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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.

  • 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.
  • Chewton Mendip C of E Primary school Our school's ICT coordinator is going to lead an e-safety assembly in her role as a fearless E-Girl with a trusty side-kick Papaki the Duckling. Lots of safer internet fun in each class to follow!
  • Bridgewater High School On Safer Internet Day we will be holding an Anti-Bullying Conference for Year 8 pupils. We aim to raise awareness of cyberbullying and e-safety and involve pupils in planning for future projects.
  • 123ICT - ICT Support for Oxfordshire Primary Schools We have informed all our schools about this event. Our consultants offer schools e-Safety training to promote 'a better internet together'. We will also be promoting via our website and social media.
  • jajoza Connected Solutions Pty Ltd For SID'14, any school around the world can register FREE for our Internet Safety eLearning and collaboration platform. Age-appropriate resources from around the world - games, videos, articles & more
  • Cwmamman Youth Club Our first time supporting Safer Internet Day we hope that taking part in a national campaign can spread the word to young people in our community. We are looking forward to being a part of it!!!
  • 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.
  • ChildLine We will be promoting Safer Internet Day on our website, as well as on our Facebook page
  • Saltley School Assemblies covering every pupil in school with follow up tutor activities during the week and information sent home with pupils.
  • Me Learning We provide Safeguarding courses for schools and are about to launch a new course called E-Safety for Parents at Waddesdon CE Secondary School on February 11th at a parents evening there.
  • Holy Trinity CofE Primary School As school we will be celebrating SID day. We know the importance of making sure young people are educated about E-Safety and we see this as an essential Safeguarding and a Child Protection matter.
  • St Hilda's School We will be discussing e safety in Ict lessons and pshe and doing some Safe activities during the week.
  • Joomla! Over the coming weeks and moving forward the Joomla Community will be pushing forward several initiatives and communication channels to improve awareness on web security.
  • Twitter At @twitter we’re supporting Safer Internet Day on 11/2/14. Join us in creating a better internet together
  • Barden Primary School School library running eSafety poster competition, Internet safety assemblies, extra lessons going on all week, parents workshop on being safe online.
  • Scotch Orchard Primary School Children at Scotch Orchard Primary School will be completing a range of activities which explore ways that they can keep themselves safe online.
  • Academy21 As an online school e-safety is very important to us, so we'll be spreading the word on e-safety with a range of tips in lessons and repeated on our twitter feed.
  • 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.
  • 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
  • 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.
  • Nailsea School During the week Griffin House will be focusing on how to stay safe using the internet during tutor time
  • Savvify We are celebrating Safer Internet Day by teaching our #techmums how to keep their families safe online
  • Marshall ACM On Safer Internet Day Marshall ACM will provide free access to all our E-Safety and Safeguarding elearning material which has been designed for schools, Sixth Form and Further Education Colleges.
  • NSPCC We will be celebrating #SID14 with a platform takeover across our main website & social media pages, sharing a quick-reference guide to young people's online worlds & talking online safety on SIDtv
  • NASUWT For Safer Internet Day NASUWT will encourage young teachers and those newly qualified to safely use social media & mobiles in schools.
  • Green Dragon Primary School Whole school assembly Class workshops School Council meeting to discuss Safer internet use
  • Stubbins Primary School We will be carrying out activities throughout the day with all classes from Reception - Y6 culminating in a whole school assembly at the end of the day. Parents will be made aware on our newsletter.
  • Prudhoe Castle First School We will be focussing our ICT teaching on e-safety in lessons and assembly. Children will be thinking carefully about making the internet a safer place sharing any information via our blog or website.
  • AT&T AT&T proudly support the work of the UK Safer Internet Centre for 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.