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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
  • Westward Housing Group We will promote Safer Internet Day 2018 on our website, Twitter, Facebook, Linked In and Instragram sites.
  • Millfields Community School Our team of child led Learning Champions will be organising a range of activities to promote internet safety to our pupils and families.
  • People1st Workshops producing wall displays on good practice and how to stay safe when using the internet
  • John Mason School Activities in Computing lessons, assemblies to individual year groups, tutor group activities.
  • St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Technology College SFA will be holding safer Internet Day assemblies and looking at the key themes during our Catholic citizenship lessons. A week of Safer Internet activities will be undertaken across the school.
  • Brentwood Area Neighbourhood Watch We will be 'Tweeting' accordingly and passing on advice.
  • Esprit Multi Academy Trust - Northwood Broom Academy The children will first take part in a safety day assembly. Through out the day the children will take part in fun, different, cross-curricular activities to help expand their E-safety knowledge.
  • Lewisham Southwark College A group of supported learning students will be creating artwork that is related to Safer Internet Day and the importance of being safe on the internet.
  • Wallace Prep Reflecting on ways to keep ourselves safe when using the Internet.
  • Kingsley Community Primary School Off-timetable flexibility, Computing lessons will be themed around Online Safety - creating posters, digital footprint, etc.
  • St Swithun's School We're having a whole school assembly on this year's suggested topic.
  • OmniCom Solutions OmniCom will be emailing blogs and tweeting key safe internet pointers on Safer internet Day.
  • Brooke School Brooke School's Digital Leaders will be organising a range of differentiated and interactive activities for students throughout school to promote Safety Internet Day 2018.
  • Marsden Junior School Children will be taking part in activities in their classes, supported by Digital Leaders, which will then be shared in a whole school assembly.
  • Gibber Theatre Ltd. Gibber will be using our social networks to promote Safer Internet Day 2018 and reinforce the theme “Create, Connect and Share Respect: A better internet starts with you”.
  • Support Expert LTD For SID 18 we have consultants that are working in a number of schools promoting safer internet use, as well as supporting teachers and providing mobile device management.
  • Operation REPEAT @Oprepeat is continuing to promote safety via #EDUCATION as being key in helping to prevent fraud across the internet
  • Holme Valley Primary School For SID 2018 we will be keeping everyone informed and up to date about how to keep safe online through lessons, assemblies and talking with our students.
  • Wac Arts College We will be producing the following: • A Cyber Bullying Rap/Song, • A fake news broadcast • A short film/advert around Grooming, • A 360 VR experience around the theme of Social Media and its impact
  • Orbit Ask partners to join as SID supporters, internal campaign for employees to raise awareness of making the internet safer for children and social media campaign for customers & stakeholders.
  • St Mary's CofE School, Truro We'll be holding a whole school assembly before taking part in safety awareness sessions in our classes.
  • Snodland CEP School Holding a whole school assembly along with a variety of activities to support children understanding how to use the internet safely from Foundation Stage to Year Six.
  • Dickens Heath Community Primary School At DHCPS we will be starting the week with a whole school assembly on the theme of create, connect and share respect. Our digital leaders will lead follow up activities back in their classrooms.
  • 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.
  • Knop Law Primary School Here at Knop Law Primary School, we promote & celebrate being informed and aware digital citizens. We will be having a showcase assembly for pupils/staff & a workshop for parents.
  • The White House School We will be exploring internet safety and how to protect ourselves and respect others online. The school will be running special assemblies and the children will be taking part in a range of follow up activities.
  • Phew We will be promoting SID 2018 and tips on how to stay safe online through our blog, social media and HTML newsletters.
  • Hindsford CE primary school Pupil E-safety officers will be sharing their knowledge through peer to peer teaching in every class. Each child will be taking part in activities throughout the day provided by our E-safety officers.
  • 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.
  • St.Agnes RC Primary School Cricklewood St Agnes RC Cricklewood is joining the global Safer Internet Day campaign to promote the safe and responsible use of technology. We will unite to appreciate the internet and promote online safety!