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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
  • University of Oxford We will be teaming up with the department of computer science and doing a Facebook LIVE about the importance of cyber security with Dr Jason Nurse
  • South Petherwin School South Petherwin's digital leaders will be sharing tips on how to stay safe online with our children and families.
  • Our Lady of Good Help Catholic Primary School Each year group is taking part in activities which are age appropriate. To ensure that all children know how to stay safe online and to be able to share ideas with their families.
  • 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.
  • Greenfield School Assembly for Lower and Upper School
  • Burley and Woodhead CE Primary School Members of the local police will make a presentation about online safety. We are designing posters. We have promoted online safety messages to parents on our website and in our newsletter.
  • Aberbargoed Primary Throughout the week pupils will experience a range of activities and experiences that promote the development of responsible use of online tools; assemblies, lessons and home learning tasks.
  • Knightsridge Primary School Raising awareness throughout the school of how we can stay safe online and how to make the right choices.
  • CEOP EDUCATION TEAM For #SID2018 we have produced a new education package for professionals called #LiveSkills, and will be promoting the resource to be delivered to primary and secondary-aged children
  • The Grammar School at Leeds A number of assemblies are being carried out across the school. There is some form group work in order to support this year's slogan.
  • West Sussex County Council We will support SID 18 by promoting Online Safety amongst our communities via local events and resources.
  • Bridgewater High School For SID 2018 we will have assemblies on esafety, quizzes, PSHE delivery, parental magazines, information on school website and app.
  • Romanby Primary school We aim to record safety messages on imovie to end home via marvelous me to parents. We aim to have role play sessions, create rules o be safe online. A few chn are going to host a whole school assembly.
  • Moorhouse Primary School Whole School Assembly Class- based workshops Social Media to reach parents
  • Welton Primary School Our school will be off timetable, looking at the SMART rules and how to build and maintain safe online relationships.
  • OneTeamLogic We will be engaging in a social media campaign to share useful advice and ask our customers how they encourage pupils to use the internet safely. We will also feature the day in our blog.
  • Mayfield School and College We will be taking part in Safer Internet Day 2018 by running a variety of different activities over that day, but also exploring internet safety over the whole week.
  • Cyfarthfa High School Cyfarthfa High School is supporting SID 2018. Our aim is to improve our pupil’s digital well-being.
  • Learndirect Cinderford Open day to explain to parents about how to keep safe on the internet and how to keep their children safe
  • Rainbow's End Pre-School We will be telling the children about the importance of being safe whilst on the internet.
  • birmingham city council We will be tweeting from our Trading Standards account and retweeting from our corporate Twitter account
  • Cornwall Council - Education and Early Years Service We will be promoting safe internet practice to schools and education settings via our social media channels.
  • Bridge & Patrixbourne CEP School We will be holding Safer Internet Day assemblies, running Online Safety Workshops for all children which will be run by our Year 6 children and holding parent sessions after school
  • Thrybergh Academy & Sports College We will be delivering assemblies, form time tasks and activities based on the 2018 theme 'Create, Connect and Share Respect: A better internet starts with you”.
  • Leicester City FC Community Trust As part of national programme PL Primary Stars, Leicester City Community Trust will be delivering,1 hour e-safety workshops across partner primary schools in Leicester & Leicestershire
  • Ballymena Primary School We will have an assembly presentation and chosen activities for each class to promote safe internet usage for children of all ages.
  • Oath Oath is proud to sponsor the Safer Internet Day education packs and help raise awareness of online safety across its brands.
  • One Advice Group We will promote Safer Internet Day on our social channels with a focus on managing money safely online. We will also engage our colleagues by asking them to consider how their data is used on the web.
  • Boundary Primary School We will be learning about different ways we can stay safe online, creating our Digital Citizen pledges and encouraging children and parents to engage with the Internet Safely!
  • Notre Dame High School We will be spending time in form looking at how to stay safe online and getting students to reflect on the dangers of social media and the impact it has on their lives.