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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.

  • 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.
  • Lancashire Football Association We will be promoting safe internet use to the 40,000+ young players in the county whilst reinforcing responsible online behaviours to our adult stakeholders too.
  • Hayah International Academy We will be delivering SID 2014 activities to all grade 6 to 12 for the week.
  • Wildern School Wildern are having e-safety focused lessons all week based on 'Creating a Positive Internet'. We are also running competitions and radio shows on the theme.
  • Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust The Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust is a supporter of Safer Internet Day and the awareness that it raises.
  • Rossmar School At Rossmar School we are committed to keeping our pupils safe. By participating in SID day we are helping our children stay safe beyond the school gates.
  • Esteem Resource Network We'll be supporting Safer Internet Day, by hosting a drop-in session at our offices, for parents to bring in their or their childrens' devices for help with setting up internet filters and protection.
  • The Firs Lower School The Firs Lower School will be marking Safer Internet Day by participating in fun activities designed to make sure that all our children know how to work together, to keep each other 'Cyber Safe!'
  • Office of the Children's Commissioner Last year we called for the inclusion of safer internet education within SRE and the Government now backs this idea. On SID we will build on our work sharing best practice to make internet use safe.
  • Teachtoday Teachtoday, which helps education professionals stay up-to-date with the digital world, will be promoting Safer Internet Day 2014 on its website and on the @TeachtodayUK social media channels.
  • The Co-operative Bank Colleague communication to raise awareness of the day and encourage colleagues who have young families to access the safer internet day website with their families.
  • Anti- Bullying in Cornwall -ABC ABC will be spreading the word to young people and adults in Cornwall by delivering Cyber Bullying assemblies and workshops to raise awareness about keeping safe online.
  • Naace We will be signposting Safer Internet Day 2014 for our members.
  • London Grid for Learning London Grid for Learning will be promoting safer internet day through the activities of the LGfL esafety group.
  • Family Lives We will be supporting Safer Internet Day 2014 with lots of information on creating a better internet through safety advice, linking to resources and social media.
  • Plymouth College of Art PCA will be holding awareness events and activities which aim to involve our students and staff in thinking about how they can help 'create a better internet together'.
  • Woodfield School Pupils will be taking part in a number of activities during assembly, ICT and PSHE lessons. There are activities in the E-safety section of DBPrimary, and in the Parents section of our website.
  • Department for Education The Minister for Children and Families expects to support the day
  • Horsted School We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day on 11th February. We will be participating in different e-safety activities and sharing these with our parents.
  • Tablets for Schools We would like to spread the voice about ways to support best practices for a safer use of online mobile devices amongst children, and promote a beneficial educational technology environment.
  • Ball Green Primary School We will be holding an Assembly and creating website links for parents and pupils on our website. We will also be holding a whole day Internet Safety Day on 11th February.
  • Sandbox Education Sandbox Education will be advising and guiding children, young people, schools, charities and industry partners in the creation of digital identities, e-safety and safeguarding.
  • ISPA As the voice of the UK internet industry, we support Safer Internet Day & urge members to look at what’s happening in their area. We & our members will be on BBC Radio promoting this vital cause.
  • Family and Childcare Trust Family and Childcare Trust is delighted to support Safety Internet Day. We'll promote SID to our parent network and tweeting on the day, inviting our followers to tell us how they keep safe online.
  • Newfield Primary School We shall be holding two whole school assemblies and two parent workshops.
  • Future Fit Training We will be circulating internal communications and info to our students about SID
  • Disney Club Penguin We are supporting SID, as part of Disney’s pledge to donate £3 million of its media to teach kids and parents about staying safe online.
  • Children's Hospital School Willow Bank Children's Hospital School will be holding a whole School Assembly focusing on SID and students will take part in activates during the school day.
  • The North School The 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.
  • Veridu Veridu is supporting Safer Internet Day through our blog and social media, helping to educate business on how they can provide a safer service and consumers on how they can keep their kids safe online.