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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
  • Thomas Estley Community College Thomas Estley fully support Safer Internet Day. We will be holding assemblies through-out the week and also raising awareness through daily tutor time activities.
  • Richard Coates C Of E Middle School From 3 years old to 13 years old we are considering how we respect ourselves and each other online through assemblies and PHSE.
  • Samaritans We're marking Safer Internet Day by sharing content about what you can do to support people you're worried about online
  • Roskear Primary and Nursery School We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day with a range of activities across all of the year groups in the school. This will run throughout the week so we can engage as many of our parents as possible.
  • St. Felix R C Primary School School-wide focus on online safety. Pupils in each class will take part in age-related activities linked to the themes of Safer Internet Day and Online Safety.
  • Bilton C of E Junior School We have Tweet Town performance coming to school to educate the children on cyber bullying. School Online Rangers are holding the quiz and teachers are using the activities presented.
  • Meoncross School A range of activities and launching the Digital Leaders program
  • St Winifred's Catholic Primary School We will be running sessions for all children regarding internet safety.
  • 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.
  • Westward Housing Group We will be promoting the day among our 7,400 households across the South West.
  • 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.
  • Kensington Avenue Primary School At KAPS we will be altering our usual lessons to facilitate special activities and assemblies run by the Digital leaders based around-Create,Connect and Share Respect-A better internet starts with you
  • King Alfred's Academy For SID 2018 we will: - hold a special assembly for all year groups - launch competitions allowing students to share knowledge of e-safety - Focus PSHCE sessions on e-safety using SID resources
  • Exeter City Football Club We will be supporting by posting information on the club website and social media channels
  • Balderstone St Leonard's Primary School All our children in school from Pre School to Year 6 will be taking part in activities to support Safer Internet Day.
  • St Gregory's Catholic Science College Posters around the school. Lessons will have a focus and theme on Safer Internet Day 2018. PSHE time is too dedicated for whole school to cover topic in depth at KS3, KS4 and KS5.
  • 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.
  • St Peter’s RC Primary School All classes did stuff related to safety and internet safety throughout the day.
  • CGI We will be promoting the day to all our 5500 members and encouraging them to speak to their local schools and community groups about the advice and materials available from the Safer Internet Centre.
  • Middleton St Mary's CE VC Primary School At Middleton St. Mary's We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day by taking part in Online Safety Assemblies and taking part in lots of exciting Online Safety activities. We will distribute useful Online Safety information to our families and the wider community.
  • SAFEcic For SID2018 we're hosting free eSafety training in Suffolk and sharing resources and tips on our social media pages. Children and young people are also invited to answer our survey about the internet!
  • Bridgend College Highlighting the importance of digital responsibility and online safety for all our students.
  • Welwyn & Knebworth Children's Centre Group Providing information for families about how to keep their children safe online
  • Bolton Schools ICT Running our annual Online safety competition for Bolton Primary schools, support various schools delivering assemblies and workshops
  • The Victory Academy We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day by holding various events. There will be workshops for Year 7 students and one for parents, form time activities and displays around the Academy.
  • JamCrackers UK We will be highlighting the importance of Safer Internet Day over all of our social media platforms, offering tips on how to stay and share safe online.
  • AFC BOurnemouth The AFC Bournemouth Community Sports Trust will be delivering safer internet (Connect with care lessons) at a number of local primary schools in Bournemouth, and will coincide with a player appearance
  • ALP Leicester We have a primary and a secondary aged students. we will be completing 2 different activities. Private info for primary and secondary will go on a trip to a safety zone.
  • Pool Academy We will be holding parent drop ins, student assemblies and our iPad leaders will be doing peer to peer drop in sessions.
  • Bristol IT Company Raising awareness of computer and internet security through the use of appropriate hardware/software solutions, using our Twitter channel and email newsletters to inform and educate