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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
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  • Iver Village Junior School We will be having a whole school assembly and then a lesson in all classes during PSHE sessions for that week. In addition, our e-safety ambassadors will be running sessions for each year group.
  • Balfour Junior Academy As a school we will be having a special assembly for parents to learn more about Safer Internet Day, along with activities and an assembly for the whole school.
  • Windmill Hill Primary We are having a week of activities across all key stages -EYFS, KS1 & KS2 - linked to internet safety using resources found on the internet and programmes we have access to.
  • Silcoates A day of off-timetable activities involving children and parents.
  • Meadowlane Primary School For SID 2019 we will have a whole school assembly and safer internet activities.
  • Cornwall College (West Region) We are showing the PowerPoint presentation and videos on a loop in our LC and we are looking to get involved with the pledge # using the template.
  • St Edward's School We will be running a variety of activities throughout the day in lessons to promote Safer Internet Day.
  • Cobham Free School Each year group will be teaching a lesson and writing a pledge to celebrate SID 2019.
  • Intake Primary Academy For SID 2019 we will have: Assemblies in KS1 and KS2 Classroom Workshops Parent/Carer Workshop Family Activities Staff Training LECC (Governors) Awareness Training
  • Amateur Football Alliance At the Amateur Football Alliance we will be ensuring all our clubs and leagues are aware of internet safety and how our Under-18 players, referees and coaches should be safe online.
  • Our Lady & St John Catholic College #Don't lose your identity @olsjbb1 We are promoting ways to keep your identity safe online. #PasswordProtected
  • Ten Mile Bank and Hilgay Riverside Academies Across both academies we will be working with all children to help them develop their awareness of how to be safe online for Safer Internet Day.
  • Lansbury Bridge School We'll be having discrete Internet safety lessons / assemblies for SID 2019.
  • Royal Cross School for Deaf Children For SID 2019 we will have a whole week of online safety activities, including parent workshop with information and whole school assemblies.
  • Marden Vale Academy We're looking forward to some great activities about 'Together for a better internet'. Everyone in school is getting involved + we hope to share our learning on Twitter, our website + on displays.
  • Thrybergh Academy & Foljambe Campus We will be delivering assemblies to all year groups as well as activities in lesson time to our primary children.
  • Hawthorns School We are hosting a parent workshop and sending home links and resources for Safer Internet Day. Children will participate in online activities and activities to promote using the internet.
  • Nottinghamshire County Council We will be supporting schools and settings in our county during SID by keeping them up to date with resources and activities in our newsletter and schools portal.
  • Bridgewater School Will will be holding seperate assemblies for our KS1 & KS2 children, and then following up the Safer Internet day message in our computing lessons with all age groups throughout the rest of the week.
  • Woodstock CE Primary School For SID 2019 we will have a: whole day celebration parent workshop homework task
  • 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.
  • Ringwood Infant School Ringwood Infant School will promote online safety through an assembly and sessions in our classrooms throughout the week. Parents will also be given advice on how to keep children safe.
  • Saint Aidan's CE High School We will be asking our Digital Leaders to support and promote various activities including form activities, producing a student survey and distributing their newsletter.
  • Glitch We will be delivering our flagship interactive workshop which is primarily aimed at young people, in order to instill a sense of awareness and agency when navigating the online world.
  • St. Charles Catholic Primary School Along with individual class activities we are very excited that our school is going to be part of the biggest online safety lesson on Safer Internet Day.
  • Sarah Champion Member of Parliament for Rotherham I will be promoting Safer Internet Day across my constituency of Rotherham via Facebook, Twitter and the local press. Also highlighting the importance to schools and colleges within my constituency.
  • Weatherhead High School Safer Internet Day themed assemblies and PSHCE lessons.
  • Bathford Church School We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day in Koinonia (our whole school assembly) and each of our 7 classes will be enjoying follow-up online safety lessons over the course of the week.
  • Jane Austen College Form tutors and subject teachers will be starting their lessons all week with Safer Internet Day inspired activities to keep the conversation of consent flowing.
  • Barley Fields Primary School We will be having a special assembly and lessons as well as holding a Safer Internet Day poster competition. The winning poster will be put up around the school.