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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
  • Forncett St Peter CEVA Primary School We will be holding a special assembly along with a series of activities in each class to raise awareness. We will also send information home to parents and carers too.
  • Park Lane Primary & Nursery School Park Lane will be creating pledges to promise to be more responsible and respectful internet users from our youngest Nursery children right up to Year 6. Together we will keep our children safe.
  • Wilmslow Grange Community Primary School We will be starting our week with a whole school assembly then completing a range of activities in class linked to our e-safety curriculum and the Safer Internet Day theme.
  • Stanchester Academy Assembly for each year group on Safer Internet Day and linked activities in Guidance Time.
  • Breadalbane Academy All secondary students will be taking part in lessons to help promote safe and responsible use of social media.
  • Fortrose Academy S1/2 discussing digital wellbeing in Lifeskills. Doing quizzes, activities and thinking about how to manage their online wellbeing. Tips in morning announcements and facebook share.
  • Langley Green Primary School We will be working with other schools in our area to make a short film. We will also have a special assembly and complete the Safer Internet Day activities in our classrooms.
  • Sladefield Infant School At Sladefield we educate the youngest children in our community, it is essential, that children learn how to keep safe on the internet. We are committed to keeping children safe online.
  • Cyfarthfa High School Cyfarthfa High School is supporting SID 2018. Our aim is to improve our pupil’s digital well-being.
  • Ysgol Eirias With Assembly, followed by registration activities and who school access to our Student Digital Leader Team to discuss security settings on devices. Digital Leaders will then meet parents later.
  • Kent County Council Kent County Council will be promoting Safer Internet Day with our schools, colleges & early years settings. We will be sharing key messages with parents/carers, children, young people & staff.
  • StayPrivate We will be producing a guide for parents and children on how to communicate online.
  • Northgate High School Assemblies Tutorial period lessons Posters Mobile phone Detox Day Letter to parents Social Media Task Group * Pupil focus group
  • St John's College For SID we will be holding a series of assemblies for parents and children, highlighting the importance of being safe online.
  • Altmore Infant School Safer Internet Day assemblies for all year groups and online safety workshops for every KS1 class.
  • Ghyllside Primary School Whole school assembly and Safer Internet Competition
  • Atlas Academy Children are going to complete drama based on their experiences. Children to be split into groups to disucss their thoughts and feelings about being online.
  • morecambe fc community sports supporting through our website in our match day programme twitter and Facebook pages and through our school sports network
  • Bespoke Computers and Maintenance BCM will be continuing to provide advice and guidance to all of our customers and social media followers regarding internet safety. Each hour, we will post one tip for internet safety on social media.
  • Madani Schools Federation We will be offering advice to our schools and sharing information about Safer Internet Day on social media.
  • Kent Police Kent Police, Tunbridge Wells CSU are raising awareness surrounding CSE and internet safety and are encouraging members of the public to get in touch for advice and support around these subjects.
  • Turvey Primary School Week long e-safety week with assemblies and short sessions in each class every day about staying safe online.
  • Eastfield primary school Learners at Eastfield will be thinking about ways that they can show how to use the internet as a more positive resource for each other and everyone else!
  • 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.
  • Ormiston Denes Academy We are doing assemblies and Form time activities.
  • Penwortham Primary School Workshop for parents
  • Plat Douet School The Digital Leaders are running assemblies for each key stage. We also have parent sessions in the afternoon and evening with a focus on gaming.
  • Pike Fold Primary School Our eCadets are leading a whole school assembly and then the children will be taking part in class based activities.
  • Hawthorn Primary School Whole school assembly, class work and then phase sharing assemblies about the work completed in Foundation Phase and Juniors
  • 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