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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
  • St Mary's Primary School Dunamore Assembly Watching sid tv
  • UK Youth We will promote Safer Internet Day to our network of youth organisations reaching over 840,000 young people
  • Royal Cross Primary School We will be having a week of assemblies and activities across school to promote personal safety online. We will also be involving parents and families in staying safe online.
  • Batley Grammar School We shall be holding a variety of assemblies, form time activities and displaying posters around the school.
  • Christleton International Studio As a technology focused school we passionately support students in maintaining their digital well being. For Safer Internet Day 2018 we will engage students with activities to deepen their understand.
  • Twitter Twitter will launch a custom-emoji to celebrate Safer Internet Day. The emoji is activated using the hashtags #SaferInternetDay and #SID2018. We'll also be supporting the work of safety partners.
  • Bramley Primary Children of Bramley Primary learn about how to stay safe, create, connect and share respect online.
  • estrada (eu) ltd we offer a free one hour talk session with q&a after at local schools explaining safest ways to use the internet & do's and dont's to stay safe when using the web.
  • Ravenhurst Primary School We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day with an assembly and an e-safety focus during IT and PSHE lessons.
  • St Joseph's Catholic Primary School St Joseph's will celebrate Safer Internet Day by having workshops for children and parents, assemblies and activities.
  • ST. FRANCIS CHILDRENS SOCIETY As an adoption agency, we will be using Safer Internet Day to share advice with adoptive families about staying safe online
  • ReputationDefender UK LTD ReputationDefender will be raising awareness through regular social posts, blog posts and newsletters. Internally, our team members will share the importance of Safer Internet Day.
  • Ottery St Mary Primary School We will be taking part in a range of Internet Safety activites. The children's work will then be added to our school website so that they can talk about internet safety with their families at home.
  • Rockwell C of E Primary School The whole school will be set the challenge of creating something to promote greater internet safety. E-Cadets will deliver an assembly to the school and offer guidance.
  • Freemantles School Freemantles will be partaking in a wide range of classroom activities and lessons across the school, as well as making internet safety a topic of focus for assemblies.
  • Buckingham Park CE Primary School Each class is using the materials provided through the Safer Internet Centre to undertake activities. This follows on from staff, parent and pupil workshops with ChildNet International in November 17.
  • Queens' School For Safer Internet Day we are providing students with a series of assemblies and activities to help make them aware of the dangers online and how to stay safe.
  • Eldon Primary School Internet safety teaching will be taking place across the school to accompany our computing curriculum. There will also be internet safety assemblies in each key stage.
  • No Hate Speech Movement (NHSM) - UK Section Public meeting & talks on SID, e-safety, online hate speech and counter & alternative narratives; launching today the No Hate Speech Movement (NHSM) UK social media pages; social media action all day.
  • Adventure Science We pledge to focus heavily on promoting our 'Cracking Comms' teaching module during the month of February in schools as well as making it our core subject on social media for Internet Safety Week.
  • The Reward Foundation The Reward Foundation is promoting Safer Internet Day through a story in ‘Rewarding News’ which goes out on 4 February and via our Twitter feed @brain_love_sex. Raising awareness of the harms of porn.
  • St Stephen’s School Online safety assembly by the digital leaders. Activities in each class
  • Balshaw's Church of England High School We will have - assemblies, lessons & activities for all using SID resources, tweets written by tutor groups, inter-house digital code of conduct challenge, promotion within school, website & Twitter
  • Peacehaven Heights Primary School We are holding assemblies on our Junior and Infant sites to raise awareness. We are also having circle times in classes (KS2) and running a poster/powerpoint competition across the school.
  • The Queen Anne Royal Free CE First School We, as a school community, are taking part in various activities to support Safer Internet Day on Tuesday 6th February 2018.
  • Bradford District Credit Union Bradford Credit Union has a ‘Digital Inclusion’ event to help you keep your & your children safe online plus advice on 'online only benefits' like Universal Credit.
  • Dimensions On safer internet day our #ImWithSam campaign will be giving evidence to a select committee around online hate targeting people with learning disabilities
  • Richard Cobden Primary School Richard Cobden Primary School will celebrate Safer Internet Day with online safety lessons in each class and two assemblies. Pupils trained as Digital Leaders will help deliver the lessons.
  • Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation (Pace) We'll be sharing information and resources for parents and carers to help them stay informed about what they can do to help their children stay safe online.
  • Nursery Hill Primary School We are planning lots of fun activities to raise awareness of how to stay safe online. This involves reading PenguinPig, writing e-safety stories and making penguin mascots.