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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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  • Crumlin Integrated Primary School All classes will participate in Safer Internet Day activities. KS2 will attend an assembly hosted by the Police.
  • Beardall Fields Primary School We are using the Safer Internet Day resources to help us think about how to keep ourselves safe online, how we can all be #freetobeme on the Internet and what is and isn’t ok to share online.
  • Rosemellin Primary School There will be assemblies lead by the pupils online safety committee, and activities will take place throughout the week using the UK Safer Internet Centre resources and Gooseberry Planet.
  • Rainbow Primary School The school will have two assemblies for KS2 and KS1 pupils. We will be showing videos from the Safer Internet Day website - pupils will also be carrying out different activities from the resources.
  • University of Lincoln/School of Health and Social Care We will be working with students to raise awareness of issues around online safety.
  • Pucklechurch C of E Primary School Our Digi Crew Leaders will be launching the day with an assembly and then leading workshops for children throughout the day. Pucklechurch are very excited to be promoting safer use!
  • Carr Hill Community Primary School A whole school celebration of Safer Internet Day where each year group will plan and take part in a variety of activities linked to Internet Safety culminating in a whole school assembly on Friday.
  • Scottish Autism We will be thinking about how we stay safe online across all the classes in our school.
  • Oaklands Junior School We will have a Safer Internet Day assembly and special lessons to promote e-safety.
  • The Community College We will deliver assemblies to all students and include a piece to parents in The College weekly bulletin.
  • Middleton Technology School All of KS3 will be taking part in activities relating to the theme of this year's Safer Internet Day in their Computer Science lessons.
  • St. Saviour's C of E Primary School Children will be taking part in different activities linked to staying safe online in Computing lessons. Parents will be invited to an internet safety coffee afternoon.
  • 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.
  • Straight A Training We are a training provider specialising in Apprenticeships and will be adding to our existing safeguarding programme with extra focus and learning activities discussing internet safety in February.
  • Our Lady of Walsingham Catholic Primary School Our Digital Leaders will be holding an assembly for the whole school and running a competition to make posters to be displayed around the school and on our school website.
  • Peterborough United Foundation We are working with a local primary school on the day. Pupils will also be given 'homework' to design an e-safety poster and we will award football ticket prizes to the selected winners.
  • 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.
  • Homer First School and Nursery For Safer Internet Day we will be having special assemblies for our EYFS, KS1 & KS2 children. Teachers will work through activities on the day and throughout the week.
  • National Education Union The NEU will be promoting this year's theme of “free to be me” to our members and signposting to UK Safer Internet Centre's resources to empower schools to embed these issues in their teaching.
  • St. Ronan's Primary and Nursery School All classes will be following lessons and be reminded of the SMART posters displayed in each class.
  • Facebook We are delighted to be supporting Safer Internet Day again in 2020. We are working with a huge number of stakeholders across the world to help promote Safer Internet Day resources and campaigns.
  • 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.
  • The Bentley Federation For Safer Internet Day our children will be creating posters, films and blogs to help our community to be resilient, have fun and stay safe online.
  • Greenbank College We will be promoting Safer Internet Day throughout the college.
  • Longwell Green Primary School A day themed around online safety with engaging lessons and informative assemblies taking place throughout the school.
  • Northwood Primary School As a school we will be taking part in a number of classroom activities and discussions centred around this year's theme of "Together for a better internet".
  • Rosemount Primary And Nursery School Design posters to promote Safer Internet Day, compile a list of ways to ensure online safety, include information in our school newsletter and involve outside agencies to give talks to the pupils.
  • Manchester United Football Club and Manchester United Foundation We plan to host workshops with staff and children and disseminate relevant messages through our social media channels.
  • Ysgol Maes Owen We are planning to host a whole-school safeguarding week with a focus on online safety.
  • Hermitage Primary School We will have assemblies, parent talks and cross-class activities for the entire week!