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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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  • Hopelands Preparatory School We'll be raising awareness of making the internet a safer place by taking the Safer Internet Day Quiz, watching SID TV/films and Year 6 will have a School Beat Internet Safety session.
  • Heap Bridge Primary school All classes will take part in e safety day. Digital leaders in our school with help facilitation of lessons and run a whole school assembly.
  • St Michael and St Martin Catholic Primary School Y1/2 will use the app ChatterPix to retell the story of Smartie the Penguin Y3/4 will play the google game, Reality River Y5/6 will play online E-Safety quizzes on Kahoot and Quizizz
  • Christ the Redeemer We will be participating in a range of workshops relevant to each Key Stage led by the UICT team. We have arranged for local business Allstate to lead specific age group workshops with 110 pupils.
  • Lewis School Pengam During the week of Safer Internet Day a number of activities will take place. All students will receive assemblies and guest speakers will talk to them.
  • Ilmington CofE Primary School Our Online Safety Committee will be presenting an assembly to the rest of the school and all classes will be taking part in online safety activities during the day.
  • Ashford Prep School Children in Years 1 to 6 will be taking part in activities throughout the week to celebrate Safer Internet Day.
  • Al Furqan Primary School We will be having assemblies across the school and a series of workshops for students, parents and staff. This will be followed by a range of activities in the classroom promoting safety online.
  • Coleraine Grammar School We will hold whole school assemblies, form meetings, LLW classes and extended registration sessions.
  • St John's College Cardiff We will be running pupil assemblies for Safer Internet Day, as well as an interactive pupil-parent workshop and #freetobe template displays.
  • Nancealverne School We will celebrate Safer Internet Day by running quizzes, assemblies and workshops.
  • DNEAT Open Academy Norwich Our tutors will focus on the use of social media apps such as WhatsApp, Discord, Snapchat and Instagram et al. Wristbands with our 3C's (Content/Contact/Conduct) will be handed out to all learners.
  • ASOE - Association of Safeguarding Officers in Education The ASOE will be promoting Safer Internet Day to its members, sharing resources to be used in and around their schools, and encouraging members to share their resources and ideas.
  • Xcel2000 We will invite all of our foster children into our office and combine learning about how to stay safe online with fun. We'll be bringing in a gaming truck, getting children to build their own games.
  • Lakeview Primary School We will use some of the activities provided by the UK Safer Internet Centre, as well as having an assembly and sharing information with parents.
  • Greenfylde C of E First School Whole day off timetable focusing on online safety and raising the profile of it across the school. Digital Leaders will take the lead and be present across the school to support staff and pupils.
  • 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.
  • e92plus As a cybersecurity specialist, we'll be working with our partners and staff to run workshops for kids and parents in our local communities to help promote safe internet use.
  • Vale School We already teach the Be Internet Legends curriculum to KS2 and are using Childnet and Think You Know resources for Year 1. As for Safer Internet Day, we will have a whole week of E-safety activities.
  • Cogenhoe Primary School Our Safer Internet Day will be filled with different online safety activities and an assembly.
  • Southwold Primary & Nursery School Digital Leaders will be taking Key Stage assemblies and guiding children through a rotation of activities in our Digital Hub. Our Digital Leaders will then be promoting this in another school nearby.
  • Motherwell FC Community Trust We will be delivering information and advice to our 750 participants and promoting key messages in our work with schools.
  • The Folkestone School for Girls We will be organising activities during form time about safe internet use for our students.
  • Hamilton Academy We will be having discussions, watching videos and doing various activities around online safety, online identity and representation online in our computing lessons.
  • Thornhill Primary School We will be having a whole school assembly delivered by our Digital Leaders, class activities, quizzes and thought-provoking discussions about safe Internet use.
  • Spiral Partnership Trust Our six schools will be working together this year using online platforms like Skype to communicate to each other across our sites and inform the schools what they have learnt and share their skills.
  • Guardian Saints CIC We will be publishing a report based on surveys we have conducted with Foster Carers and young people in care regarding online safety. We aim to distribute this to all UK fostering services.
  • Bunscoil Phobal Feirste Workshops will be carried out in school for Safer Internet Day as well as an Internet Safety poster challenge.
  • Cedar IPS We will have a whole school focus on Safer Internet Day including sharing information with parents.
  • Place2Be We will be raising awareness amongst our partners schools, teachers, parents and young people.