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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
  • Church Hill Primary School Safer internet day will be part of a week of activities based around keeping safe on the Internet. On Safer Internet day itself there will be an assembly and activities in class.
  • Orbit Ask partners to join as SID supporters, internal campaign for employees to raise awareness of making the internet safer for children and social media campaign for customers & stakeholders.
  • The Child Hub We will promote the Safer Internet Day through an infographic on tips for keeping children safe online and encourage digital resilience across all our social media platforms.
  • Northern Ireland Commissioner for Children and Young People (NICCY) We will be supporting and promoting SID on our social media and have provided a quote for the official press release.
  • The Peterborough School The Peterborough School community will be creating, connecting and sharing the Internet Safety message in tutor groups and by hosting a Cyber Safety Festival with a Parent Information evening.
  • Together Trust To mark Safer Internet Day 2018 we'll be sharing information and tips with parents through blog posts and social media as well as holding assemblies for the students in our specialist schools.
  • The Pony Club The Pony Club is an organisation for young people. We will be supporting the campaign on social media
  • St. Columba's College, Portaferry We will be having Assembly on the morning of Safer Internet Day and some lessons and activities throughout the week using the activities provided. We will highlight the issue via facebook.
  • Millfield Primary School For Safer Internet Day we will be raising awareness of how to keep ourselves safe online. All children will be completing activities throughout the day and these will be shared with our parents.
  • VeeLoop VeeLoop will promote Safer Internet Day by promoting the day, related activities and resources on our social media channels. We will keep sharing content about online safety with our community.
  • St Andrew's, Eastbourne Whole school awareness through tutor groups and sections promoting 'Create, connect and show respect', using the fantastic resources. We will also have a whole school assembly.
  • Haydon Wick Primary School All classes will do their own lessons and we have a really fun/inspirational whole school activity. We are working with our parents to ensure that their internet at home is as safe as at school.
  • St Bernadette Catholic Secondary School Assemblies, Form-Time Activities, PSHE Lessons, Play Your Part Day, School Newsletter
  • Hazelmere Junior School We have a whole school day 'off timetable'. We are kicking it off with an assembly where our Digital Leaders will be using one of the drama scripts to deliver a short play. Activities from SID2018
  • turn IT On Turn IT on consultants will be running lessons and assemblies across many of our schools to spread the Safer Internet Day message.
  • St Joan of Arc School We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day by having assemblies, quizzes and poster competitions. The Digital Leaders will have a prominent role in leading this initiative.
  • TalkTalk We are aligning activity with our partner Internet Matters for greater impact. Through social channels we hope to gain maximum exposure for the campaign.
  • Rossmar School We will make a 'stay safe online' movie improving on the one we did last year. We will include the use of other methods such as clay model filming.
  • The Walt Disney Company This Safer Internet Day we will continue to support the efforts of the Safer Internet Centre via our social channels, with the support of the stars of our Disney Channel shows
  • The Breck Foundation As Safer Internet Day is on 6th February, join us any day in February for a NoTech4Breck Day to raise awareness and educate about online safety using Breck’s very real story
  • Broadway Junior School Children will be watching CEOP videos and discussing how to be safe on the internet, answer quiz questions and designing posters to display around our school.
  • Ormiston Bolingbroke Academy Starter activities in every lesson, assemblies to all year groups throughout the week and a project day for students in year 7 - 10 to educate them about safer internet use.
  • Equifax Ltd Equifax has teamed up with Young Enterprise to conduct a series of radio interviews that will focus on how parents must regulate their children’s use of the internet to ensure they stay safe online.
  • The Elton High School Internet safety assemblies for all Year groups.
  • Leigham Primary School Whole school assemblies for both key stages followed by SID lessons in class.
  • The Source The Source will be celebrating Safer Internet Day by raising awareness of 'life online' topics such as information sharing, cyberbullying, fake-news and looking after our emotional health while online
  • St. Nicholas’ PS Class discussions, lessons, games, involving parents through jigsaw activity, pupil council and whole school activities.
  • Oath Oath is proud to sponsor the Safer Internet Day education packs and help raise awareness of online safety across its brands.
  • Rotherham United Community Sports Trust We will be inviting the google bus along to stadium so that fans can take part in short workshops. Therefore will be an article in the match day programme, messages on the big screens at the match.
  • The Arnewood School All years are taking part in age appropriate activities during their tutor times and our Digital Leaders will be running activities at lunchtime & breaks.