The Children's SocietyWhich 'online safety cat' are you?! Find out in our fun quiz. Also join us on Twitter, 5-6 pm, when expert Ellen Ferguson will be taking your questions on keeping children & young people safe online.
Hyde Park Infant SchoolWe've planned an exciting and creative day to explore how we can use the Internet safely. Differentiated planning supports all pupils to develop an understanding of technology and how to use it safely.
BBFCBBFC SID 2014 resources and games will help children understand BBFC age ratings and how to use BBFCinsight to make informed decisions about what films they choose to watch online with their friends.
Handsworth Primary SchoolOn 11th February, we shall be holding an e-safety blitz across the school which will comprise: Year group assemblies Upper Key Stage 2 workshops Staff inset training Parent/Carer information meetings
The Snaith SchoolOn Safer Internet Day, we will raise awareness with all pupils about how we can make the internet better. Pupils will be involved in a variety of activities, giving their views, ideas and suggestions.
The Scout AssociationWe will be promoting SID via our website, communications and social media networks and encouraging our volunteers to use the SID resources with their young people.
ChildLineChildLine will take part in Safer Internet Day by sharing advice and tips with young people via our website on how they can stay safe online.
Say Say GirlsWe will distribute our resources pages about keeping children safe online. This way we hope that children can enjoy the best aspects of the web without experiencing any of the worst.
SmoothwallWe will be supporting Safer Internet Day 2014 with useful tweets and posts, as well as raising awareness through other customer communications.
The Boathouse YouthWithin our weekly leader led sessions we will be discussing with our young people different ways of being safe online!!
Hilden Oaks School & Nursery, TonbridgeA full day of activities including each class reviewing part of our Golden Rules for Safer Internet Use culminating in a whole school assembly to present their ideas.
Devon and Cornwall PoliceWe have officers going into schools on Safer Internet day and throughout the week. They will be talking to young people, parents and carers about staying safe on the internet.
Chorley - St. Gregory's Catholic Primary SchoolThe community of St. Gregory's will be celebrating Safer Internet Day 2014 with a range of fun and engaging activities for all ages as part of our ongoing campaign for a safer online environment.
Brighton & Hove LSCBWe will talk to our partners about creating a better internet together, and will produce a special e-safety newsletter to spread the message throughout our city
St Francis CofE Primary SchoolAcross the school, we will be taking part in Safer Internet Day. We will be celebrating what we love online, what we like about being a part of a digital world and what our ideal digital world is!
Moorlands Junior SchoolWhole school e safety lessons.
Passion DigitalIn the build up to the 2014 Safer Internet Day in February Passion Digital will use their social platforms to educate people as to what they should be doing to stay safe online.
ComResWe're supporting Safer Internet Day by conducting insightful polling into the public's awareness of internet safety.
Verwood Church of England First SchoolWe will be having a whole school assembly dedicated to safer internet day and we will then follow that up on Wednesday with each year group doing different activities for Safer Internet Day.
Woodlands Primary SchoolTeachers will be using lesson plans and some of the 'quick ideas' from the resource pack. Children will be working together to make the internet better and promote their ideas 'dragon den' style.
BTBT is committed to a safe internet for all young people and is proud to support SID14 by raising awareness of the issues and resources available via our internal and external channels.
The North SchoolThe North School will be carrying out a variety of activities ranging from subject-based approaches to internet safety in addition to pastoral activities exploring this theme.
TOCHSBy encouraging all my clients and friends to be more aware of cyber bulling
Clacton Coastal AcademyWe will be studying activities for the entire week in tutor time, holding facebook clinics, parent drop in, student stall, creating a safety film and using curriculum time to focus on safety.
Oswaldtwistle SchoolSID 2014 Assembly & Lesson. Both KS3 and 4 will watch films supported by a CEOP Ambassador then design their own advice using media of their choice. KS4 will focus on how cyberbullying affects us.
Stanchester AcademyThe day will kick start a month of raising awareness of internet safety. We are doing assemblies, Guidance Time activities, student survey and follow up activities based on the findings.
Churston Ferrers Grammar SchoolDuring the day the year 8, with their tutors will be creating artifacts to celebrate the theme of “Let’s create a better Internet together”. This will be followed by a parental awareness evening.
St Luke's C of E Primary School, TiptreeWe will be taking parts in activities throughout the day to promote Safer Internet Day and to help our pupils stay safe. In the evening we are holding a parents information evening.
Cawthorne C of E (VC) Primary SchoolAll classes will be using the Safer Internet Day schools' pack to support our understanding and learning. We will also conduct a school assembly to spread the word.
NetSmartz WorkshopClicky and his NetSmartz Pals are celebrating SID2014 in their brand new puppet show, "Webster's Rock Star Adventure," where Clicky's evil nemesis, Tricky, tries to foil plans for Safer Internet Day!