 hours for the rest of the students in secondary. And the school will offer an online safety session for the parents.
  • Donhead Preparatory School We will be discussing SID during form time and in Computing lessons. We will tweet about our events and we will send information home to parents about SID and online safety in general.
  • VCP VCP is promoting safer internet day though a whole school assembly and their digital leaders!
  • Hetton Lyons Primary School Whole school focus on safe online activity. We will encourage our children to use social media safely and respectfully.
  • Northgate High School Assemblies Tutorial period lessons Posters Mobile phone Detox Day Letter to parents Social Media Task Group * Pupil focus group
  • Google UK Home page promotion with safety messaging.
  • Seaton Sluice Middle School Our E-Safety Ambassadors will be holding a whole school assembly on Safer Internet day. Form classes will then be taking part in different SID activities.
  • Symantec A Symantec team of employees will be volunteering in local schools how to stay safe on line to pupils and teachers
  • Outstream Consulting We're visiting schools, talking to teachers, pupils and leaders about online safety. We're debating with primary pupils "What is a friend online?". We're having interesting talks about data/GDPR with leaders too!
  • North London Collegiate Junior School Our Digital Leaders are hosting an assembly and leading activities in their forms about being respectful online. Pupils from Y3-6 will design a puzzle piece to be entered into a contest and displayed.
  • NAHT School leaders' union NAHT is highlighting Safer Internet Day to school leaders as a good opportunity to help create a better and safer online community.
  • County in the Community We’re going to promote SID 2018 through our Premier League Kicks sessions and primary school lessons. Speaking to the young people around the dangers of using the internet incorrectly.
  • Ysgol T Gwynn Jones We will be using the resources online to teach a lesson in Year Groups Reception to Year 2.
  • Wallace Prep Reflecting on ways to keep ourselves safe when using the Internet.
  • Bare Trees Primary School We are creating a shared display based around digital footprint left behind when we create, connect or share. We are looking at what positive/negative digital footprint may look like in the future.