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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
  • Caludon Castle Students will be undertaking activities in tutor time on the week and talking about e-safety in their year group assemblies
  • Highgate Primary Academy We will have a whole school assembly to introduce Safer Internet Day and then individual lessons in each class that will allow the children time to explore the issues.
  • Ratton School Tutor time activity using this year's quiz and targeted work in ICT lessons.
  • Emmaus Primary School We will explore this year's theme through e-cadet assemblies, class quizzes & activities, parent info meetings, competitions & visits to Goodison Park and Anfield Stadium for online safety workshops.
  • NCI Technologies Here at NCI Technologies we will be tweeting and spreading the word about Safer Internet Day 2018 to all our friends and followers!
  • BPI supporting via social media
  • Drove primAry school We are holding workshops. Assemblies and completing activities across the school
  • St Edward's Catholic Primary We want to explore who and how we can trust one another online. Children in Year 5 and 6 will look at strategies to keep safe and trustworthy online.
  • Youth Commission Hants & IOW We are holding an evaluation event for our cyber ambassadors! We have trained 140 young people in primary and secondary schools to be cyber ambassadors and will be hearing about their experiences
  • St Joseph's RC Primary School We will be celebrating the positive power of the internet and the importance of how to stay safe online.
  • The Academy of Cuxton Schools Every child at The Academy of Cuxton Schools is going to write a pledge to show how they can unite for a better internet. These pledges will be displayed in our computing suite to show all children!
  • 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.
  • Stedham Primary School We are spending the whole day revisiting what we have previously learned about online safety, using the materials from the UK Safer Internet Centre and we are also involving parents with a workshop.
  • CGI We will be promoting the day to all our 5500 members and encouraging them to speak to their local schools and community groups about the advice and materials available from the Safer Internet Centre.
  • New Era Education Ltd New Era will be supporting teachers with their e-Safety lessons by providing training and advice to our customers and local schools throughout the country.
  • Breadalbane Academy All secondary students will be taking part in lessons to help promote safe and responsible use of social media.
  • Rossett School Whole school assemblies School council led info sessions Staff training
  • East Bergholt High School For SID 2018 our e-safety Champions will be presenting assemblies to all year groups in school and we will be completing activities in citizenship time with form tutors.
  • Parkway Primary School We are involved in activities throughout the week of the 6th in regards to posting online safely. We are also holding a parent workshop about keeping their children safe online.
  • Lodge Park Academy Lodge Park Academy will be supporting Safer Internet Day with whole form activities and in-house assemblies.
  • St Thomas of Canterbury School We will be having a whole school assembly and children will complete activities throughout the day to be shared with the school community.
  • The White Horse Federation We will be supporting our schools to help keep children safe online. Look out for what our schools do on their social media feeds!
  • AFC BOurnemouth The AFC Bournemouth Community Sports Trust will be delivering safer internet (Connect with care lessons) at a number of local primary schools in Bournemouth, and will coincide with a player appearance
  • Red Balloon Learner Centre Group We are incorporating online safety into our PSHE sessions and student meetings across the week to help our students identify how to stay safe online and to know where to go for help and advice
  • Hillside Community Primary School Our daywill begin with a whole school assembly. Each year group will then go off with a task to make our school a safer place on the internet. We will then come back together and share our ideas!
  • Castell Alun High School Safer Internet Day themed lessons and assemblies. Also rerunning the Safer Internet Meme competition due to it's popularity last year!
  • 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.
  • Sir Joseph Williamson's Mathematical School The school will be undertaking a series of activities aimed at increasing awareness of safe use of the Internet in tutorials. This will be backed up by assemblies on the theme during the week.
  • Long Furlong Primary School For Safer Internet Day our pupils will create video clips sharing tips about online safety
  • Department for Education Department for Education ministers will support the day and the department will promote via its social media channels.