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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
  • Hazelmere Junior School Hazelmere have invited SPLATS in to do a play in a day about keeping safe on the internet. (y5&6) Lower school will also be off timetable, following the safer internet day resources.
  • Conquer Life CIC We have launched a YouTube project for children aged 8-11, this will educate them on staying safe online, how to protect their identities online, sharing appropriate content & social media safety.
  • Pheasey Park Farm Primary School We will be holding Safer Internet assemblies to launch a whole school collaboration project. We will also ask children to design posters to be displayed around school.
  • Norwich City FC For Safer Internet Day Norwich City Football Club will be working with our Academy to provide website and social media content.
  • Kids N Clicks For SID, Kids N Clicks will be conducting a Live Facebook Session & Webinar for parents to help them understand the complexity of the digital world.
  • Manorside Academy Both KS1 and KS2 will be holding an assembly and 1-2 hours of lessons exploring the risks and how to stay safe online.
  • Twitter Twitter is proud to join with safety partners across the world to mark #SaferInternetDay2019 and to encourage conversations around a better internet.
  • St Cuthbert's Junior Schoolo Each class will be doing their own acitivity to support SID 2019. We will be holding an assembly to share learning.
  • St. Patrick's RC Primary School Whole school assembly, plus focussed age-appropriate work in each class during the day. Additional poster competition for each class in school with a prize for each child.
  • Holy Evangelists' Primary School For SID we will have a special assembly, Powerpoints, art competition to design a Safer Internet Poster and we'll be participating in C2K Newsdesk.
  • Fingertip Solutions Ltd We will be posting throughout “Safer Internet Day” across all of our social media channels the ways to stay safe online. Lots of suggestions and top tips for businesses and education.
  • Coppice School On SID we will be organising a parent/carer workshop, CPD event for staff and a day of learning activities for our students.
  • Clacton Coastal Academy Each assembly - age appropriate aspect of internet safety - Sexting in 10/11, Privacy settings 8/9, safer research in 7. Tutor groups are working on SID classwork. IT promoting THINK campaign.
  • 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.
  • Bishop Rawstorne C of E Academy For Safer Internet Day 2019 we will have assemblies for students and activities in lessons.
  • Westfields Junior School Yateley For SID 2019 we will have a whole school assembly followed by a day of activities reflecting the theme of safety online.
  • Castell Alun High School For Safer Internet Day 2019 we will be hosting Safer Internet Day themed lessons
  • The Link Centre We are practising a safer lesson with pupils on the day and completing an AQA e-safety unit.
  • morecambe fc community sports For SID we will be promoting online and on our website, and at local schools.
  • Azoomee Azoomee will be sharing our free internet safety series Search It Up to celebrate the SID2019. This series is BAFTA-nominated and comes with a range of fun activities and lesson plans.
  • St Paul's Academy For SID St Paul's Academy will be delivering assemblies to all year groups and having special one off lessons with students promoting the importance of being safe Online during Internet Safety Week.
  • Moat Community College We are incorporating our terms scheme of work to be based around internet safety, finishing out topic with a week full of internet safety activities. This week will include the 'safer internet day'
  • Denny High School All our S1, S2 and S3 Computing classes will be creating chatterboxes, having their say with the moral compass, deciding how likely they would be to do things on/offline and completing the data rater.
  • St. Gregory’s Catholic Primary School Additional training for all members of the school community. Previous years Digital Council handing over to a newly elected Digital Council. Face to face & online training opportunities for families.
  • Goldthorpe Primary School For Safer Internet Day 2019, we will have a whole school assembly, giving children a voice across school to discuss what they enjoy doing online and how to stay safe
  • Polkadots out of school care We will be creating our very own SID Polkadots mascot and creating posters on top tips on how we can keep ourselves safe online.
  • Parents' Voice We will be sharing online safety information for families via social media.
  • The Grange Therapeutic School For Safer Internet Day 2019, we will hold a whole-school assembly, run a e-Safety poster design competition, take part in the county e-safety survey & will run some activities from the SID2019 website
  • CLIC Trust We will be having lessons centered around being safe online, each school in the trust will have activities on different devices showing the students the importance of online safety.
  • St Thomas Becket Catholic Primary School The children will take part in activities to explore the meaning of consent in the online world. Parents will be invited to work with their children and will also attend a discussion on safety.