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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
  • Ysgol Rhostyllen On Safer Internet Day we will be participating in lots of different activities to encourage pupils to use the internet safely and wisely to help create a better internet for everyone.
  • Our Lady of the Angels Catholic Primary School We will be having a whole school Safer Internet Day where all the classes join together for an initial assembly and then we will participate in activities for the rest of the day.
  • Longley Park Sixth Form College Longley Park College will be engaged in a range of activities both in lessons, tutorials and across the College. These include students completing the SID quiz, assessing their online presence
  • Bramley Primary Children of Bramley Primary learn about how to stay safe, create, connect and share respect online.
  • 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.
  • Cyfarthfa High School Cyfarthfa High School is supporting SID 2018. Our aim is to improve our pupil’s digital well-being.
  • Beech Tree Education We are raising awareness amongst teachers and schools.
  • St Mary's PS, Killyleagh All children in our school will be completing Safer Internet Day online activities promoting awareness of how to stay safe online.
  • St Saviour's CE Primary School Classes will be creating videos to help advise others on how to prevent online bullying. We will share this video on social media and present it in a whole school assembly with Parents and Governors.
  • Ellington Infant School The children at Ellington Infant School will celebrate SID2018 with a whole school assembly. They will then enjoy activities that teach them about safe and responsible internet use.
  • South Grove Primary School South Grove Primary School will be off timetable for the day to promote the safe and responsible use of technology. We will take part in creative activities with Reception to Year 6.
  • Silks Farm Nursey School We are reading great books this week linked to internet safety suitable for young children. We are creating a kindness tree and compliment circles to promote kind thoughts of our Nursery friends.
  • 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.
  • The Well Minds Project We will be using our social media to promote safe use of the internet and social media and promote ways to use digital for good.
  • Milton Primary Academy Children will all complete a piece of class based work around this years theme.
  • Curry Rivel Primary School School assembly
  • Royal School Manchester SID will be promoted via activities and sessions throughout the day. Themed posters will be created to help our students understand and communicate what makes them feel safe and how to share respect.
  • Wilson's Endowed Church of England Primary School, Over Kellet We are passionate about providing our pupils with the best possible start in life. During the day we will be taking part in a SID Assembly, and enjoying lots of activities in the classrooms.
  • Durham County FA Durham County FA will be supporting and celebrating Safer Internet Day by sharing Best Practice with local Football Clubs about appropriate use of communication tools such as Social Media and Websites
  • St Thomas More Catholic Primary School All children and staff within our school will be talking about how we can share our respect for others online. We have got a variety of fun activities planned to get everybody involved!
  • Microsoft On SID 2018, Microsoft will again release new research which was gathered to gauge the attitudes and perceptions of teens and adults about the state of civility online today.
  • St Lawrence Primary Our school will be running a number of e-safety activities on this day, as well as an e-safety assembly for the whole school.
  • Exeter City Football Club We will be supporting by posting information on the club website and social media channels
  • Hope Support Services We will be promoting online safety on our social media pages and in youth sessions on Safer Internet day, as well as sharing information on how Young people can stay safe online.
  • Kirklees Safeguarding Children Board We are sharing messages via Twitter and our website today.
  • Bilton C of E Junior School We have Tweet Town performance coming to school to educate the children on cyber bullying. School Online Rangers are holding the quiz and teachers are using the activities presented.
  • Information Security for London ISfL will be raising awareness of Safer Internet Day not only on its own website, but also via its own membership who represent the wider public sector in London.
  • Windmill and Low Road Music Federation There will be a range of activities across both schools. We will be discussing, designing, debating and learning all about what it takes to be safe online and make the most of the internet.
  • Hindsford CE primary school Pupil E-safety officers will be sharing their knowledge through peer to peer teaching in every class. Each child will be taking part in activities throughout the day provided by our E-safety officers.
  • Social4Learning Ltd We manage social media for several school/academies, so we are adding content based on safer internet usage by young people so that they remain safe and use it appropriately.