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Safer Internet Centre

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

Together we reached millions across the UK.

  • Allington Primary School E-safety focused lessons and assemblies during the day/week.
  • Sussex Police We will be holding a live debate with our partners and working in schools to raise awareness of internet safety as part of Safer Internet Day. The debate will also be broadcast on our website.
  • Local Mums Online We are supporting Safer Internet Day by encouraging parents to find out more about Internet safety and educate themselves and their children about keeping safe and making better use of the Internet.
  • Bournville College We're inviting staff and students to do the Connect with Respect quiz, streaming SID TV, using touch tables for an e-safety quiz and an interactive display where everyone can post their e-safety tips.
  • Carnmoney Primary School As ICT coordinator, I have tried to raise awareness of staying safe online. We invited a local constable to speak to parents and are reviewing our related policies.
  • Shinfield St Mary's CE Junior School All the children at Shinfield St Mary's CE Junior School will spend Safer Internet Day engaging in activities that raise the awareness of their roles and responsibilities when using the internet.
  • James Diamond Training We will be providing a series of resources, free events, and a podcast aimed at empowering schools and parents, and raising awareness of vital digital and online safety issues.
  • Girls Friendly Society in England and Wales (GFS Platform) We will be working with other agencies who work with children and young people to ensure they have a voice in providing ideas and solutions as to how they can stay safe when using social media.
  • Bransgore Primary School We are holding info. sessions for parents and assembly for pupils. using range of resources to send messages to our pupils about how to have fun on the internet but stay safe at the same time.
  • Mid Rural Network The Mid Rural Network is proud to be supporting Safer Internet Day by promoting on our website and facebook page, and pointing people in the right direction for further help and support.
  • Troon CP School Troon Community Primary School will be celebrating Safer Internet Day by taking part in a variety of eSafety activities. The School Council will be organizing an eSafety poster competition.
  • Moorlands Junior School Whole school e safety lessons.
  • Alcohol Concern Alcohol Concern wants the internet to be free of alcohol promotion for children and young people so we will be celebrating safer internet day across social media and through blog posts.
  • Ysgol Maesydderwen We will be undertaking activities in all Year 7 and 8 ICT lessons, including homework tasks, to build on the theme for Safer Internet Day this year. All work will be displayed for the whole school.
  • Churston Ferrers Grammar School During 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.
  • Tempero At Tempero we 'll be talking to our clients about Safer Internet Day and how we can create a better internet together.
  • Say Say Girls We 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.
  • St. Charles R. C. Primary School We are planning lots of activities to highlight Safer Internet Day. The finer details have yet to be decided but the message will be clear to all children about how important their safety is online.
  • Diane Junior School Children are playing on the internet safely
  • Moderation Gateway We will be sharing Safer Internet Day 2014 with our past and present students - encouraging them to spread the word. We will also be highlighting SID 2014 on our website and social media channels.
  • Safety Net Work in schools delivering E safety sessions to children in yr 6. Also delivering E Safety session for parents in 3 schools. Distribution of resources inc E safety bookmarks designed by children.
  • Farringdon Academy We are going to be having a three week run up of E - Safety lessons and assemblies. Then on Internet Safety day we are going to engage in Activities displaying our new E - Safety Skills
  • Northumbria Police Officers from our Neighbourhood teams will work with schools to support SID. We also have pages on – our website for young people, parents & teachers which we’ll promote via social media.
  • KidsOKOnline KidsOKOnline (KOKO) are relaunching SuperClubsPLUS, a community platform for schools to create their own social network. Safety is integral as MySafeTXT provides instant moderation.
  • The Boathouse Youth Within our weekly leader led sessions we will be discussing with our young people different ways of being safe online!!
  • St. Philip's CE Primary School Our year 6 children will lead the Safer Internet Day Assembly, we are having activities in school throughout the day. We will create an informative display to share with all friends of St. Philip's.
  • 3BM Education Partners We shall be encouraging local schools (RB Kensington & Chelsea, Hammersmith and Fulham and Westminster) to be involved in SID and supporting schools develop their eSafety strategies.
  • Bigfoot Arts Education Bigfoot will be delivering creative workshops in Primary and Secondary schools across the UK to encourage students to start thinking and talking about the positives, as well as negatives, of the internet.
  • Centro de Informatica e Automação do Estado de Santa Catarina - Brasil Promote Safer Internet Day in Brazil
  • The Children's Society Which '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.