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Safer Internet Day 2020 Supporters

See the organisations across the UK helping to deliver activities for Safer Internet Day 2020.

Total Safer Internet Day Supporters

  • 1,291
  • 110
  • 126
  • 51
  • 12
  • 107
  • St. Joseph’s Catholic Primary School At St. Joseph’s, pupils will be considering their ‘online image’ through different activities to build a kinder online world. Our new Digital Leaders are also being unveiled this week!
  • Wrangle Primary School For Safer Internet Day, we are having Penguin Pig-themed activities.
  • Glenwood School We will be doing activities during lesson time. Also there will be a whole school assembly for Safer Internet Day.
  • De La Salle College We will have poster competitions and year group assemblies for Safer Internet Day.
  • Penygawsi Primary School. Our pupil Digital Leaders have organised a whole school assembly and Safer Internet Day activities for every class in the school throughout the day.
  • Sydenham School Sydenham School will be celebrating Safer Internet Day 2020 through whole school assemblies, tutor time activities and related displays around school.
  • Northumberland Libraries We will be having displays in our libraries to promote Safer Internet Day and the resources that are available and highlight the free help sessions we offer people about being safe online.
  • Shrewsbury High School Across the school we will be completing Internet Safety activities during our enrichment and form times to ensure we are confident and safe users of the Internet!
  • Play Healing Debi will be hosting workshops in schools and online. Debi focusses on encouraging parents to play & create a family framework that helps to strengthen relationships & keep children safe.
  • Perth Grammar School We will be basing our lessons in Computing Science on Safer Internet Day 2020.
  • Christ the Redeemer We will be participating in a range of workshops relevant to each Key Stage led by the UICT team. We have arranged for local business Allstate to lead specific age group workshops with 110 pupils.
  • East Ardsley Primary Academy We will create emoji tickets and a school affirmation and discuss online identity.
  • Nendrum College Comber For Safer Internet Day, our pupils are making an iMovie to promote safer internet use.
  • Camphill Wakefield For Safer Internet Day, we will be identifying how to stay safe on the internet through PSHE sessions and a display.
  • KCOM To celebrate SID 2020, we’re hosting a day of fun activities at the KCOM Stadium focusing on keeping children safe online. There will also be special appearances from some Hull City footballing stars.
  • Sound View Media On Safer Internet Day 2020 we'll be spreading the word and reminding everyone that we're working together for a better internet.
  • Llandybie Primary School For Safer Internet Day, we will continue to educate, support and offer advice to our pupils and families on how to use the internet safely.
  • Middlesbrough FC We will be aiming to create awareness of Safer Internet Day via our digital media channels and in-stadium activity.
  • St Mary and St Andrew's Catholic Primary School We are designing cyber-angels for every child in school reminding each other of how to keep safe online!
  • Walsall Council This Safer Internet Day we will be supporting schools to deliver lessons about internet safety.
  • Orchards Church of England Academy We will be taking part in activities across the school using resources from Barefoot Computing, Interland and Think U Know.
  • St. John's CE Academy Whole school assembly, child-prepared assembly by Cyber Squad and individual lessons on e-safety.
  • Willaston CE Primary School Whole school internet safety assembly to promote Safer Internet Day. We will also send internet safety and safeguarding information to all parents and add information and useful links to our website.
  • Nancealverne School We will celebrate Safer Internet Day by running quizzes, assemblies and workshops.
  • Shirley Manor Primary Academy We will be taking part in a variety of activities throughout the day including a whole school assembly and inviting parents in to celebrate Safer Internet Day.
  • PSHE Association The PSHE Association will be promoting the day on social media — encouraging colleagues to use SID 2020 as an opportunity to address the vital topic of online safety with young people.
  • St Marks Out of School Club We will reinforce learning about internet safety with children and email links to Safer Internet Day information to parents.
  • Haverfordwest High VC School We are running messages throughout the week for all form groups, and running assemblies on internet safety.
  • Four Oaks Primary We will hold assemblies, discuss online safety with children and send online safety messages home with children so that parents can get involved too.
  • Bromley High School Seniors Our Digital Leaders put on a whole school assembly for the theme of Data & Identity, this was combined with tutors taking part in a competition on behalf of their forms to see who remembered the most.