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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

  • 1,291
  • 110
  • 126
  • 51
  • 12
  • 107
  • Biddick Hall Infant and Nursery School We are having a computer and internet safety week in school. A special assembly will be held to discuss the work completed in classes this week.
  • Royal Wootton Bassett Academy We are planning to use the free Safer Internet Day resources provided during tutor time on 11th February.
  • Woods Bank Academy Each class will be exploring how to create and maintain a positive identity online and how they can use the internet to express themselves in a positive and empowering way.
  • Light Oaks Infant School We will be continuing to educate children how stay safe online, ensuring that they know that if something happens online that makes them sad, scared or uncomfortable they know to tell a trusted adult.
  • Meadowbank Primary School The whole school Nursery - Y6 will be completing specific lessons linked to internet safety. We will hold a whole school assembly to raise awareness about keeping safe online.
  • The Meadows Primary School and Resource Base We are participating in a range of age appropriate activities provided by Purple Mash across the week as part of the children’s allotted computing time and younger children will have class discussion.
  • Education Staffing Link Limited We are celebrating Safer Internet Day by posting information and links to the website across our social media channels. Our business is education recruitment so the info is particularly relevant.
  • Life Chance Education We will deliver a session and have conversations in each of our classrooms that will focus on how to stay safe online.
  • Global Academy We are holding themed assemblies for all years in celebration of Safer Internet Day.
  • Prince's Trust Cymru We plan to deliver sessions to young people we work with and help them to take on responsibility for promoting Safer Internet Day within their own communities.
  • St Mary and St John CE Primary School Key stage assemblies on 11th, activities during the week with class teachers, information sent home, and building Safer Internet Day resources into our curriculum.
  • Holme Valley Primary School Safer Internet Day is part of our whole school lessons about keeping safe online throughout the year. We will be doing activities, talks and assemblies during the week of #SID20 for all ages.
  • The Bishops' C of E Learning Academy Our pupil Digital Leaders have planned a range of activities and an assembly for the whole school to take part in.
  • Gabalfa Primary We will be having a special Safer Internet Day assembly and classes will be carrying out activities on how to stay safe online.
  • 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.
  • Trend Micro We will promote Safer Internet Day on our Twitter feed and our LinkedIn blog.
  • Benhurst Primary School We will be engaging children in innovative activities across the whole school to continue to embed internet safety learning.
  • St Francis Primary School - Falmouth St Francis will be encouraging our children to think of their own interaction with the online world and encouraging them to reflect on their digital identity through a series of activities.
  • TrilbyTV Our schools will be downloading a presentation created by Childnet to showcase on their digital signage screens.
  • KTS Academy Safer Internet Day will be delivered across the departments and pupils will produce posters/leaflets/fact files about the importance of keeping safe online.
  • Sybil Elgar school We are doing an assembly, preparing posters, lessons and photographic presentations.
  • Broomhaugh CE First School We will explore avatars - who are we online? Mixed-age whole school workshops will be delivered by staff, "are we #freetobe?" will be explored, and BigFoot will deliver e-safety workshops.
  • Lostock Hall Juniors Football Club LHJFC will promote Safer Internet Day to our 500+ children and young people via our social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram). We’ll also raise awareness with parents/carers & coaches.
  • Temple Learning Academy Whole phase assemblies will take place across all primary year groups and KS3 pupils will have extra online safety lessons and safe mobile phone lessons throughout the week.
  • Red Oaks Primary School Whole school assembly delivered by our cyber mentors. Activities surrounding Safer Internet Day will then be happening in the classrooms.
  • 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.
  • Hugh Gaitskell Primary School Our Digital Leaders will be sharing presentations and organising a range of activities for all of our pupils. Extra information will be posted on our website including tips for parents and carers.
  • St John's College, Juniors For Safer Internet Day, Childnet Digital Leaders will be running an assembly that involves all pupil and staff, about creating their online image.
  • Unsworth Primary School As a school we will be considering this year's theme each day and individual classes will share work via Twitter.
  • St Comgall's PS Bangor We will have KidsMeet assemblies, lots of lessons, a visit from Allstate for a talk on Cyber-Bullying and use apps such as Digiduck and Childnet Resources as well as Google Internet Legends.