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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
  • Pentip VA Primary School At Pentip we will be including Safer Internet Day in our Digital Awareness Week. The pupils and staff will be learning about being safe online and appropriate use of technology.
  • Mill Hill Community Primary School We will start our day with a whole school assembly. Then look at the internet and share what we know about being safe and how to keep ourselves safe both when working and playing.
  • Department for Education (DfE) DfE Safeguarding Minister and UKCIS chair Nadhim Zahawi MP will celebrate Safer Internet Day 2019 by closing its 5th February launch event.
  • Great Eccleston Copp CE For SID we will be completing activities from the resource bank as a whole school!
  • Catshill Learning Partnerships For SID we will continue to work closely with schools to promote and run online safety initiatives including: providing free resources, sharing ideas and delivering workshops and presentations.
  • Lancashire Football Association Lancashire FA will use it's links with our 360 clubs to promote the key messages of Safer Internet Day.
  • Lansbury Bridge School We'll be having discrete Internet safety lessons / assemblies for SID 2019.
  • Wychwood School Wychwood girls look forward to participating in many of the activities for SID 2019! Great fun last year and such an important message to spread!
  • Longforgan Primary School Completing activities in class to discuss sharing information online etc, using the Safer Internet Centre website.
  • 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.
  • Northdown Primary School We are going to kick start our day with a whole school assembly to raise awareness of online safety issues. Classes will be focusing on age appropriate issues in their classrooms.
  • Al-Risalah School We will do a whole school student organised, student run assembly. The students will also create a short video which will be played during assembly.
  • Blagdon Primary School For SID we will have: posters around the village, parents workshop to show how we use the internet and stay safe, children to work together in house groups to produce a leaflet about internet safety.
  • The Minster School Talking to students in assemblies and tutor time about staying safe online. Particularly around understanding what happens to data about them and how important it is to make safe digital decisions.
  • BigDeal - GamCare Alongside our website for young people, parents & teachers, we are running interactive workshops to help young people think critically about gambling & the online environment, including social media.
  • The Croft Primary School, Swindon On SID each year group will carry out a host of activities from EYFS up to Year 6. The children will participate in a whole school assembly and parents will be invited in for a session too.
  • Steps We are delivering CEOP esafety sessions across Secondary schools in Hertfordshire over the whole of February!
  • Leatherhead Trinity Primary School We will be promoting Safer Internet Day by using fun and exciting activities to help the children understand how to use the internet safely for everyone.
  • St John Fisher Primary School We will have a whole school assembly to launch the week and have discussions/complete work in class linked to SID 2019 topic and general online safety.
  • Harvington CE First and Nursery School Our Online Safety ministers will carry out an Online Safety assembly. Classes will then carry out Online Safety activities and parents will be informed via the school newsletter.
  • Archbishop McGrath Catholic High School We are planning E-safety quizzes taking place on 5th Feb, showcasing the SIDTV clips and promoting SID using the #OurInternetOurChoice
  • St Johns College We are using Internet Safety Day 2019 to begin an embedded program of Internet Safety activities that will continue beyond the 5th Feb and target the specific risks posed to special needs learners.
  • Sackville School For SID we will have a number of assemblies to promote being safe on the internet. Also, a presentation to governors and staff.
  • Gomersal St. Mary's CE(C) Primary School We will be having a week of Safer Internet lessons to celebrate Safer Internet Day 2019.
  • Probus School We will be exploring: how to stay safe online - knowing what to do if you feel unsafe, our digital footprint, and digital consent.
  • Rockcliffe First School Taking part in special lessons (across the week) and a special assembly.
  • Aylesham Primary School For SID 2019: Assembly for each key stage, workshops for pupils, lessons in class, parent workshops, leaflets sent home.
  • Weatherhead High School Safer Internet Day themed assemblies and PSHCE lessons.
  • Engayne Primary School For SID: Presentation by pupils to other pupils Presentation by assistant head to parents Lessons on online safety
  • Service Six The TARGET (Targeting and Reducing Grooming, Exploitation and Trading of Children and Young People Online) Project at Service Six will continue raising awareness, supporting and educating.