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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.

  • Talbot Heath An assembly, letters and emails to parents and links, videos and tips on our digital signage and intranet.
  • Claremont Primary School We will have an 'E-Safety Week' involving assemblies, lessons and parent workshops. The children will build on their E-Safety knowledge and sharing this with parents through our MLE E-Safety room.
  • Shelfield Community Academy Raising awareness of Internet Safety through our social media, form times and lessons. Activities will be made available to Teachers and pupils though our website and Learning Environment.
  • Brook Brook campaigns to help provide young people with the tools they need to stay safe online. We’ll be highlighting #SID2014 across social media and in our services.
  • Summer Lane Primary We will be having a E-Safety Day. Lots of different activities happening throughout school.
  • St. Mark's High School We will be holding Safer Internet Day assemblies for every year group to highlight the positive contribution everyone can make to ensuring the Internet becomes a safer place!
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  • Portland TV Portland TV will use its website to promote SID2014 and offer practical guidance to parents on protecting kids from inappropriate online content.
  • Lavant House School E-safety focused lessons with Police Schools Liaison Officer visiting.
  • Loxford School Our digital leaders are organising assemblies and preparing resources for display. There will be e-safety activities in ICT lessons at Key Stages 1-3.
  • Brighton Hove and Sussex Sixth Form College We will be marking Safer Internet Day with information across our campus to engage students in safer internet behaviour.
  • CILIP: the Chartered Institute of Library & Information Professionals Promoting Safer Internet Day to our members - librarians and information professionals - who work in a range of sectors including schools, Universities, public libraries and commercial organisations.
  • Newnham Primary School At Newnham School we are celebrating SID by making sure we are all aware of the dangers and fun the internet can bring. We will have a safety assembly and challenge our knowledge in a safety quiz.
  • Scottish Government The Scottish Government recently held a summit on online safety - the outputs will help us look into ways to create a better internet together in 2014.
  • St Dunstan's College We are running assemblies lead by sixth formers and staff.
  • Tufnell Park School We will be blogging our ideas about making the internet better and will be holding a couple of assemblies showcasing some of the work which will be carried out by pupils across the school.
  • National Youth Agency The National Youth Agency is supporting Safer Internet Day by raising awareness amongst youth workers and young people of how to stay safe online.
  • English Martyrs RC School Presentation provided by SID 2014 to be used as a starting point in all ICT lessons all week with some activities created by students to help "create a better internet together".
  • Sky We will promote SID with the young people at the Sky Academy Skills Studios, as well as use our News Channel to highlight the day.
  • 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.
  • ChildLine We will be promoting Safer Internet Day on our website, as well as on our Facebook page
  • Google Google is proud to support Safer Internet Day. We are celebrating the day on Google's homepage across 65 countries to raise awareness among young people of the skills they need to enjoy their online experience safely.
  • St Winifred's Nursery & Infant School All our Year 1 and 2 children will be taking part in an Internet Safety Workshop. This will be run by 'One Day!' drama group. We are also sending out Child Net leaflets to parents.
  • Hartford Primary School Assemblies for all children to highlight the importance of being sensible on the internet.
  • Churchill CE Primary School On Safer Internet Day we will be doing activities to explore how we can make a better internet together. Also Year 6 will be presenting their findings to Parents in an assembly later in the week.
  • 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.
  • The Snaith School On 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.
  • 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.
  • Brockhurst Infant School We are holding a coffee/information morning for parents to raise awareness. Assembly for the whole school and class activities.
  • Middlewich Education Improvement Partnership Children in Middlewich will learn how to keep safe with assemblies and a variety of activities. They will explore good use of social media and the internet led by the students from our E-Safety group.