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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
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  • 137
  • Newcastle United FC Academy We are raising awareness with all age groups and seeking pledges from players and parents / carers. We are also liaising with our partner schools to ensure that they are aware and involved.
  • Mountford Manor Primary School Parental Meeting, assembly, computer work and discussions. We are also offering a workshop for parents to bring along devices to have security and settings checked and installed.
  • NASUWT NASUWT The Teachers' Union is proud to support Safer Internet Day 2018. We will be promoting safe, responsible and respectful internet use in schools and colleges, in the UK, for pupils and staff
  • Wales Pre-School Providers Association Wales PPA is committed to tackling digital exclusion in Wales & is proud to be accredited to Digital Communities Wales. We will be supporting by sharing with our members via social media etc.
  • 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.
  • St Andrews primary school St Andrews will celebrate the day through class internet activities and whole school assembly with contributions from each class joined by our local community police officer!
  • Independent Schools Portal We are promoting SID2018 through our weekly newsletter which reaches 11,000 educational professionals, providing resources and tips to encourage and support safer internet use
  • 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
  • Ilfracombe Junior School We have used the PowerPoint to take the children through creating, connecting and sharing online. We will split the school across a series of online issues.
  • Cape Primary We have a week of events planned. On Thursday, we have a company in to perform an esafety show. We will also launch our esafety competition. Staff and pupils will complete online safety training.
  • Cherhill Cof E Primary School There will be an assembly lead by the Computing SBL and Y5/6 Digital Leaders. FS2-Y6 will take part in activities throughout the day. Parents/carers are invited to an Online Safety workshop this week.
  • Internet Advertising Bureau UK We'll be promoting Safer Internet Day to our members and followers via our website and social media channels
  • Northamptonshire Police Disseminating Safer Internet Day messages to 150,000 Facebook and Twitter followers. We're also working with our schools to discuss ways of involving students in spreading internet safety messages.
  • The Priory Academy LSST We are promoting the key message with posters around school and all students will complete relevant activities during Form Time (30 mins) and there will be competitions for students to enter all day.
  • Peel Park Primary school Activities thoughout school from the resource pack. Extra acrivities include fiction books based on online safety to be passed round classes and discussed on the school blog. Parents invited after school for advice on ensuring they have secure passwords.
  • Castleroe Primary School Assemblies, class activities, parent information evenings.
  • Education Links Discussing internet safety within lessons and attempting to make a short film.
  • Revoe Learning Academy Discrete online safety lessons through Computing lessons from Reception to Y6, activities delivered across the whole Academy, Year 6 online safety talks from an outside speaker, whole school assembly.
  • Glynne Primary School We are having a safer internet day; every class will participate in an E-safety workshop and will then continue this theme in their classrooms, producing something to go on our Computer Suite display.
  • The Brookfield School A local police officer will be coming into school to talk to the children, staff, parents and carers. Each tutor group will also be given an e safety activity to complete.
  • PSHE Association We helped create the UKCCIS framework, supporting teachers to plan a curriculum which prepares young people to thrive online, and have developed a new online safety training day for PSHE teachers
  • Castle Wood Academy We will: Teach our children how to stay safe online Share resources with parents about how to keep their children safe online. Produce displays on how to stay safe on the internet.
  • Halifax, Bury St Edmunds The Halifax at Bury St Edmunds will be providing a pop up stall in the branch to talk to those about becoming safer online.
  • Priority 1-54 We plan to deliver a range of creative SID workshops across primary and secondary school, as well as colleges. We will also be delivering online safety workshops for parents and carers.
  • Argyll and Bute Council For Safer Internet Day in Argyll & Bute, young people will take over our Facebook Pages and Twitter account. We will be showing films in schools and asking young people to complete a SID Pledge.
  • Cedar Children's Academy Cedar are hosting a full emoji themed day through the foci of 'Create, Connect and Share Respect A better internet starts with you.' EYFS, KS1 and KS2 are focussing all lessons through this viewpoint.
  • North Town Primary School We will be celebrating by having an assembly lead by our digital leaders and creating crafts/projects in class to raise awareness.
  • St John's C of E Primary School Our online safety pupil taskforce will lead 2 assemblies (KS1 and KS2), launch a competition and will lead the way of all our pupils completing a survey and quiz. All shared in parent newsletter!
  • Ton Yr Ywen Primary School We will be teaching children how to use the Internet in a fun, yet safe way. On SID the digital leaders will be carrying out an assembly where they will be presenting information on Internet Safety.
  • Simplysafeguarding celebrating Safer Internet Day with lots of chance to have conversations with young people about how to safely and securely use the internet, and what to do if they are worried.