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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
  • Barnet Mencap We will be promoting Safer Internet Day via our social media channels.
  • Manchester United Foundation Spreading the message with our followers and supporters on Social Media around keeping safe online.
  • Donhead Preparatory School Safer Internet Day rap Tweeting about SID Sending home Vodafone Digital Parenting magazine
  • Geneva English School GES students will be taking part in a variety of activities and assemblies throughout the day to understand more about how to stay safe on the Internet.
  • Childwall Abbey School The whole school will be taking part in activities throughout Safer Internet Day. The activities will be teacher and student led. The pupils will take part in specific assemblies appropriate to age.
  • Wragby Primary School For Safer Internet Day 2019 we will be having activities in classrooms and whole school assemblies on the theme all week.
  • Cardiff City FC Foundation Cardiff City FC Foundation will be rolling out Safer Internet Day 2019 across the primary schools that we work with across South Wales, highlighting the importance of staying safe online.
  • Rosewell Primary School We are starting with a Whole School assembly led by our P7s. Parents and carers are welcome. Following this every class will lead a workshop for parents.
  • Hill Top School For SID we will be holding a special assembly and learning about Internet safety during ICT Lessons.
  • Bedelsford School We will have a special assembly about Safer Internet Day and we will be learning about keeping safe online in our lessons. We will also be holding a series of staff training and parental workshops.
  • Kentmere Academy and Nursery We are celebrating the day by having our Digital Leader's lead discussions on how to create a better internet together. As well as, each class completing activities from the website and assemblies.
  • NSPCC NSPCC will be supporting Safer Internet Day across multiple channels including: • Paid Facebook post • Organic Social Media Posts • News Article on net-aware.org.uk • E-newsletter
  • Clifton primary school Our school are working in classes to highlight the dangers of the internet if used irresponsibly. We will be making posters, videos, listing rules and developing a 'Clifton Safer Internet Policy'.
  • 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.
  • Le VPN Le VPN will promote internet safety topics through educational articles, tips, and expert advice that will be published in Le VPN blog and social media during the Safer Internet Day campaign.
  • 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.
  • Lodge Park Academy Lodge Park Academy are holding assemblies all week with our school plus every year group will be taking part in activities relating to Safer Internet day and looking at consent.
  • SpeakEasy NOW Sharing info on social media and talking about internet safety with all our self advocacy groups including young people.
  • The Brow Community Primary School E-Safety talks with Cheshire Police, Parent assemblies delivered by our Year 6 computing leads and class project work.
  • Bramley Park Academy Children will attend an assembly on Safer Internet Day and complete activities throughout the day from the education packs on the UK Safer Internet Centre website.
  • Coacha Software As a sports club management software who specialise in GDPR and safeguarding, we will be continuining to undertake the work we normally do, but publicise the importance of internet safety to our users
  • Arnbrook Primary School For Safer Internet Day we are doing an assembly, newsletter and classroom activities
  • Newcastle Bridges School We'll ask all staff and young people to share one piece of advice to each other on sharing on the internet, peer to peer, peer to staff, staff to peer. For mural of advice for the community library.
  • Bond Primary School We will be hosting many P4C lessons which revolve around online social media outlets for ks2 and the challenges of gaming and playing against strangers online in ks1.
  • University of Edinburgh For SID we are planning a networking event for multi-sector stakeholders (including adolescents) to build a bridge between researchers & practitioners to develop resources promoting online resilience.
  • Richard Avenue Primary School The school as a whole will be looking at consent and what it means to give consent.
  • Sign Hills Academy For Safer Internet Day we will have a whole school assembly to raise awareness.
  • Our Lady of Perpetual Succour R.C. Primary School, Blackburn We will be organising whole class activities, KS1 and KS2 assemblies on SID 2019 and a celebration assembly with parents/carers to make the children and adults aware of this year's theme.
  • Cobham Free School Each year group will be teaching a lesson and writing a pledge to celebrate SID 2019.
  • Woodland Grange Primary School For SID we will be covering aspects of internet safety in our assemblies and in the classroom. We will offer advice to parents and ask our pupils want they do to stay safe on the internet.