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Safer Internet Day 2020 Supporters

Join organisations from across the UK and register as a Safer Internet Day Supporter. We'll regularly update the list with new supporters over the coming months, so register now to see your organisation featured on the map. For inspiration, see what people across the UK are doing to celebrate Safer Internet Day 2020!

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Total Safer Internet Day Supporters

1,741
  • 1,325
    School/college
  • 111
    Charity/youth
  • 128
    Business
  • 52
    Government
  • 12
    Police
  • 113
    Other
  • British Council As an official supporter of Safer Internet Day, British Council has distributed its campaign to country educational leads to spread the safer internet message across its business.
  • Kid Ease Swingfield House We will be updating our Online Safety Parent Newsletter and having a technology day and promoting safe internet use and safe searches.
  • Sharples Primary School We are having lessons to promote Digital Citizenship and how to stay safe online.
  • Federation of Mowden Safer Internet Day will be promoted through whole school assemblies and through our PSHE curriculum.
  • Co-op Academy Portland We’ve had a whole school internet safety assembly in preparation for the week, been watching NSPPC info and we are all completing the internet safety quizzes on PurpleMash.
  • Lethbridge Primary Creating awareness among children
  • 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.
  • De La Salle College We will have poster competitions and year group assemblies for Safer Internet Day.
  • Beaming Beaming will provide cyber security analysis, advice, guides and training tools via our website and social media, with a particular focus on advice for the education sector.
  • St Brigid’s Primary School Downpatrick We plan to hold competitions, challenges and art competitions.
  • Bunscoill Rhumsaa Our Year 6 ICT club leaders will be leading two assemblies. This will be followed up with a program of activities planned and organised by them and their club members.
  • Cowley International College We will have a Safer Internet Week across all year groups. We will discuss how we can stay safe online and work with a wide range of resources.
  • Norwich City Football Club Social media coverage on the day through official accounts, advertising on big screen in the stadium during Liverpool match (15/02/20) and an advert in club programme.
  • Aberdeenshire Council We will be sharing Safer Internet Day resources on Twitter and Facebook about how to keep safe online.
  • Kidscape We will delivering high impact online safety and cyberbullying programmes to children, parents, carers and professionals and we will be promoting digital confidence, resilience and awareness.
  • The Folkestone School for Girls We will be organising activities during form time about safe internet use for our students.
  • Aston Villa Aston Villa FC are raising awareness across the academy and the Foundation. This will be done via lessons, games and activities as well as staff training.
  • Banks Lane Infant and Nursery School We are celebrating Safer Internet Day this year by using the great resources provided in all of our classes. We are also running lunchtime e-safety sessions.
  • Moor Hey Schoool This Safer Internet Day, the teachers will be teaching online safety and hold a whole school assembly etc.
  • Brickhill Primary School We shall be commencing the week with an assembly about staying safe online and introducing this year's topic to the children. Throughout the week each child shall take part in a range of activities.
  • Cooley Primary School We are using Safer Internet Day resources and holding workshops for pupils.
  • St Helen's Primary School We are having a #freetobe themed assembly led by our Digital Leaders, holding a home eSafety competition, whole school display on the theme and a drop-in eSafety session for parents.
  • Woodcroft Primary School We are planning a whole-school assembly and online games to quiz pupils in every class.
  • St Mary's High School Newry Students will all receive a tailored lesson using the resources provided in the Personal Development Lesson. The whole school will receive an assembly on Safer Internet Day.
  • Moor Hall Primary School We will hold assemblies, discuss online safety with children and send online safety messages home with children so that parents can get involved too.
  • Bransgore C of E Primary School We will carry out lessons across the school, do a parent information session and workshop for staff.
  • Little Sutton Primary School We will hold assemblies, discuss online safety with children and send online safety messages home with children so that parents can get involved too.
  • Gabalfa Primary We will be having a special Safer Internet Day assembly and classes will be carrying out activities on how to stay safe online.
  • MovieStarPlanet The MovieStarPlanet team are once again busy creating in-game content and themes to celebrate SID 2020. This is a special day for MSP where we involve our users in the creation of positive content.
  • Ysgol Ffwrnes We are planning an assembly and activities to promote e-safety throughout the week.