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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.

  • Nisai Learning Nisai Learning is a vibrant online learning community for those unable to access mainstream education - we will be hosting a range of activities throughout the week, both in and out of lesson time.
  • Paul's E-Learning Resources We'll be promoting via all of our Social media channels and also recording a special podcast about how individuals can stay safe online using free and open source tools (and a bit of common sense!)
  • 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.
  • Bournville College We're inviting staff and students to do the Connect with Respect quiz, streaming SID TV, using touch tables for an e-safety quiz and an interactive display where everyone can post their e-safety tips.
  • DVSC - Digital Denbighshire Digidol We are holding a training session on safety and security when buying online.
  • Worthinghead Primary School E-Safety assemblies and activities all week. Parent coffee morning on Safer Internet Day to provide parents with E-Safety advice and information.
  • PAPYRUS Prevention of young suicide We will renew our call for regulation of sites which promote self harm and suicide and for effective moderation of general sites where these issues are discussed.
  • Havering LSCB (Local Safeguarding Children Board) We will be sharing the themes with the safeguarding board partners. We will be discussing SID in our sub groups to develop activities for partners.
  • Lipson Co-operative Academy Our school will be supporting Safer Internet Day with a variety of presentations and tutorial activities.
  • Ellesmere college We are using SIT to highlight just how far the internet can reach into our lives and how we can ensure young people remain safe online.
  • 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.
  • Police Scotland - Hamilton Area Command Our CEOP trained Community Officers will be Keeping People Safe by working with pupils, parents and partners over the coming weeks to promote the safe use of the internet - Follow us @HamiltonPol
  • 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.
  • The Bentley Federation We are holding a special assembly in our schools. Our digital experts are receiving special training to help offer advice to other pupils about keeping safe online.
  • Little Sutton Primary School We will be supporting SID2014 by talking about our online activities. How we can make the internet a safer place for all of us and how to be respectful and treat others when online.
  • Intact (Ingol and Tanterton Community Trust) As a Community Centre we'll be raising awareness about SID by providing a range of tips throughout the week either online, during our daily basic computer lessons or to visitors in our cafe.
  • Wheatley Lane Methodist VA Primary School All classes will do a lesson on using the internet safely. Older children will work with younger children. Information will be sent home to parents and a workshop will be offered about e-Safety.
  • Adamsrill Primary School We are running assemblies to highlight the importance of internet safety. We are also running lessons from Reception to Y6 in classrooms this week.
  • Birchwood Primary School We will be using some of the great SID resources. Our website has links for parents on top tips and conversation starters so they can talk about a safer internet with their children at home.
  • Tesco Mobile Tesco Mobile is supporting safer internet day 2014 through our social media channels and letting our customers know about this great initiative.
  • The Bishop of Hereford's Bluecoat School At Bishops we intend to have a week of activities and events that help students and parents understand how to safely use the internet and the need to be good 'digital' citizens.
  • ChildProtectionCompany.com The ChildProtectionCompany.com is delighted to support Safer Internet Day once again. We provide e-Safety advise and training for schools and will be raising awareness through our social media posts.
  • UK Netshop We are Celebrating Safer Internet Day by Sending Emails to all our Customers and Promoting Safer Internet Day on 'UK Netshop' on Each Page of the website, we are advertising our New website UK wide.
  • Schools Broadband We've asked schools to design an e-safety poster. The winner will be picked at the end of Feb and will have their poster printed. They’ll also win an e-safety workshop from One Day Creative.
  • Harrodian School Form discussions in the morning based on SID resources, visits from external speakers from McAfee to speak to 2 year groups, starters in lessons on the day and promotion through the week.
  • North Shore Academy Staff and students are taking part in assemblies and tutor groups completing activities on how we can create a better internet together
  • Saltley School Assemblies covering every pupil in school with follow up tutor activities during the week and information sent home with pupils.
  • Everton Nursery School and Family Centre Questionnaires for Parents/Carers to fill in about How to Create a better Internet together. Children will then make a video responding to Parents/Carers ideas.
  • Brumby Junior School A week of safer Internet based lessons across the school.
  • 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.