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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

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  • The Maplesden Noakes School For Safer Internet Day 2019 we will be delivering lessons and assemblies on how to stay safe online.
  • St Malachy's PS Kilclief, Downpatrick Our school will be hosting a Safer Internet Day Assembly for the entire community to attend. This event will take place in school at 10am in the School Dinner Hall on Tuesday 6th Feb 2019.
  • Hull City Tigers We will be supporting by advertising the day through our social media channels and by doing educational sessions with young people at our Academy and Community Trust projects.
  • Ormiston Victory Academy Every student is undertaking a form time Safer Internet Day session and posters will be displayed around the Academy. Also social media announcements.
  • Devonport High School for Boys For SID 2019 we are running a series of activities and workshops around Consent Online.
  • Hexham Priory School Throughout the day we will be having assemblies and workshops to ensure our pupils are educated to remain safe online. We are hosting a parent online safety workshop on Jan 22nd.
  • Rodmersham School Rodmersham will have a special Safer Internet Day whole school assembly, followed by individual classroom activities for the rest of the day.
  • St Francis Primary School For Safer Internet Day we will be running workshops, holding an assembly, meeting with parents and hosting guest speakers, aimed at empowering our children with the skills to stay safe when on-line.
  • Aughton Town Green Primary School Whole school activities from the SID education pack. We will also be inviting parents to an online safety workshop. Pictures of the activities will be posted on the school website and Twitter page.
  • Abertay Housing Association Support on social media and encouraging our tenants to support the Safer Internet Day campaign. In addition to this raising awareness within each of our retirement complexes.
  • New College School, Oxford As always, we will be enjoying an informative assembly first thing followed by online safety activities throughout the day for every year group.
  • Greenvale Infant school All children to create a safer internet day poster.
  • Millbrook Primary School We will have a week of activities and whole school assemblies. We will be working on creating interactive resources and ebooks.
  • Time For Media Limited We will be promoting safe use of both the Internet and Social Media, advising how settings can be checked and closed down to ensure our younger generations can access without seeing violence and porn.
  • Latifa School for Girls As a school we are doing different assemblies and activities to promote Safer Internet Day
  • Newdigate C of E Infant School At Newdigate school we will be engaging in Safer Internet activities for the duration of the week. This includes using resources from the UK Safer Internet Centre and other resources available online
  • Frizington Community Primary School Learning about how to be safer online and creating our own safety video for parents.
  • YGG Rhosafan We will be holding an assembly for the juniors and infants. This week we have had PC Hughes visit the school to discuss the dangers of being online. Organizing a parents evening with PC Hughes.
  • Acadela Academy We are having a day where we discuss e-safety and the importance of it all day and we are doing lots of different tasks.
  • Bader Primary School We will be learning about keeping safe online across school: a whole school assembly and activities in class will raise the profile of online safety.
  • St Mary Magdalen's Catholic Primary School We will be fully celebrating the day and each class will be involved in an activity.
  • Parenting NI We'll be sharing tips for parents on social media throughout SID on keeping children safe online. Our Dads Project&Families Together Project will also be running workshops for parents.
  • The Greetland Academy Safer Internet Day 2019 at Greetland: activities in all classes; special assemblies at KS1 and KS2; letting parents know through social media; talking with parents at our open afternoon.
  • St Michael's Primary The children will be participating in assemblies and discussions based around the theme.
  • Wrightington Mossy Lea Primary School For SID 2019 we will have a whole school assembly and activities educating parents as well as pupils.
  • Media Savvy CIC We will be promoting the message on our social media channels, with a guide to eSafety on our Facebook page and our blog, as well as teaching eSafety in our sessions.
  • Carolyn Carolyn - House of Commons To celebrate Safer Internet Day we will be sharing information on social media channels and within the office including tips to stay safe on the internet.
  • Cranleigh CofE Primary School To celebrate Safer Internet Day, we will be delving in to lots of different activities in classes, having an assembly and promoting a broader awareness of the importance of staying safe online.
  • 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.
  • Biddulph High School For Safer Internet Day 2019 we will have assemblies, posters, youth groups and more.