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Safer Internet Day 2019 Supporters

More than 2,100 organisations across the UK are helping to deliver activities for Safer Internet Day, including schools, police, local authorities, charities, companies, government, regulators and wider. 

Total Safer Internet Day Supporters

2,163
  • 1,668
    School/college
  • 136
    Charity/youth
  • 145
    Business
  • 75
    Government
  • 26
    Police
  • 113
    Other
  • Kiddi Caru Day Nurseries Group We will be launching our new Internet Safety Pack across all our nursery network which will include an online video which highlights the 6 building blocks to creating a safer internet.
  • St Anthony's Catholic Primary School St. Anthony's are taking part in the #OurInternetOurChoice pledge by doing a number of safer internet activities to make the internet a safer place.
  • Sacred Heart Catholic Primary Wigan We will be raising awareness of why it is important to keep personal information safe. With how regular internet use is in society it's important both children and adults know how to keep safe online.
  • Maidens Primary School Our Rights Respecting School is promoting the activity by connecting it to our Right of the month 17 and 19.
  • Bristows LLP We will be raising awareness and working with our clients to create a safer environment while using the internet through webinars and events throughout the year.
  • Colinsburgh Primary School Using resources from the UK Safer Internet Centre and presenting children with Google Internet Legends Certificates after completing the programme.
  • Swingate Primary For SID 2019 we will ensure the continuous education we provide regarding making good choices & be a good internet citizen is highlighted on this day.
  • Dundee City Council (Children & Families) Sharing resources with schools, encourage all to take part part in SID19.
  • Dr Challoner's High School Some of our students have been invited to BT Centre in London on Tuesday 5th February to celebrate the day and to explore this year’s theme, “Together for a better Internet”.
  • John Taylor High School Activities in tutor period and throughout the school day.
  • Holmes Chapel & District U3A For SID we will advise members via facebook page and arrange computer awareness courses for members in April & May 2019
  • New Bridge Group For SID 2019 we will have assemblies, workshops, and promote on social media.
  • Eyres Monsell Club for Young People For SID we will be doing activities with the young people surrounding the subject of being safe when on the internet, making posters and having discussions with young people to ensure they are safe.
  • Drury Primary School The whole school will be getting involved in lots of activities during this week to drive forward the message that we can create a better internet together.
  • Dean Field Community Primary School We are having a whole school assembly in the morning. Each class are then spending time in the Computing suite with our ict teacher to earn more about how they can stay safe online.
  • One Sixth Form College Lessons will start with a presentation and discussion around online safety. A stand will also be present in our atrium area where students can ask their peers for advice on how to keep safe online.
  • Chapel Break Infant School We will be dedicating an afternoon across KS1 to learning about Internet Safety. We will be learning through of of our school learning bees who is called BeeSafety.
  • Welbourne Primary School The whole school will be involved in Safer Internet Day - we are having a Digiduck tea party, making a film, whole school Assembly and using dance as a way to explore how to stay safe online.
  • Broadwater Down Primary School We will hold a special assembly and make it a focus of discussion in the classes.
  • The Mill Primary Academy Each class in our school will be watching your Power-Point and taking part in different activities to raise the profile of how children at The Mill Primary Academy can stay safe on-line.
  • The Academy Training School For SID we will be running a "mobile phone prison" and phones will be retrieved by posting comments on how to make the internet a better place for young people.
  • Ysgol Gatholig Santes Fair Our child Digital Heroes are going to organise and run a super Internet Safer Day. There will be practical demonstrations, parental involvement, an assembly and in-class activities.
  • Curious Frank Curious Frank is celebrating Safer Internet Day with new tips and advice for staying safe online! Hear advice from our Chief Ethical Hacker Gerry Grant and read our Cyber Security Gaming Guide.
  • Tring Park School for the Performing Arts Through our social media, through our work with all members of our community we will be working on the theme. Parents have been sent links to this site to help them.
  • Federation of Bishop Sutton and Stanton Drew Primary Schools We will be having assemblies at both of our schools and teachers and children will be exploring how we can ensure our lives online are safe and secure.
  • Shirley Heath Junior School Children will be watching videos and carrying out activities on computers and iPad's to raise their awareness and understanding of how to be safe online.
  • Barnet Mencap We will be promoting Safer Internet Day via our social media channels.
  • Norfolk Constabulary Norfolk Constabulary will be encouraging families to sign up to an agreement to help children and young people stay safe online. This includes a press release and social media posts.
  • Shoeburyness High School For SID 2019 we will be linking with feeders schools - Year 10 students talking to Year 5 and 6 students and also following the resources available.
  • Lancashire Constabulary Lancashire Constabulary officers and staff will be supporting Safer Internet Day 2019 by sharing messages - helping to create a safer internet for all.