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Safer Internet Day 2021 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 2021!

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Total Safer Internet Day Supporters

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  • Martin High School Hosting assemblies and carrying out activities in tutor time
  • Old Bexley Church of England Primary School We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day across the school. Each year group will have opportunities to explore reliability online.
  • Rockingham Primary School Our whole school will be taking part in activities linked to using the internet safely. We will be sharing the safer internet resources in school and with those who are learning remotely.
  • Thornton Primary School Thornton Primary School are celebrating Safer Internet Day by inviting parents to get involved, creating online safety displays, completing resources from the Education Packs and more.
  • Bromley High School GDST Bromley High Junior School will be delivering activities via live lessons online to all students. They will be creating pledges and finding out more through assemblies and stories.
  • Hemingford Grey Primary School Assembly and activities in classes.
  • PA Community Trust All of our schools will be celebrating Safer Internet Day - visit our school websites and Twitter pages to find out more.
  • Park School We are sharing the two assemblies for KS1 and KS2 at the start of the day. Reception and KS1 pupils design a Digiduck poster. KS2 pupils will choose media to spread idea of challenging online facts.
  • Lincoln St Christopher's School We will be providing home learning packages for our students.
  • St Patrick's RC Primary School Our school will be participating in internet safety lessons to explore reliability in the online world. We are also participating in SafetoNet's Competition and joining in with the BBC's live lesson.
  • Wellsprings Primary School A variety of Safer Internet Day activities across the school
  • Woolavington Village Primary School We are all taking part in an Online Safety assembly and then seperate, age appropriate, activities to show our understanding of how we know what to trust on the internet.
  • Sacred Heart Primary School Atherton We will be using 2Simple to support our learning and we'll be making our pledges as part of the Guinness World Record attempt.
  • Pilton infants school We will be focusing on how to keep ourselves safe on the internet. We will create posters based on traditional tales. We will look at smartie the penguin and focus on what to do when we are stuck.
  • Beechwood Park School We have or will be, tweeting, running online-safety themed assemblies, organising online-safety themed lessons, running a quiz, using the BandRunner game, sharing online-safety videos.... and more!
  • North East Futures UTC Virtual Assembly
  • Bonner Primary School Create posters, slides, campaign, photos and perhaps a video
  • St Marys CE Primary School Making posters and talking to the children about being safe online!!
  • Fostering Solutions We are going to put out a competition for families to get involved in creating a 'Safer Internet Superhero!' which will help them to think of ways we can be more internet savvy!
  • Archbishop Benson C of E Primary School We are becoming Digital Detectives and learning how to trust the information we find online. We shall be researching The North West Pacific Tree Octopus and sightings of bears in Truro!
  • Loreto Grammar School, Omagh Guest Speakers at Year Group Assemblies and sharing of resources and tasks.
  • Stoberry Park School We will be looking at the reliability of information online using eLIM's Apple Crumble Day website to question what is real, what is fake and how we can check.
  • Milton Abbey School Held a parents' webinar to make them aware of internet safety issues that may affect their teenagers. During our weekly Whole School Assembly, our online safety lead talked about fake news and trust.
  • Westover Green Community School and Autism Centre Each cohort will carry out activities based around e-safety throughout the day/week.
  • St. Patrick's P.S. Glenariff Online activities and links to support home learning.
  • Grove Academy In Grove Academy we are running an online digital footprint and cyber security awareness course with all S3 pupils.
  • Christ the Saviour Primary School Our Digital leaders are recording themselves presenting an assembly to the school as well as creating a quiz relating to reliability online for both KS1 and KS2.
  • British Council Hear from teachers globally on their work ensuring that young people are informed on safe internet use, as many schools teach remotely with less classroom supervision.
  • Valley Road Academy Assemblies, live Lessons, online safety videos and Purple Mash activities.
  • Caterham Prep We will be talking about how to keep safe and separate fact, opinion and misinformation online in our Wellbeing and Digital Innovation. The children will make their own videos to share advice.