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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
  • Kingfield Primary School We are organising whole school events including assemblies and parents' workshops.
  • Motherwell Football Club Community Trust For SID 2018 Motherwell Football Club Community Trust will deliver important messages about the importance of keeping safe online with players, parent and coaches in all our programmes.
  • 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.
  • Epic ELM C.I.C We are raising awareness in our youth centres and sharing the message through workshops and activities around how to stay safe online. We will also be joining the hashtag campaign online.
  • Orbis Orbis are helping schools in the South East stay safe online by providing tools to help meet KCSiE standards on filtering and monitoring and through our online safety consultancy service
  • Ombersley Endowed First School We will be holding an assembly, and the children will take part in activity's to reinforces the message.
  • Oakwood Court College Oakwood Court College has a week where we focus on Internet Safety. This year's theme Create, Connect and Share Respect: a better internet starts with you.’will be interlaced throughout ICT sessions.
  • The Kingston Academy We had a whole school assembly this morning raising awareness. Tomorrow we will be running a range of events at lunchtime and a survey on safer internet use.
  • Shetland College UHI Sharing information on our social media, through our student/staff bulletin and information boards in College.
  • Brickhill Primary School We shall be holding a whole school assembly about staying safe online. Then throughout the week each class will be learning about how to stay safe online and what to do if they feel unsafe.
  • 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.
  • St Stephen's Primary School We are having a Safer Internet Week! We will be watching E-Safety theatre performance, having lessons on how to stay safe online and allowing children to share their experiences of being online.
  • Cleveland Police (POLIT) In Cleveland we are visiting primary schools across the force giving a presentation to Y5&Y6 students then inviting parents and carers into a after school event. We are hosting a webinar.
  • Yavneh College Assemblies, ICT lessons, e-shots, PSHCE dedicated sessions.
  • Chadsmead Primary Academy We will launch the day with a whole school assembly. For the rest of the day the children will be completing lots of activities across their phases with an end product at the end of the day to show their learning.
  • Dereham Church of England Junior Academy We will be spending the day looking at how to use the internet to research and browse safely, how to be aware of our digital footprint and how to make safe and responsible use of Social Media.
  • Minsthorpe Community College We will have lessons on cyberbullying and peer pressure with our Year 7 students, we also have assemblies around staying safe on line and NOT sending Images - we will be reinforcing these messages
  • Pool Academy We will be holding parent drop ins, student assemblies and our iPad leaders will be doing peer to peer drop in sessions.
  • Kildrum Primary Whole school event with stage specific focuses on online safety, cyber bullying and more.
  • Willow Dene School We'll be tweeting with a focus on raising parent awareness of how to use social media more safely and how to set restrictions and controls to help their children to stay safer online.
  • Ysgol Gynradd Gymraeg Castellau Scratch animations promoting e-safety. Creating new emojis. De-coding emojis. Connecting with other schools safely using Skype. Posting e-safety rules on Twitter. Taking the e-safety quiz.
  • All Saints Church in Wales Primary School We will be engaging in a variety of different activities as a whole school. We will be reaching out to parents and other stakeholders as well as sharing our work to the world via Twitter
  • Welcare We will be using our voice to help reach more children and families across South London & East Surrey by sharing resources on Twitter & Facebook.
  • Langland Community School We will be exploring how our school Community Code: Be our best: Be Safe, Be Responsible, Be Kind, Be Positive;should also be followed whilst using the internet.
  • Saxon Hill Academy Saxon Hill Academy will be investigating the question 'How can we keep safe online?', we will make informative posters, videos and photographs to support our pupils. (Special Educational Needs setting 2-19)
  • Ysgol T Gwynn Jones We will be using the resources online to teach a lesson in Year Groups Reception to Year 2.
  • Liverpool County Football Association We will once again be promoting Safer Internet Day to all of our member leagues &clubs across the region asking them to raise awareness of safe internet use & encourage responsible use of social media
  • 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.
  • Cornist Park Primary School A group of our pupils will be visiting the local library to provide a drop in session for members of the public. We will have lots of activities in school too.
  • Bowlee Park Community School We are celebrating Safer Internet Day by inviting parents to watch year 4 children present an Online Safety Assembly, assisted by our Digital Leaders. All children in school will complete Online Safety activities in their classrooms.