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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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  • St. Luke's Halsall CE Primary We will be holding assemblies for KS1 and KS2 on the importance of staying safe online as well as taking part in exciting and informative E-safety lessons!
  • Staines Preparatory School Staines Preparatory School has incorporated Safer Internet Day into every pupils' lessons. Further more we are holding Internet Safety Workshops for parents at 6pm.
  • Hasland Junior School assembly children performing a play jigsaw pledge activities quiz homework on online safety
  • Redstone Academy We truly understand the benefits and dangers of the Internet. That's why we are supporting Safer Internet Day! A special Assembly first thing Monday morning to ensure maximum awareness!
  • Affinity Fostering Social media awareness.
  • Nacro We will be designing our own posters.
  • Dudley Lodge Creating notice board in our two assessment centres. Sending out E-shot to staff, doing awareness sessions with parents, writing a news article for our website.
  • 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.
  • St. Anthony's Primary School, Craigavon We will be holding a series of events throughout the week including assemblies, various interactive lessons and parent workshops.
  • Great Baddow High School For Safer Internet Day we will be delivering assemblies, spreading the word in school and in the community.
  • Bidston Avenue Primary School Safer Internet Day assemblies using Play, Like, Share resources. Changed blog profile pictures to an image relating to SID. Letters home giving advice on how to help children stay safe online.
  • Copp Great Eccleston Copp CE Primary School Lancashire As always Copp CE school will be partaking in Safer Internet Day. We will be hosting a carousel of activities across school!
  • Long Furlong Primary School For Safer Internet Day our pupils will create video clips sharing tips about online safety
  • St. John’s Upper Holloway A parent assembly delivered by the children plus lessons using resources on the website. We also have phone company 3 coming in to do esafety workshops.
  • Foreland Fields School We will be running a sequence of assemblies and special lessons and activities across the whole school.
  • Actionwork Worldwide Ltd. Actionwork Worldwide Ltd. is celebrating Safer Internet Day by spreading a message of e-safety & the prevention of cyber-bullying through theatre, workshops & roadshows all over the United Kingdom.
  • Bank View High School Bank View will be hosting a coffee morning for parents as well as undertaking a range of fun and interesting activities to equip our youngsters with the tools to keep them safe whilst on the Internet.
  • The Ferns Primary Academy We are hosting a internet café, where pupils can share their internet profiles with their parents in a safe environment. There will be activities throughout the day!
  • Devon and Cornwall OPCC We are supporting Safer Internet Day by raising awareness about what people can do to stay safe online.
  • Brookfield School Working with our pupils to encourage safe Internet usage
  • mayville high school activites about safer internet
  • emPSN emPSN will be celebrating Safer Internet Day by communicating with all our schools and encouraging them to follow and participate in the Create, Connect and Share Respect theme.
  • Kensington Avenue Primary School At KAPS we will be altering our usual lessons to facilitate special activities and assemblies run by the Digital leaders based around-Create,Connect and Share Respect-A better internet starts with you
  • St Joseph's R.C. Primary School It will be part of a Safer internet Week in school. Including assemblies, work within classes and links with parents.
  • Jack and Jill School and Clarence House School We are exploring our connections and talking about ways to make sure we are always kind online. We have produced some beautiful digital footprints, and have talked about who our trusted adults are.
  • Bolton Sixth Form College Tutorial activities, notices on the TV screens around the college. A display for all students to see in the college has been set up and there will be a range of activities taking place.
  • Mountford Manor Primary School Parental Meeting, assembly, computer work and discussions. We are also offering a workshop for parents to bring along devices to have security and settings checked and installed.
  • INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION, UNIVERSITY OF READING This year we are inviting our pre-service teachers to a mini online cyber-security challenge raising awareness of key topics & sharing educational resources they can use with their students.-
  • Llanishen Fach Primary School An awareness session for parents including a 'market place' of stalls covering PEGI ratings, Apps, Applying Parental settings for gaming platforms, broadband. Assemblies and workshops for all children
  • Maple Cross JMI We will be opening a debate on safe social media use including recommended ages for key platforms. We will also be asking, 'is it ok for your parents to share your photo on social media?'