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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
  • Robert le Kyng Primary School We are planning a whole school internet safety day with a range of activities for our 320 pupils.
  • Townley Grammar School Safer Internet Day Fayre with stalls and the biggest Safer Internet Day Kahoot! in the hall at lunchtime run by our student ambassadors.
  • Bottesford Junior School We are celebrating Safer Internet Day in assembly and using the day as inspiration to promote better and safer online communities. We will get all creative by making new school avatars!
  • Kids In Charge We are celebrating by providing a Safer Internet Day workshop with activities for parents and children.
  • Cwmrhydyceirw Our school Digital Whizz Kids will be leading two internet safety assemblies, one for Foundation Phase and one for KS2 children. They will also be opening a diary room to survey children.
  • Hatton Park Primary School In our school, we will be holding KS1 and KS2 assemblies, holding class lessons and using the resources from the UK Safer Internet Centre website with pupils.
  • Oakleaf Medical Practice We are celebrating Safer Internet Day by using the resources provided to be placed within the practice to increase awareness for children, carers and professionals about staying safe online.
  • Eltham College Every student in the Senior School will be taking part in form time activities using the resources provided by the UK Safer Internet Centre to explore online identities and developing diversity.
  • Carterton Library We will be giving out Avoiding Scams and Scamwise booklets at the library during IT sessions.
  • Orton Wistow Primary School For Safer Internet Day, we will hold a whole school assembly and every class will do an online safety lesson in the week.
  • Clarion Futures Clarion Futures will fund organisations to deliver bespoke online safety sessions to young people aged between 11-24 in schools, colleges and youth centres across England.
  • Lizard Child Trust We actively promote internet safety guidance on our Facebook page and website, as well as having meaningful discussions with children in our breakfast and after-school clubs.
  • Duke’s Aldridge Academy We are doing e-safety topics in PHSE for students and sending details to share with tutors. We will display presentations and videos related to e-safety on TVs around school.
  • Shetland Library We will have a Safer Internet Day 2020 awareness display for children & parents in Shetland Library & online learning centre. All available SID information, leaflets & posters made available to all.
  • St Crispin's CPI School Pupils throughout the school will be using the Safer Internet Day resources provided to generate discussion.
  • The Education and Skills Partnership Ltd We are raising awareness as well as implementing new software to celebrate Safer Internet Day.
  • Ampertaine Primary School We will be taking part in school-wide activities that promote safer use of internet-based technologies and getting parents involved with some home-school link activities.
  • Loretto School Pupils will learn about Safer Internet Day at Headmaster's double, via our social media platforms & posters. They will be encouraged to talk to staff and we will raise awareness in our community too.
  • Southmead Primary School We will be having an assembly to promote Safer Internet Day. There will also be training for teachers, staff and parents/carers.
  • Mortimer Primary School We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day across all age groups in our school with age appropriate classroom activities and special assemblies.
  • Duke of Kent School We will be hosting talks for each section of the school: Pre-Prep, Prep and Seniors. There will be workshops in lessons and an assembly focusing on our school value of 'Respect' online.
  • aplace4computing Working with schools around the theme of staying safe online.
  • Our Lady of Sion School We are exploring various resources during tutor time sessions and encouraging discussions around this year’s theme.
  • Lostock Hall Academy We will display posters and promote the day in school and on social media to raise awareness. We plan to use resources in tutor time and incorporate them in to our Life Studies program for all years.
  • YGG Castell-nedd We at YGG Castell-nedd will be arranging an array of internet safety activities throughout the school highlighting the importance to young learners, staff, parents and carers of being safe online.
  • St. Stephen's C of E Primary School We are collaborating across our MAT to ensure that children develop an understanding of the safe use of ICT
  • 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.
  • Sevenoaks Primary School We will be taking part in activities across the school on the 11th to raise awareness of SID and so students can include their families in the conversation about safer internet use.
  • Schools Computing Running OnSafe20 Conference on 15th Jan with lots of support for schools for Safer Internet Day and working with schools through the week supporting online safety.
  • Longwell Green Primary School A day themed around online safety with engaging lessons and informative assemblies taking place throughout the school.