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Safer Internet Centre

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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.

  • Sir Joseph Williamson's Mathematical School The school will be running whole school assemblies around the theme of using the Internet safely, plus lesson and tutorial activities with all year groups.
  • Diss Church of England Junior School Proud to be educating tomorrow's generation on Internet Safety!
  • 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
  • Havering School Improvement Services We shall be encouraging schools to be involved in Safer Internet Day and are working to help schools develop eSafety strategies to ensure that Safer Internet is embedded in practice.
  • Paul's E-Learning Resources We'll be promoting via all of our Social media channels and also recording a special podcast about how individuals can stay safe online using free and open source tools (and a bit of common sense!)
  • Academy Transformation Trust The Trust will be raising awareness of Safer Internet Day across our academies, running up to and on the day. This includes promoting their activities via our website and social media channels.
  • BBFC BBFC 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.
  • Queens Park Academy We will be spending the day educating children and families about safety online with classroom activities, quizzes, competitions, assemblies and parental workshops run by children.
  • Oxfordshire County Council Youth Engagement and Opportunities Running a cyberbullying survey in schools and settings to gather information about experiences of cyberbullying and what really helped in stopping it, and promoting Safer Internet Day on our websites.
  • Tesco Mobile Tesco Mobile is supporting safer internet day 2014 through our social media channels and letting our customers know about this great initiative.
  • Yeo Moor Primary School Yeo Moor will embrace this day with all stakeholders invited to participate in a range of activities. We will use SID resources to help our community in developing safer internet practice.
  • South Wales Police and Crime Commissioner The Commissioner is developing a partnership approach across South Wales to reduce online criminal activity, including bullying and online child abuse.
  • Oxfordshire Learning With Technology Working with schools in Oxfordshire and beyond to promote Staying Safe Online offering parental awareness, pupil workshops and Staff CPD sessions delivered by a CEOP Ambassador and 360 Safe Assessor.
  • The Basement / youth4u We will be providing safer internet workshops with young people aged 11-25. It will involve using creative methods so that young people will engage.
  • Your Internet Magazine We are set to launch a new internet safety magazine for Birmingham and the West Midlands in April 2014. We will be publicising events which took place on Safer Internet Day.
  • The Duke of Bedford Primary School At the Duke of Bedford School, we want our children to be aware of the wonders and the dangers of the Internet. There will be lots of discussion and assemblies around the themes.
  • Upton Junior School Children are competing in a special Dragons' Den competition, presenting an idea for online content that contributes to a better internet. Best entries will be showcased at a special e-safety event.
  • St Andrew's Primary School Leasingham In preparation, we have been running a competition to create e-Safety posters. On Safer Internet Day, all children from Foundation through to Year 6 will be carrying out a range of activities.
  • St. John Fisher Catholic Primary School During the week we will be having e-safety lessons in computing, year 5 will produce a Click-Safe play in a day, staff will have CPD and there will be a parents evening presentation and Q&A session.
  • Stockport Academy We are providing assemblies to our students, running SID themed classes and enrichments and are producing web based guidance and information.
  • 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.
  • Coram Voice Coram Voice will be supporting Safer Internet Day by communicating key messages to the children and young people we work with.
  • Old Park Primary School We will be taking part in activities across the day in all years, including a school wide assembly and a special pupil and parent session for our Year 6 pupils.
  • Fairfield First School We are holding a special assembly to support SID 2014
  • Milverton Community Primary School Whole school assemblies and activities to help the children think about how we can all help make the internet safer. We plan to take the best ideas forward to Somerset Children's Parliament.
  • 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.
  • The Bishop of Hereford's Bluecoat School At Bishops we intend to have a week of activities and events that help students and parents understand how to safely use the internet and the need to be good 'digital' citizens.
  • 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.
  • Live Wire Productions The Safety Net Game will be touring Aberdeen City and Shire Primary Schools and running workshops for primary 4 and primary 5 pupils.
  • Carntall Primary School special assembly classroom activities