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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
  • Ashgrove Primary We are very concerned with internet safety and as part of our Digital Literacy Programme we will be having age-appropriate assemblies as well as class discussions and activities.
  • 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.
  • Sandal Castle VA Community Primary School Launch assemblies for EYFS, KS1 and KS2, activities led by Digital Leaders in KS1 and KS2, Purple Mash online safety activities and parent drop-ins.
  • Foundry Lane Primary School Each class is completing an Internet Safety activity, key stage assemblies will happen, leaflets have been created to send out at the end of the day and we are holding a competition for all children.
  • Crowmoor Primary School We will be holding a whole school assembly, carrying out a range of activities from Reception to Year 6 as well as involving parents and carers in recognising the importance of internet safety.
  • BBC Young Reporter We will promote digital content-making and resilience resources to schools, colleges and youth organisations.
  • Senior Moments Care LLP We will be holding internet security sessions for our elderly clients and those who attend our after school session.
  • 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.
  • Thomas Estley Community College As a college we will be delivering whole school assemblies and our Be Strong online ambassadors will be delivering workshops.
  • St Gregory's Catholic Academy Each class will explore the theme #freetobe. They will explore online identity and consider whether they and their peers are truly free to be themselves online.
  • Upstart Projects We are promoting digital literacy and safe internet use through our online magazine for young people.
  • Waunfawr Primary School We will have a pupil-voice led assembly delivered by our Digi-heroes and a range of in-class workshops and activities.
  • St John's PS Coleraine We are celebrating Safer Internet Day in school with a range of activities throughout all the Key Stages.
  • Boarding Schools' Association The Boarding Schools’ Association and our 600 independent and state boarding schools will celebrate Safer Internet Day by running events, online campaigns, assemblies and sessions with boarding pupils
  • Nyland School We have planned a variety of activities to promote online safety for Safer Internet Day.
  • Dundee and Angus College There will be a number of display stands around the college where we will be promoting all things Internet Safety as a general rule, and concentrating on this year's specific themes where possible.
  • Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport We will be supporting Safer Internet by disseminating relevant information, resources and advice via social media.
  • Lakeside Primary School The Lakeside Digital Leaders have been shortlisted in the final for the Welsh Government Safer Internet Day competition.They will be hosting an assembly and running poster/rap/song competitions.
  • Ryelands Primary and Nursery School Ryelands are going to be thinking about our conduct online and focusing in on our digital footprints. Which version of ourselves are we portraying online?
  • Mount Tamar School We are having numerous activities over the week of Safer Internet Day and plan to involve all of our students.
  • Crowhurst CE Primary School We will have activities in class and whole school assemblies for Safer Internet Day.
  • The Sutton Academy We will be sharing lots of useful tips on e-safety with our students and getting them involved in the Safer Internet Day activities provided.
  • North Lanarkshire Child Protection Committee We will promote the use of Safer Internet Day materials across schools in our local authority and share messages and links targeted at parents through social media channels.
  • Internet Association IA is celebrating SID 2020 by publishing a blog post and social media to raise awareness of the efforts internet companies take to promote a positive and safe online experience for people of all ages.
  • Carolina House Trust Celebrating Safer Internet Day by holding the Safer Internet Day quiz and #freetobeme exercise with staff for a little fun with a serious message.
  • Ballyclare High School On Safer Internet Day, all of our pupils will be given the opportunity to explore their online identity during sessions led by our Digital Leaders.
  • Perranporth Primary School At Perranporth School we will be running activities throughout the week that help us to think about the way we present ourselves online, how to stay safe and who to talk to if we are worried.
  • 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.
  • Zouch Academy The whole school is celebrating with an assembly and during their computing lessons. Our Digital Leaders are presenting a online safety assembly to KS2!
  • Idris Davies School 3-18 We will be running a special assembly and activities throughout Safer Internet Day to raise awareness of this year's focus.