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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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  • SchoolsComputing Highlighting the day through newsletters, social media and the OnSafe Conference 2018. During SID day and online safety week we will be running pupil, staff and parents meetings in schools.
  • HERNE BAY INFANT SCHOOL AND SEASHELLS NURSERY We are having a whole focus day of Safer Internet use. We wrote our own song about Safe Surfing on the Internet. The children will sing this in our Safer Internet Day Assembly.
  • 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.
  • Ilmington Primary School Our Online Safety Committee is leading a whole school assembly on how we can respectfully use the internet.
  • Whitehouse Common Primary School We will host a special assembly and work in our class groups throughout the week talking about how we can stay safe online.
  • The White House School We will be exploring internet safety and how to protect ourselves and respect others online. The school will be running special assemblies and the children will be taking part in a range of follow up activities.
  • Luton Town FC We will be sharing information on Safer Internet Day with our supporters via the club website, social media and the matchday programme when we play Exeter City on Saturday February 6th
  • Rising Stars, Hodder Education Group To celebrate Safer Internet Day 2018, Rising Stars are sending out a digital resource pack to UK schools who would like to build an eTeam of Digital Leaders within their school.
  • Elgin Academy Library workshops aimed at S1 and S2 pupils, with staff from a range of disciplines participating.
  • Coal Clough Academy We will be having a PSHE day focused on online safety with carousel workshops
  • Cardinal Hume Centre We will be running workshops on staying safe online for parents over this period, on various topics and will also promote internet safety tips on the day.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Castle Carrock We have held sessions across the school for safer internet day -including the creation of a special edition newsletter by our digital leaders...
  • St Gildas' Catholic Junior School Assembly for the whole school. Sessions in Computing all week.
  • Dunbar Grammar School We are planning to organise Internet safety quizzes during registration.Assemblies to raise awareness. Pupil ambassadors going to the primary schools/junior classes to teach mini lessons.
  • John Cross CE Primary School, Bilsborrow, Preston, Lancashire We are going to have a lot of fun - everyone in school is involved!
  • St Mary's Catholic Primary School Crewe St Mary's will be holding a whole school Safer Internet Day event on Tuesday 6th February 2018. We will hold assemblies led by our Digital Leaders as well as activities in class focused on e-Safety.
  • The Queen Anne Royal Free CE First School We are holding lots of e-safety activities all day in our school on Safer Internet Day. We will also be holding a special Safer Internet Day assembly.
  • St Matthew's CEVAP School All children will be thinking about keeping themselves safe online. For the older children they will be focussing the impact and permanence of what they post.
  • Drakies Primary Drakies are pairing up with another local school, Raigmore Primary School, to develop a school charter for E-Safety to work alongside our use of Chromebooks. All classes will also be taking part in internet safety activities.
  • Wainwright Primary Academy WPA are celebrating Safer Internet Day again this year and children will produce guidance on how to stay safe online.
  • Affinity Fostering Social media awareness.
  • Brimmond School A whole school focus for the day, lots of lessons and sharing across stages to highlight the key messages of Safer Internet Day 2018.
  • Blaze FM CIC - "Making Cyberspace a Better Place!" Blaze FM will be webcasting our Websafe Series which shows how people can use the Internet safely and without fear of exploitation. Blaze FM "Making Cyberspace a Better Place"
  • Chalkwell Hall Infants School Chalkwell Hall Infants will be celebrating Safer Internet Day through discussions and activities after an assembly to promote the importance of being safe while using the internet.
  • Regis Manor Primary School We will be learning how to respect the internet while still using it to expand our own horizons.
  • Havering Education Services Encouraging all schools/academies with whom we work to engage with SID2018. We promote SID2018 through meetings with school leaders and through our work using Switched on Online Safety.
  • The Winstanley School We will be teaching about and promoting how to stay safe online. We will be launching our new e-safety curriculum with our students and running competitions
  • Vinehall School We will be using Safer Internet Day resources throughout the week in Form times, PSHE lessons and assemblies. We'll also have a diary room for the pupils.