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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
  • Holy Trinity CofE Primary School Every year, each class has a workshop in the hall with me, where we explore issues raised from their worry boxes and talk about how important it is to keep safe online, just like the real world.
  • Great Moor Junior School We are going to have parent talks, assemblies and class activities.
  • 1st Limbury Guides The Guides, all aged 10-12 are completing the activities from the resource pack and looking at Communication in general and working towards their Communicator badge.
  • Waterloo Primary We will be having an awareness raising assembly for each phase and carrying out internet safety lessons in classes. Parents will be invited in for an e-safety workshop.
  • Lewis School Pengam A number of special assemblies will be run throughout the week for all pupils. Activities will be run in lessons and pastoral time as well as talks from the Police.
  • Springfield Primary School As a whole school, we are celebrating the marvel that is the Internet. We are looking at how it has changed our lives for the better but that it must be used responsibly.
  • aa | mac As a Premium Apple Authorised Service Provider we have a large number of clients who will be posting information about Uk safer Internet day 2019.
  • One-Eighty One-Eighty is a psychology-focused behaviour support charity. For SID we will use social media to platform available support& guidance for young people & their families around digital safeguarding.
  • Andy Wood Consultancy Ltd Delivering SID presentations to 240 primary pupils hosted at Goodison Park by Everton FC and their School Education team.
  • Shaw Primary School For SID 209 we will: - Have whole school assemblies - Do class workshops and activities - Complete posters and information for parents
  • St. Mary's Preparatory School A range of activities will be taking place on Safer Internet Day, including quizzes and games. We will also be creating posters and will be learning some songs that promote cyber safety.
  • Hindsford CofE Primary School Our e-safety squad will start the day with an e-safety assembly on how consent works online. They will also be delivering peer to peer learning in each class throughout the day.
  • Scottish Qualifications Authority We will be highlighting our range of Cyber Security qualifications, which raise awareness of Cyber Security and help meet the demand for skills in this area.
  • George White Junior School We are going to support Safer Internet Day by taking part in activities to promote the importance of staying safe online, finding out how to report any potential risks and report any concerns.
  • Chapmanslade Primary School Both KS1 and KS2 will take part in a safer internet assembly on Monday. Each class will then explore internet safety using the Safer Internet Centre resources in their own classes throughout the week.
  • The Diana Award The Diana Award will be promoting Safer Internet Day on social media and to our network of schools. We'll also be encouraging our Anti-Bullying Ambassadors to mark the day in their school.
  • National Probation Service NPS, South of Tyne are raising awareness and engaging service users who are parents or carers in discussion, and offering support and advice about keeping their children safe online.
  • lauriston school We will spending the day following some of the SID lesson plans. We are all off time table to celebrate this day.
  • Vale of Evesham As part of Safer Internet Day, we will be discussing ways to keep ourselves safe online, what to do if we feel unsafe and positive uses for the internet.
  • Plymouth Grove Primary School We will be making parents aware of the NPSPCC net aware app. A Whole school assembly will deliver the key messages. We will link the key messages to our UNICEF right's respecting work and hold a debat
  • St. Mary's Primary School and Nursery Unit -Special Internet Safety lessons in all classes -Creating displays -PSNI talk to children -Whole school assembly
  • Northumberland Libraries We will be having a display in our libraries promoting Safer Internet Day. Promoting resources online on our website and social media. We also hope to offer some sessions about being safe online.
  • Gillingstool Primary School We will be holding a school assembly and completing tasks from the activity packs in our classrooms. As well as that we will be holding a mini photo-booth with the #OurInternetOurChoice
  • St Herbert's RC Primary School Our Digital Leaders (children from Y5 and Y6) will present an assembly to the school. They will also teach an E-Safety lesson to every class in school and help them take a quiz.
  • Larkhill Primary School - Part of the White Horse Federation We are going to be learning about digital footprints and conducting an experiment to see how far an electronic image can travel through social media.
  • Great Crosby Catholic Primary School Great Crosby will have assemblies for all the children, led by a group of pupils. All years will have online safety activities throughout the week. We will provide resources and guidance for parents.
  • Meadow Farm Community Primary School School assembly, specific focus lessons in all year groups, followed by Google Legends assembly to kick off a series of lessons over and above our usual integrated online safety.
  • Jack and Jill Family of Schools We are thinking about all the ways we use the internet for fun and learning. We are also thinking about how we can be kind and thoughtful towards others, both online and offline.
  • Woodlands Primary School Various activities will be taking place throughout the day to raise awareness. Additionally, our 'Digital Ambassadors' [ 1 child per year group ] will be delivering an assembly in each Key Stage.
  • Northwick Park Primary and Nursery Academy We will be holding a child lead assembly for Ks1 and Ks2. Our school Digital Leaders will be making sure that the message Together for a better Internet and Understanding Consent will be the focus.