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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
  • 138
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  • 137
  • Woking High School We will be celebrating positive uses of the internet across the school to promote appropriate role models. This will be through assemblies, in lesson times and as a competition run by student mentors.
  • Warkworth C of E Primary School We are hoping to incorporate Safer Internet Day into a week of Computing activities from Reception to Year 4.
  • Hillcrest Primary SChool Whole school activities thinking about being good online citizens
  • Walsall Council Information Services Working within schools to share the online safety message to parents and children throughout the day.
  • Northumbria Police Launching Cyber Volunteer scheme, which will help protect the public from internet-related crime. We’re hosting an event on 7 Feb for local businesses, making them aware of the risks of online crime.
  • 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!
  • Scottish Qualifications Authority We'll be producing a series of top-tips for staying safe online, as well as guidance on how best to protect your data.
  • Symantec A Symantec team of employees will be volunteering in local schools how to stay safe on line to pupils and teachers
  • St Vincent's Catholic Primary School We are doing assemblies, having outside speakers and using lots of the SID2018 activities throughout the day.
  • Aberdeenshire Trading Standards We will be making people aware of how to keep safe on the internet , especially vulnerable people and young people.
  • Holy Trinity Primary School Belfast A fortnight of planned lessons in each year group, assembly and videos. Entering the c2k competition
  • Hollymount School Assembly and highlighting Safer iNternet Day all week during Computing and other lessons Lessons
  • Ysgol Gynradd Rhydypennau Class based activities Police - e-safety workshop
  • St Mary's Primary School Dunamore Assembly Watching sid tv
  • Brentford Football Club Promoting via our Website, Social Media outlets, through our Community Sports Trust with a promotional piece to be included in our Match Day programme on 10th February.
  • Ballywalter Primary School We are having class presentations and activities to promote safe internet usage for all pupils.
  • Castle Wood Academy We will: Teach our children how to stay safe online Share resources with parents about how to keep their children safe online. Produce displays on how to stay safe on the internet.
  • Sandside Lodge School Sandside Lodge School will be celebrating Safer Internet Day, by taking part in a variety of activities, games and also making stay safe videos.
  • Duncan Forbes Primary School We will be offering our learners opportunities raise their awareness of internet and online safety through activities.
  • RM Education RM Education will be supporting Safer Internet Day by sharing video content and resources via social media.
  • Holy Trinity School The children at Holy Trinity will be taking part in classroom activities, learning how to stay safe online.
  • John Emmerson Batty Primary School Assembly followed by competition to design a persuasive widget encouraging safe use of the internet. these can then be posted on our website, Twitter and Facebook pages and displayed around school.
  • Middlesbrough College We are having a stall on our street with awareness videos in the background access to for students and answering any questions or concerns, plus a quiz and free cup cakes
  • Telscombe Cliffs Primary School We will be holding assemblies on SID and our Digital Leaders will be creating posters to put up around the school to create awareness about online safety, as well as class sessions around SID!
  • Knop Law Primary School Here at Knop Law Primary School, we promote & celebrate being informed and aware digital citizens. We will be having a showcase assembly for pupils/staff & a workshop for parents.
  • 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.
  • The Diana Award We'll be promoting online safety tips on social media, sharing #SID2018 resources, as well as running a livestream from one of our Anti-Bullying training events and taking our #BeNiceBus on tour.
  • Highwood Primary School We will be talking to the children about the use of the internet and providing them time to try KS1 Hectors World and in KS2 using other safety on the web games etc.. The children can produce posters.
  • Dickens Heath Community Primary School At DHCPS we will be starting the week with a whole school assembly on the theme of create, connect and share respect. Our digital leaders will lead follow up activities back in their classrooms.
  • BIRCHGROVE COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL Our school is proud to be promoting Safer Internet Day 2018 by arranging a host of activities throughout the day for students to get involved in, including the Safer Internet Day Competition