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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
  • 138
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  • 137
  • Allestree Woodlands School Our students have been studying various aspects of esafety this year including cyber-bullying, sexting and child sexual exploitation. They have discussed how to reduce risk and where to get help.
  • 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.
  • St Mary Magdalene C of E Primary School Both KS1 and KS2 classes will be using activities and resources provided by to support them on Safer Internet Day. Classes will be learning how to stay as safe as possible online!
  • Westbury Leigh Primary School Westbury Leigh Primary School will be promoting internet safety for all our students throughout the day to ensure they know how to act responsibly online.
  • mayville high school activites about safer internet
  • Lord Wandsworth College Digital leaders will run the day. Promote Tootoot. Peer mentors will deliver sessions to year groups. Boarding houses will also take part.
  • Sutton Veny C of E Primary School Promoting Safer Internet Day through competitions, activities and a pop-up cafe for parents.
  • Stanburn Primary School We will be running a series of events for pupils and parents, bringing in industry professionals and promoting the ideas of safe and respectful use of digital devices.
  • Marshfield Primary School Each year group will be posed a question related to online safety which they must respond to through using different methods such as animation, green screening, creating podcasts and quizes.
  • 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.
  • Ashfield Park Primary School We are dedicating the afternoon to safer internet and our place in the online world
  • Vinehall School We will be using Safer Internet Day resources throughout the week in Form times, PSHE lessons and assemblies. We'll also have a diary room for the pupils.
  • 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.
  • Peebles High School Pupils and staff will look at 'How Secure is your Password' and have created a display of screenshots of the results as well as top tips to help us all be more secure.
  • National Federation of Young Farmers' Clubs NFYFC has just produced two new safeguarding leaflets one of which is for YFC club officers. NFYFC will be promoting the Safer Internet Day.
  • North London Collegiate Junior School Our Digital Leaders are hosting an assembly and leading activities in their forms about being respectful online. Pupils from Y3-6 will design a puzzle piece to be entered into a contest and displayed.
  • Dagenham and Redbridge FC Community Trust An article will appear in the Club's matchday programme and information will be circulated to all the local schools
  • St Jude's C of E Primary School Our school will be taking part in a range of online safety activities this week, including a special launch assembly and additional computing sessions revolving around the theme of online safety.
  • County in the Community We’re going to promote SID 2018 through our Premier League Kicks sessions and primary school lessons. Speaking to the young people around the dangers of using the internet incorrectly.
  • 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.
  • Rockwell C of E Primary School The whole school will be set the challenge of creating something to promote greater internet safety. E-Cadets will deliver an assembly to the school and offer guidance.
  • Yewstock School Learning sign a long in assembly. Students completing the jigsaw template about being positive online.
  • Iceni Partnership Youth Team We will be running activities at our youth clubs to promote Safer Internet Day
  • Moredon Primary and Nursery School We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day by holding a whole school Open Afternoon where families can join their children in school to take part in a wide range of Online Safety activities.
  • 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
  • Mill Hill Primary School Online safety assembly, online safety focus in all computing lessons
  • Police Scotland Police Scotland will be celebrating Safer Internet Day by delivering online safety talks in school communities across Scotland, supporting the Create, Connect and Share Respect theme, please join us!
  • Inter Training Services We will be sharing internet safety tips with our staff, learners and employers via regular Facebook posts.
  • Lightwoods Primary School Our pupils will be striving to become E-Safety Champions! With the guidance and challenge of the SMART Crew and Smartie the Penguin, and an e-safety poster competition too!
  • St Aidan's Church of England Primary School We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day through starting the day with an eSafety assembly followed by age related activities in each class. This will involve making posters, drama and film making.