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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
  • 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.
  • Shrewsbury House Pre-preparatory School We will raise e-safety awareness and have a whole school assembly, and are also having an Education visit from Childnet after Safer Internet Day.
  • Heyhouses Endowed C E Primary School Fro Safer Internet Day, we will be holding an assembly and having lessons to raise the issue of internet safety with students.
  • Leigh Academy Blackheath We will be running assemblies and promoting the day in our academy newsletter. A group of staff and students will also be attending the Safer Internet Day Conference at the BT Centre.
  • Ysgol Dyffryn Cledlyn Some children will be attending the premiere of their internet safety film in Cardiff and will be viewing other films in the final. Pupils will also be sharing dos and don'ts back in school.
  • Ysgol Gynradd Aberaeron We will be holding a whole school assembly and actively promoting safer use of the internet through fun and interesting classroom activities from Nursery to Year 6.
  • Young Scot Young Scot will be sharing information for young people about internet safety and cyber resilience as well as opportunities to get involved with, across our digital platform and social media channels.
  • Young Scot New content specific to Safer Internet Day will be created and shared through social media sites to target young people and encourage them to get involved.
  • Catchgate Primary School This year each class will be using the Safer Internet Day resources in class to encourage safety online and for a display in our Computing room. There will also be an assembly for the whole school.
  • The Meadows Primary Academy All children will take part in a variety of activities that will help them to understand how to stay safe online. This year they will look at identities and what is acceptable to share online.
  • Nendrum College Comber For Safer Internet Day, our pupils are making an iMovie to promote safer internet use.
  • Torfield School We are having a poster competition to make others aware of how to stay safe online. We also have created a 'Who Wants to be a Millionaire' quiz on e-safety and the whole school took part in assembly.
  • Cornist Park CP We are celebrating by using the lesson packs across school and our E-Cadets will be leading an assembly. Also one of 5/6 classes (as finalists) will be attending the screening in Cardiff.
  • BBC Young Reporter We will promote digital content-making and resilience resources to schools, colleges and youth organisations.
  • Scargill Infant School We will be staring the day with a whole school assembly and then the children will go into different year groups to complete tasks linked to this year's theme.
  • Bates Wells We invited Childnet to come and speak to staff about online safety. We'll also be raising awareness amongst our clients and followers on the day itself through a blog and social media posts.
  • Carterhatch Infant School Whole school assembly on the day, 2 circle time sessions focusing on online safety & we asked parents what their concerns around online safety are so we can provide targeted advice & support for them.
  • JSPC Computer Services Ltd West Sussex County Council Headteacher's Event along with an internet safety poster competition for all of our 200+ schools. Involves our local MP as judge.
  • 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.
  • The Peterborough School Social media campaign led by our Digital Leaders, an assembly, tutor time activities and information to parents.
  • Bilborough Sixth Form College To celebrate Safer Internet Day we will do displays, post on social media and provide information for the student in their tutor groups.
  • Ysgol Gynradd Aberteifi Digital wizards will visit each class with a PowerPoint presentation about e-safety and will have a question and answer session with each class.
  • Crowhurst CE Primary School We will have activities in class and whole school assemblies for Safer Internet Day.
  • Yangon International School We are starting with a few QR code-driven videos, putting the posters on every possible display-boards in the school. I am hopeful about the rest of the week!
  • Bunscoil Mhic Reachtain We are going to hold a whole school assembly for Safer Internet Day.
  • St Cuthbert's Catholic Primary School This year we will hold an assembly for both the whole school and parents. Each class will be discussing and completing their own activity based on internet safety to be displayed around school.
  • St. Mary's Primary School, Barr All children are involved in lessons and a whole school assembly is being held. The parents have been informed via our school app and the link for parents information has been shared as well.
  • Global Academy We are holding themed assemblies for all years in celebration of Safer Internet Day.
  • Yardley Primary School We will be promoting internet safety for the whole day throughout school, carrying out activities and lessons from Reception to Year 6.
  • Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Primary School The whole school will be celebrating Safer Internet Day through a range of lessons and activities which explore using technology responsibly, respectfully, critically and creatively.