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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

1,697
  • 1,291
    School/college
  • 110
    Charity/youth
  • 126
    Business
  • 51
    Government
  • 12
    Police
  • 107
    Other
  • Bridgewater High School We will be engaging our Y8 cohort in a day's rotation of sessions regarding esafety, reminding parents of our National Online Safety content and our Esafety Ambassadors will be contributing also.
  • Salford Priors C of E Academy All teachers will be having PSHE lessons, and it will be the focus of our collective worship assembly.
  • Jones Memorial Primary School The ICT Coordinator is having a special assembly, classes will be watching videos and using the discussions sheets, and parents will be provided with conversation starters for use at home.
  • 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.
  • The Holmesdale School Our student council will lead activities promoting how to be resilient online. Each student will discuss and sign our student acceptable use policy and the student friendly online policy.
  • The Eden SDA School Our students will take part in Safer Internet Day activities, we will provide parents with information to keep their children safe and Teachers and Governors with resources as educators.
  • Conduct Coaching Ltd We'll be posting about how to deal with cyberbullying in the workplace for Safer Internet Day.
  • Raddlebarn Primary School Raddlebarn Primary School will be holding Safer Internet Day assemblies and children will be learning about Safer Internet Day in class. KS2 will also have a debate with staff about online safety.
  • The Discovery School We will be educating the children on the importance of e-safety, children will be completing activities throughout the day based around e-safety, & a competition will be launched promoting e-safety.
  • SchoolBeat Cymru Our School Community Police Officers will deliver lessons on internet safety. We are a collaboration of Welsh Government, Dyfed Powys Police, Gwent Police, North Wales Police and South Wales Police.
  • Kent Children's University Kent Children's University & the Online Protection (Safeguarding) teams from The Education People have produced a free SID Challenge for children, schools and families launching on 11th February.
  • St Nicolas CE Academy We will be having a whole school online safety afternoon followed by staff and parent training sessions!
  • Phone-paid Services Authority By sharing great tips from www.phonebrain.org.uk and a lesson plan: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/be-smart-with-your-smartphone-say-goodbye-to-phone-bill-shocks-and-credit-calamities-11832455
  • Federation of Mowden Safer Internet Day will be promoted through whole school assemblies and through our PSHE curriculum.
  • Narborough Primary Academy We will begin the day with a whole school assembly and then various class-based activities are being delivered throughout the day by individual teachers, including some drama and craft!
  • Our Lady of Perpetual Succour R.C. Primary School, Blackburn There will be two whole school SID assemblies delivered by the Online Protection Squad. During our Friday's Celebration assembly, each class will share what they learnt all through the week.
  • Collins In support of Safer Internet Day 2020, we are excited to provide two free lesson plans for primary school teachers on the topic of internet safety. We will share these via our social media channels.
  • Outspoken Sex Ed We will link to Safer Internet Day in our newsletter - because our focus on getting parents to talk openly with their children about sex and relationships includes safeguarding & digital influences.
  • Polam Hall School For Safer Internet Day, the e-safety Leads for primary and secondary phases of the school will be delivering designated e-safety lessons appropriate to their age phase.
  • Childminding in Great Oakley We will talk to children on and around Safer Internet Day about being aware that not all is as it sometimes seems on the internet.
  • Bunscoil Mhic Reachtain We are going to hold a whole school assembly for Safer Internet Day.
  • Walsall Council This Safer Internet Day we will be supporting schools to deliver lessons about internet safety.
  • New Hartley First School We will be sharing stories in classes and assembly to highlight potential risks, as well as how individuals can take responsibility for our online behaviour and protect ourselves.
  • Shears Green Infant School We will have a whole school assembly, activities in each class & reading different stories regarding online safety issues such as Chicken Clicking, Troll Stinks & Once upon a time Online.
  • George White Junior School We will be holding a whole school assembly to raise awareness about Safer Internet Day and this year's theme. We will also be taking part in activities throughout the afternoon in class.
  • Marsh Lane Primary School We are planning a day of activities across school centred around being safe online.
  • St. Joseph's Catholic Primary School We will have assemblies for KS1 & KS2 and classroom-based workshops.
  • Ysgol Gynradd Felinfach We will use lesson plans and activities suggested in the school pack from the UK Safer Internet Centre.
  • Kiddi Caru Day Nurseries Group Kiddi Caru is promoting Smartie the Penguin with the addition of dance moves to go along with Smartie's safety song as well as creating a quiz for parents and carers to complete with their children.
  • Ballynahinch Primary School Classroom lessons, posters around school, positive tweets from school and a whole school assembly.