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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 the UK.

  • Tudhoe Colliery Primary School As a school we are planning on running a whole school theme weeks round the issues of safer internet and we cannot wait to get started. We have got lots of ideas from the safer internet website too!
  • techUK techUK will support SID by promoting it to our 850 member companies across the UK tech sector, and creating a podcast of key stakeholders discussing how industry can create a better internet together.
  • St Michael's C of E Primary School The children will do a range of activities relating to safer internet day. They will all be hands on and based around real life situations.
  • 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.
  • St Mewan School The internet and other technologies are powerful tools. We believe it is our responsibility to teach pupils how to be safe and competent users of current and developing technologies.
  • Voyage Learning Campus We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day across the entire campus, by running lessons and assemblies. We are planning to do some drama, and make some cartoon strips.
  • University of Dundee From the 10th to 14th February we are holding an Information Security Week for students and staff at the University of Dundee featuring talks, a drop-in clinic and daily communications with top tips.
  • Gloucestershire Football Association We will be promoting Safer Internet Day to our 1,200+ youth football teams, whilst reinforcing The Football Association's guidance on the responsible use of social media to all our stakeholders.
  • Peterbrook Primary School Peterbrook will be holding an assembly to promote Safer Internet Day. This will be followed by e-safety activities which will be shared on our website.
  • Carlton Junior and Infant School It's so important that we help everyone to keep themselves safe on the internet. Every child in our School will be joining in safer internet day to keep internet SMART and look after themselves.
  • Haydon Wick Primary School To celebrate Safer Internet Day we will be holding a whole school assembly, organising e-safety themed class activities and arranging a parent e-safety briefing.
  • Swindon Local Safeguarding Children Board Swindon LSCB is holding a art competition to raise awareness of cyberbullying. The winning design will create a postcard that includes advice and guidance on cyberbullying and will be sent to students
  • Holy Trinity College There will be themed assemblies for the week of internet safety day.
  • Longley School We are having an E-Safety Week with an assembly at the end of the week. Children will be able to enter daily competitions to win prizes. Staff and parents will have training.
  • St Paul's C of E Primary School Nuneaton We will be launching the week with an assembly. During the week, all classes will focus on how they can make the internet a better place.
  • The Cavendish School Cavendish School will be running interesting activities and lessons across the school to promote safer internet use.
  • Alexandra Park Junior School Assembly launch; activities for children to help them stay safe on line; drama activities; songs, raps and dances; role play/real life scenarios;parents workshop; social networking activities.
  • Bradford Academy Assembly showcasing the videos on Internet Safety and Learners will fill in their own Digital Footprint with how they can make the Internet a Safer Place. The footprints will be displayed in our forum
  • Mumsnet We'll be Tweeting our users' tips throughout the day and inviting our users to tell us how they keep their children safe online.
  • Redland High School Bristol Running classes and assemblies promoting safe use of the Internet including Social Networking. Creating posters, leaflets and videos targeting a range of ages from preschool to silver surfers.
  • Worle Community School The Head & Deputy Head Boy and Girl are running a series of assemblies to all year groups in the week prior to SID. This is being followed up with Mentor time activities on Safer Internet Day.
  • Ilkley Grammar School We are pleased to support Safer Internet Day and plan to communicate and share tips on how to stay safe online. Everyone needs to understand about safe internet use, parents, teachers and students.
  • Kinson Primary School Class sessions for all classes with a local Community Police Officer, Parent Session and Online Internet Safety Survey, Internet Usage survey for all children and Think U Know session for Year 6.
  • Stockport Academy We are providing assemblies to our students, running SID themed classes and enrichments and are producing web based guidance and information.
  • CHILDREN 1ST We’ll be sharing our ten top tips to stay safe online and encouraging parents and carers to download our internet safety factsheet.
  • Safermedia By sharing information about SID with all our supporters, and on Facebook and Twitter
  • Diane Junior School Children are playing on the internet safely
  • Omar Fakhoury Public School We have a collection of videos about children safety, provided by " World vision ". The pupils will watch and discus them. After that their will be some drama ( Activity provided by Childnet )
  • Cromer Road Primary School We are encouraging all our students to be safe online through assemblies and lessons and general awareness.
  • St Paul's CE(C) Primary School, stafford Children will be taking part in lessons on internet safety and an assembly about keeping safe. We will also be sending a leaflet to help parents work with their children.