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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 theĀ UK.

  • Ysgol Maes Dyfan School Assembly Internet safety Quiz Watching SID TV for primary and secondary pupils Creating internet safety posters
  • 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.
  • Virtually S@fe The Virtually S@fe Team will be supporting schools throughout Torbay to take part in and enjoy Safer Internet Day.
  • Sir Jonathan North Community College Internet safety awareness assemblies Information to students and parents through the newsletter "This Week". Safer internet activities during lunchtime sessions and posters on display.
  • Brockhurst Infant School We are holding a coffee/information morning for parents to raise awareness. Assembly for the whole school and class activities.
  • Neale-Wade Academy We are providing Safer Internet Day tutorials for all students during tutor time followed up by activities all week in Computing. Focused on the importance of e-safety and your digital footprint.
  • St Mary's Catholic Primary School We are having a safer internet assembly; followed up with activities in classes. This runs alongside our "Treading a Safe Digital Footprint" adukt training and Digital Literacy curriculum
  • 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.
  • Brumby Junior School A week of safer Internet based lessons across the school.
  • Barden Primary School School library running eSafety poster competition, Internet safety assemblies, extra lessons going on all week, parents workshop on being safe online.
  • CWT Chamber Training Ensuring learners aware of the potential risks online, are given the relevant knowledge to allow them to protect themselves and have suitable channels to raise any issues experienced online.
  • Information Risk Management Plc (IRM) IRM is celebrating Safer Internet Day by spreading the word to our clients, contacts and employees about the great Safer Internet initiatives.
  • Savvybear is 100% safe. We are constantly working on new areas of the website and one area that will be going live very soon, is a webpage regarding staying safe on the Internet, linking to SID.
  • Lancashire Safeguarding Children Board Lancashire Safeguarding Children Board will be supporting Schools, Young People and partners across Lancashire through Media engagement, Online Q&A and In-School activities to promote Online Safety.
  • Linthwaite Ardron CE (V) J&I School Focusing all lessons for the day on esafety across the school. All classes will be using the Safer Internet Day schools' pack to support our understanding and learning as well as a school assembly.
  • @IrritableTech @IrritableTech is bringing together all the #SID2014 tweets, post, pictures and videos from social media into one handy place. A huge crowd sources list of resources.
  • 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.
  • English Martyrs Primary Catholic With an E safety rap performance and two assemblies
  • Kingsley School Bideford Students in the junior and senior school will engage with lesson activities and a SID2014 assembly promoting safer use of the internet and technology both at home and in school.
  • Brakenhale Assemblies and tutor awareness.
  • St. Columba's Catholic Boys' School We will be doing e-safety assemblies and discussing e-safety during lessons
  • Yahoo Yahoo events across the globe will include safety tips on our Yahoo Safely sites (, featured discussion on Yahoo Answers, editorial coverage, and more!
  • NiTP Sheffield Our apprentices will be sharing experiences and the impact of not staying safe online. They will also be discussing ways to help themselves stay safe online and creating a series of top-tips.
  • Bishops Tawton Primary School Each class will be learning about and revisiting all aspects of internet safety (age appropriate) throughout the day.
  • Green Dragon Primary School Whole school assembly Class workshops School Council meeting to discuss Safer internet use
  • Zscaler Zscaler is proud to promote and support Safer Internet Day via our website and across our social media networks
  • Central First School We will be holding a whole day event with pupils and parents to explore and learn how to stay safe online. This will include making an e-safety video, posters and web radio show.
  • Digital Policy Alliance On Safer Internet Day we published on our website a summary report and full transcript of a discussion meeting on Child Internet Safety held in the House of Commons.
  • Diane Junior School Children are playing on the internet safely
  • Roxeth Primary School To develop thinking skills and an understanding of the internet, the school will be completing activities on how to make the internet a better place.