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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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  • Computer Fitness Internet security posts
  • Ysgol Gynradd Rhydypennau Class based activities Police - e-safety workshop
  • St Oswald's Catholic Primary School, Longton We will be having a safer internet focus all week with our Online Safety Mascot OSBOT. Our digital leaders will also run some competitions and design posters to be displayed around school.
  • Pulse Cloud Solutions Will be providing top tips for staying safe online tomorrow - providing a pulse for the internet
  • Kent Community Learning and Skills part of KCC Raising awareness with learners and staff through email broadcasts, the education packs and sharing links and tips.
  • Longstone Primary School Longstone Primary School pupils will be working together to create greater awareness of internet safety, and learning how to manage our online lives.
  • Ashfield Park Primary School We are dedicating the afternoon to safer internet and our place in the online world
  • Micklefield School There will be about 270 children and 30 teachers, with a whole school assembly and everyone making a pledge.
  • St Aidan's Church of England Primary School We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day through starting the day with an eSafety assembly followed by age related activities in each class. This will involve making posters, drama and film making.
  • Bradway Primary School Every year we celebrate safer internet day. We will deliver assemblies and teach children about issues relating to online safety so we can all Create, Connect and Share Respect.
  • Scottish Government The Scottish Government will promote SID through social media and work with partners to identify activities to support SID in Scotland
  • Ysgol Ciliau Parc School We have discussing how important it is to use respectful language on-line.
  • Wales Pre-School Providers Association Wales PPA is committed to tackling digital exclusion in Wales & is proud to be accredited to Digital Communities Wales. We will be supporting by sharing with our members via social media etc.
  • Video Standards Council Ratings Board We shall be promoting SID via our Facebook/Twitter accounts and on our website which reaches out mostly to parents and educators though it is also accessed by many other groups and organisations.
  • Dunsford Community Academy Lesson plans for 5-7 and lesson plans for 7-11 delivered to Years 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6
  • Whitby Heath Primary School We will be having an assembly, Internet Safety lessons in all year groups and also a poster competition for all children to take part in.
  • Our Lady Queen of Peace Primary School Taking part in an assembly, Our Digital Leaders will be holding activities in their classrooms and we will have a parents workshop with the NSPCC
  • Rodbourne Cheney Primary School We will be celebrating by taking part in lots of exciting Online Safety activities in school as well as distributing useful Online Safety information to our families and the wider community.
  • Wolverhampton Voluntary Sector Council We will be joining the Thunderclap, circulating information about Safer Internet Day and sharing SID resources to all 500+ voluntary and community groups we support
  • Valley Primary School All pupils will be off timetable for the day so they can take part in a range of exciting Safer Internet Day activities.
  • Stocksfield Avenue Primary School As a group of School Academies, we are making jigsaws across 8 schools to feature 8 main issues on the SWGL site. We are also watching an internet safety play and experiences workshops from Yr 3 to 6.
  • Newham college of Further Education Delivering workshops Providing access to Safer Internet resources
  • The Pilgrim School We will be holding an e-safety workshop for our parents and carers. There will be an e-safety worship led by our digital leaders and our ICT coordinator will be running online safety INSET for staff
  • Y Pant School Assemblies and Thought for the Week activities
  • Bexley Libraries Bexley Libraries will be offering 4x1hour bookable sessions at Welling, Sidcup, Crayford and Thamesmead. Staff will be giving advice to parents of how they can keep their children safe online
  • Woodfield Primary School Woodfield Primary School are having a Safer Internet Day 2018 and we are inviting parents/ carers to join their children for in-class sessions exploring how they can keep safe online.
  • Bill Plant Driving School On SID, Bill Plant Driving School launched their Behaviour and Harassment policy and asked our driving instructors to discuss Online Safety with their teenage pupils during driving lessons that day
  • Headington School Student led promotion to stay off social media for one day (or more) during Lent. To also PAUSE & THINK before any social media post is made.
  • Castlefort JMI Primary School We will be having a whole school "Safer Internet Day". Each class will take on their own task and presenting their work to the rest of the school.
  • Downsell Primary School We will be holding a morning assembly for all the children and parents will be receiving an internet safety workshop. Pupils will create videos explaining about internet safety and designing posters.