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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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  • Forth Community Resource Centre Steering Group Sm campaign running throughout the week
  • St Marie's Catholic Primary School We are promoting the day for our children in school and through remote learning to highlight the importance of staying safe online and how to keep safe when using the internet.
  • Happy Days We will be exploring the story Chickin Clickin and making a display about how we can keep ourselves safe online.
  • Goldsmith Primary Academy Goldsmith Primary Academy are proud to participate in Safer Internet Day 2021. We will be producing #InternetWeCanTrust decorated templates and discussing online habits and how to stay safe online.
  • Abercanaid Community School All classes through-out the school are exploring this years theme 'An internet we trust: exploring reliability in the online world' through a variety of activities as part of online learning.
  • St. Margaret's Infant School Providing online resources for our huge number of families currently home schooling.
  • The Peterborough School The whole school community is being encouraged to actively seek opportunities to get the conversation around the evaluation of information online going. A series of daily challenges will be set.
  • National Education Union To support Safer Internet Day in 2021, the NEU is committed to promoting the day to our 450,000 members. We will be promoting it on social media and signposting resources to members.
  • Bourne Westfield Primary Academy The children will be discussing keeping safe online and learning how we know what/who we can and can't trust online. Our assemblies will focus on online safety.
  • St Stephen's Infant School Canterbury This year we will be recording sessions of teachers reading Internet Safety themed children's book appropriate to EYFS and KS1 children. We will share advice for remote learning too.
  • St. Joseph's College Prep School Focused esafety lessons, during computing lessons. esafety assembly for all age groups..
  • 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.
  • Royal Gibraltar Police Royal Gibraltar Police are celebrating Safer Internet Day with social media posts, press release, working together with other agencies, videos for social media and speaking with local media.
  • Southbroom Infants School We are having poster competition and taking part in lots of activities to do with staying safe online.
  • Heathfield Primary School Heathfield Primary School will be looking at 'Fake News' online and how we can help those around us spot it.
  • St Peter and St Paul C of E Infant School Remote learning themed around Safer Internet Day.
  • New Mill Schools We are sharing resources with online and in school learners and taking the Quiz! We want to be part of the Guiness World Record Pledge too.
  • Heritage High School We will be having special assemblies, a poster competition (the winning posters will be displayed in school), having Safer Internet Day lessons and making displays of advice and student work
  • Mountfield Heath School Both onsite and remote learners will be watching the assembly. We will be taking part in Internet safety quizzes and we will be designing Safer Internet Super Hero's.
  • Supercell Supercell will use the day to reach out to our millions of players around the world with a message reminding us all to consider our collective roles in making social games places of kind inclusivity.
  • Moss Park Junior School All children will be watching virtual assemblies. Each year group will be doing different activities including an e-safety scavenger hunt, online games, a poster competition, debates and art work.
  • St.Martin’s CE (VA) Primary School Salisbury We’ll be playing some online safety games and quizzes using our remote learning platforms. The focus will be on online reputation and protecting our privacy online.
  • Alexandra Junior School We will be sharing the online assembly with our children and each year group will be completing appropriate e-safety activities during the afternoon.
  • BishoptonPRU We will be delivering TEAMS online session and discussions around keeping safe and using the internet responsibly as well as making pupils and parent/Carers aware of how to discuss issues openly.
  • Church Walk CE Primary School Watching the BBC live lesson Encouraging pupils to design and share posters and to look at this website
  • Bluecube Technology Systems Bluecube will be sharing its cyber security knowledge and advice with a range of bitesize blogs suitable for all readers.
  • Breckenbrough School On going classroom curriculum in PSHE - whole school recognition of the day including on-line teams assembly.
  • Nishkam Multi Academy Trust Online lessons
  • Bushey Primary Education Federation Promoting and talking about staying safe online particularly at this time when we as adults are pushing our children onto screens to access learning (often unsupervised).
  • Mount St. Michael's Primary School We are making pupils aware of the importance of being safe on the internet.