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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

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  • EduCare - part of Tes EduCare is supporting this year's Safer Internet Day by providing free excerpts from our Online Safety and Digital Resilience courses.
  • Hill View Primary School We will continue with our Active Bytes work in each year group, as well as hold a whole school assembly. All staff have also refreshed their online safety training.
  • Bispham Drive Junior School Each class are taking part in activities about their online personal profile. We are thinking about how we represent ourselves, in particular how our actions online represent us.
  • Treorchy Comprehensive School Year 7 and 8 pupils will be completing a session dedicated to their online identity and how to be a supportive participant in their internet use. All pupils will make a pledge to support their use.
  • Devoran School We will be doing a special assembly to raise awareness of Safer Internet Day as well as doing online safety lessons in every class. We will also be sending out guidance to parents about online safety.
  • Grayshott Primary School We plan to hold an assembly, have internet safety lessons and fun activities for Safer Internet Day.
  • Children in Scotland We are committed to creating a safe and accessible online experience for our members, network and the children and young people we work with and will promote these messages in the context of SID.
  • Ysgol Plas Brondyffryn Whole school assembly, Minecraft activities, making an avatar in Purplemash, Minecraft biscuits, word searches, watching Safer Internet Day film & sorting activity of what's safe & what's not online.
  • Swanbourne House School Whole school events - keeping safe on the internet quizzes, whole school Kahoot!, and a focus on Safer Internet Day lessons during the week to all the children.
  • Longsands Community Primary School We are holding a Safer Internet Wonder Day throughout school to promote safe use of the internet for our primary pupils and their parents.
  • Ysgol Santes Fair Caergybi We will have our digital hero group lead an assembly to the school and each class will deliver activities from the supporting education packs.
  • St. Peter's Collegiate School All of Year 7 will be spending the whole day doing activities. Year 8 will be doing activities in their Computing lessons throughout the week. The rest of the school will have assemblies.
  • Alderman Richard Hallam We will hold assemblies and then follow-up activities in classrooms after. We will hold a parent drop-in session after school.
  • Keep it 100 Youth CIC We will promote awareness of Safer Internet Day via our website and social media platforms.
  • Tibshelf Infant & Nursery School We are hosting a whole school Computing day with Education City and Traci Good, Derbyshire Online Safety Lead joining us for the day.
  • Woodcraft Folk Woodcraft Folk will be reviewing its guidance on social media and online communication. We will also be sharing Safer Internet Day resources with volunteers and young members who attend our groups.
  • St. George's C of E Primary School We shall be using resources provided by the UK Safer Internet Centre to support learning across the school.
  • Cleveland Police The Mini Police from Cleveland will be learning how to use the Internet safely, and will be using this knowledge to further educate their peers back at their respective schools.
  • Castleview School Digital Leaders will start the day by leading an assembly, we will have a "what does my avatar say about me?" activity and Digital Leaders have planned a range of activities to be delivered in class.
  • Euxton St. Mary's Catholic Primary School We will be looking at the different ways we can make a positive contribution to the online world through our choices and actions. We will also be promoting our new Safer Schools App with our parents.
  • The Diana Award We’re proud to support Safer Internet Day and will be encouraging all our schools and Anti-Bullying Ambassadors to get involved. We look forward to working in collaboration with other organisations.
  • Castell Alun High School To celebrate Safer Internet Day we will be holding special assemblies and lessons focusing on how learners can keep themselves safe online.
  • Boys' and Girls' Clubs of Wales During the week of Safer Internet Day 2020 we will be going out to our youth clubs delivering Safer Internet sessions, focusing on the hashtag 'Free to be me' and Online Identity.
  • Yaxley Infant School We will be doing an assembly, classroom activities around the internet and classroom activities around the children's identities.
  • West Kidlington Primary School We will be doing a range of activities from the Safer Internet Day website and have an assembly about online safety.
  • St John's PS Coleraine We are celebrating Safer Internet Day in school with a range of activities throughout all the Key Stages.
  • St Wilfrid's CE Primary School We will be raising awareness with a whole school assembly and taking part in class activities throughout the day. Children from Foundation Stage to Year 6 will then share their experiences.
  • 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!
  • NVRnorthampton Promoting via social media
  • Melrose Primary School We will be providing both learners and parent/carers with learning opportunities on the day. We will also have a reflection assembly on the Friday to look back on what we have learned.