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Supporters

Thank you to the 650 organisations who supported Safer Internet Day 2014 by running activities and spreading the word.

Together we reached millions across theĀ UK.

  • The Ferns Primary Academy We shall be holding a whole school assembly and using the SID activities in school, watching and promoting SIDtv, using our Twitter accounts to promote the E-safety information on our website.
  • Grwp Llandrillo Menai There will be a number of events across two campuses. We'll have an online text wall, pop up photo booth (with disguises!), lunch feedback sessions, post it boards and hopefully roaming reporters :)
  • Birmingham City Council Birmingham's inter-agency Bullying Reduction Action Group (BRAG) along with Birmingham Safeguarding Children Board will be promoting SID and launching our own Cyber-safety campaign in Birmingham.
  • Rainow Primary School At Rainow we are constantly looking for ways to use the internet safely and responsibly - we realise that, used properly, it is an amazing resource. Safer Internet Day promises to be brilliant!
  • Brockhurst Infant School We are holding a coffee/information morning for parents to raise awareness. Assembly for the whole school and class activities.
  • Hillside Primary and Nursery School Hillside will be holding a whole school assembly and class activities throughout the day.
  • Internet Advertising Bureau UK The IAB - the trade body for digital advertising in the UK - has produced a video with Media Smart to raise understanding amongst children of how they will encounter commercial messaging online.
  • Tudhoe Colliery Primary School As a school we are planning on running a whole school theme weeks round the issues of safer internet and we cannot wait to get started. We have got lots of ideas from the safer internet website too!
  • Christ the King Catholic Primary School We are holding workshops for children during the day and an assembly on internet safety.
  • Cybersmile The Cybersmile Foundation will be promoting Safer Internet Day across our social media platforms and offering support to people of all ages who are affected by cyberbullying.
  • Irinika Media We will be supporting Safer Internet Day via social media to raise awareness of the day, as well as emphasize the importance of browsing the internet safely.
  • Youth of Loughborough We'll be celebrating Safer Internet Day through various awareness competitions both online and within the local community. We will have lots of freebies to distribute as well as guidance documents.
  • Millbrook Primary School We want to reach out to all members of our community and show how important it is to be safe online. We will be promoting SID with our digital leaders doing a whole school assembly, plus lots more.
  • McKinney Primary School We will be holding an assembly and we will be watching the tv program for the younger kids at 1-1:30 and the older children from 1:30-2:00. Parents will be informed via our school website.
  • Fife Community Safety Partnership Recognising that there are good resources for children - there is a training and education gap for parents and adults (including vulnerable adults), therefore are hosting a Public Event in Fife on IS.
  • Oak Grove College We will be hosting the SID live streaming event. Parents will be welcome to visit for the sessions and we will have an open forum session as a follow up.
  • Get Caerphilly Online Get Caerphilly Online will be delivering "Keeping up with the Kids" sessions for parents with a number of Caerphilly County Borough Schools using the SID2014 resources.
  • Moorlands Junior School Whole school e safety lessons.
  • Vue IT Training Promoting safer internet use by asking adults who attend our training courses to think about how their children use the Internet.
  • Red Oaks Primary School We are posting lots of positive content to our website & launching our new e-safety mascots that the children designed: Edward the E-safety Elephant, Chip the Robot & the E-safety Ninja!
  • St John Fisher Catholic Primary School We will be hosting a school assembly, and working with different classes throughout the day looking at different actives to 'help create a better internet together'.
  • The Fostering Network The Fostering Network will be publishing advice from our experts on internet safety for foster carers and fostered children and young people.
  • Blakehill School, Bradford We're having an SID assembly, launching a competition to design a slogan for what to do if we see something inappropriate online, and we will begin our application process to choose 6 Digital Leaders!
  • Ysgol Maes Dyfan School Assembly Internet safety Quiz Watching SID TV for primary and secondary pupils Creating internet safety posters
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  • e4education e4education are committed to promoting a safer internet for all. We have been sending out emails to over 1200 schools we work with to encourage them to make the most of the free resources available.
  • Bin Weevils We will be uploading an Internet safety quiz to our blog; upon giving the right answers, players will be awarded with an in-game item which aims to remind them of the day and raise awareness in-game.
  • Hertfordshire Safeguarding Children Board Visit www.hertssafeguarding.org.uk Hertfordshire Safeguarding Children Board's esafety group will enlighten parents through a parent/carer survey, to be launched online on www.hertsdirect.org
  • Welsh Government / Llywodraeth Cymru Bydd Llywodraeth Cymru yn annog ysgolion a cholegau i gymryd rhan mewn amrediad o weithgareddau. The Welsh Government will be encouraging schools and colleges to take part in a range of activities.
  • RM Education RM Education will be promoting Safer Internet Day to our customers and staff through our website, blogs and social media.