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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
  • South Shore Academy We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day through tasks in Computer Science, PSHE, Form time and assemblies.
  • Ladygrove Park Primary School Carrying out e-safety lessons across the entire school
  • Catsfield Church of England Primary School We are holding a special assembly about the importance of staying safe online, being respectful & staying positive. We will have lots of activities including: drama, debates, making pledges & posters.
  • 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!
  • Trafalgar Junior School Assemblies, activities and workshops for parent and children!
  • Parson Street Primary School We will be running Online Safety sessions across the school to ensure the children have an up to date understanding of how to keep themselves safe online.
  • Ballywalter Primary School We are having class presentations and activities to promote safe internet usage for all pupils.
  • The Shrubberies School Students will be carrying out activities
  • Gomersal St. Mary's CE(C) Primary School We will be working with all our children to further raise their awareness of online safety.
  • Copp Great Eccleston Copp CE Primary School Lancashire As always Copp CE school will be partaking in Safer Internet Day. We will be hosting a carousel of activities across school!
  • 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
  • St. Martin's Primary Informative and engaging learning sessions within stages alongside family learning events
  • St Oswalds RC Primary School, Coppull We are celebrating SID 2018 throughout the day using the interactive activities suggested.
  • Bristol IT Company Raising awareness of computer and internet security through the use of appropriate hardware/software solutions, using our Twitter channel and email newsletters to inform and educate
  • Queen Elizabeth High School, Carmarthen All pupils will be making a pledge on how to be safe online. Digital Champions will be distributing Internet Safety day stickers and holding special workshops on how to be safe online.
  • Oakmeadow Primary School Holding key stage assemblies, then completing the lesson activities as well as some of the jigsaw pieces for social media
  • Christopher Rawlins CE Primary School From FS to Year 6, we will be making a mural of the puzzle pieces created by each child, showing how our activity on line and the way we treat each other affects ourselves, our community and beyond.
  • Oldham Athletic Community Trust On our match day we are going to make all our activities all about safer internet day, it will also appear in the programme and on our website.
  • St. John’s college cardiff Assembly and using resources for lessons throughout January and February regarding internet safety
  • LeanOnUs LeanOnUs will be sharing various resources for children and young adults that touch on internet safety, health and wellbeing and providing tips on how to deal with issues that may arrise.
  • Penwortham Primary School Workshop for parents
  • Holy Family PS Safer Internet Day Assembly, Poster competition, stop motion movie
  • The Federation of Abbey Infant and Junior School Supporting the SMART message (Safe, Meeting, Acceptable, Reliable, Tell) along with NSPCC resources and wider e-safety messages for older pupils. Assemblies, workshops and videos.
  • Crick Primary School Crick Primary will be working together to make a better internet by creating, connecting and showing respect online
  • Shetland College UHI Sharing information on our social media, through our student/staff bulletin and information boards in College.
  • Ferndown Upper School Assemblies throughout the week. Discussions in tutor time to promote awareness of how to be safer online.
  • Penygloddfa School Assemblies, lessons in class, workshop for parents run by children.
  • Clermiston Primary School As well as engaging fully in the online resources, we will be inviting parents to a child-led workshop organised in collaboration with our P7s and our young Digital Leaders.
  • Parmiter's School This week, we have invited as many staff as possible to discuss with the students how they act online safely and responsibly. In lessons, form time or even around school at break or lunch.
  • Langley Green Primary School We will be working with other schools in our area to make a short film. We will also have a special assembly and complete the Safer Internet Day activities in our classrooms.