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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

  • 1,668
  • 136
  • 145
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  • 26
  • 113
  • Holy Cross Girls' Primary School We will be holding an assembly to highlight the importance of staying safe online and how we can make the internet a better place. All classes will have activities to help them.
  • St. Margaret's Primary Two assemblies, one for infants and one for juniors, with parents invited. Using the lessons & drama kits from the resources here on this page. Providing an information sheet for parents & carers.
  • Little Eaton Primary School We will have an assembly for SID 2019.
  • Newport Primary School Each class will be undertaking sessions about how to use the internet safely and producing posters to display in our ICT suite and around school to educate peers.
  • Woden Primary School We are running a range of activities to encourage children to be more resilient online. The schools Digital Ambassadors will also be presenting to pupils in all Key Stages about healthy online habits.
  • West Midlands Police We’re encouraging young people to make the most of positive opportunities offered online while giving them the resilience, skills and support to deal with any risks they may come across.
  • Safeguarding Essentials We are once again proud to be supporting SID2019 by running our annual competition for schools and providing free resources to support the theme.
  • Stoughton Infant School We will celebrate SID by discussing ways to keep safe when using the internet. We will complete individual class workshops.
  • 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.
  • Bishop Gore School For Safer Internet Day we are doing tutor time activities throughout the week.
  • Eliot Bank Primary School Eliot Bank pupils will be participating in workshops and activities to increase their knowledge of staying safe online. Parents are also invited to a range of workshops.
  • Ludworth Primary School Each class will be doing a variety of activities to help them to understand how to stay safe on the internet. The school office will send safer internet text messages to parents throughout the day.
  • Marple Sixth Form College Student Digital Leaders will be putting together a series of events to raise awareness of Online Safety including advice clinics, information leaflets and tutorial plans which will incorporate iDEA.
  • Sign Hills Academy For Safer Internet Day we will have a whole school assembly to raise awareness.
  • The King Edward VI School Counselling Service For SID 2019 we will be tweeting relevant information and providing handouts and support for our students.
  • Gunness & Burringham CofE Primary School We will be holding a whole school assembly. After this each class will be undertaking a special focus lesson on keeping safe and a special constable is coming into to work with KS2.
  • Eye in the Sky Glasgow For SID 2019 we will communicate via our Website and Social Media the importance of Identity Security and ways that help prevent Identity Theft, Photo Tagging, Location, Contact Details etc.
  • Zuma the Dog We will be working together with PopJam putting out posts to our 40K followers sharing information on how to be internet safe.
  • Crossway Pregnancy Crisis Centre We will share this on our Facebook page. We also work with local schools to provide better understanding of the risks of online sharing, sexting and porn and encourage healthy choices.
  • Stanhope Primary School We are promoting the importance of staying safe online. We will be carrying out a range of activities and lessons in all classes across the school.
  • Ashford Prep School Our school will be taking part in the Safer Internet Day activities for the whole week in our ICT lessons.
  • Cawthorne CE VC Primary School Children will learn about appropriate behaviour online and what to do if they feel uncomfortable/upset by something they see or read. Plus staff/governor training/parent information sessions.
  • Northfields Infants and Nursery School We will be getting together to hold a whole school assembly to celebrate Safer Internet Day. We will also be getting the children to talk about how they stay safe online and design their own poster.
  • Pipworth Community Primary School For Safer Internet Day each class will be celebrating using the internet safely!
  • e4education We will be writing blog posts related to staying safe on the Internet, as well as engaging with our customers (Schools and Trusts) on social media to help highlight their participation in the event.
  • The New Leake Primary School Our e-Cadets will be holding a whole school assembly, followed by a Question Wall around the school to answer and each child to produce a permission pledge and share with their families.
  • Abercrombie Primary School A carousel of writing, drama, PSHE and Comuting activities. An online quiz using the Purple Mash website.
  • Moorside Academy Moorside will be exploring the importance of esafety through workshops in our classrooms, a safer internet assembly and a whole school competition to design posters on how we can stay safe online.
  • Biggleswade Academy Years 1 to 8 will be taking part in a range of activities in their class assemblies and going into further depth during their Computing lessons throughout the course of the week.
  • Gloucestershire Libraries For SID, Gloucestershire Libraries have trained staff and volunteers to help you get online and navigate the internet and keep safe online. Our Computer Buddies can give one to one help and advice.