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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 theĀ UK.

  • 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 Augustines Catholic College Show the video and info to all the teachers and ask them to share it with students through their tutor groups
  • 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.
  • Ormesby School We are running Safer Internet Day assemblies, competitions and much more! We are teaching Safer Internet Day lessons where students will design and pitch an app to make the internet a better place!
  • The Highland Council Encouraging all schools in Highland to develop their own activities.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Tudor Grange Academies Trust Tudor Grange Academies Trust will be promoting Safer Internet Day throughout all our Academies, helping to raise awareness of the possible dangers on the internet.
  • Vera Baird QC, Police & Crime Commissioner for Northumbria E-safety is a very important issue especially for young people and Northumbria Police and Crime Commissioner Vera Baird is supporting the messages of Safer Internet Day to help them stay safe online.
  • Gilmorton Chandler C of E Primary School We will start the day with a whole school assembly and then over the rest of the day and week each class will have a focus on e-safety and think about this year's theme.
  • ChildLine ChildLine will take part in Safer Internet Day by sharing advice and tips with young people via our website on how they can stay safe online.
  • Fallin Primary School Children throughout the whole school have been learning about how to keep safe both online and off.
  • Nether Hall Special School We are celebrating by providing information sessions for parents highlighting how to safeguard their children online. The students will access appropriate on-line games with increasing independence.
  • 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.
  • Paget High School We will be giving assemblies to all year groups on how the internet has made things better. Pupils are going to create a huge poster to show how we can make the internet better
  • Screen Time Emailing all our UK users to raise Safer Internet awareness.
  • Hartford Primary School Assemblies for all children to highlight the importance of being sensible on the internet.
  • Veridu Veridu is supporting Safer Internet Day through our blog and social media, helping to educate business on how they can provide a safer service and consumers on how they can keep their kids safe online.
  • Hillside Primary and Nursery School Hillside will be holding a whole school assembly and class activities throughout the day.
  • TES Take a look at our Safer Internet Day collection of resources to help you explore e-safety in the classroom.
  • Magdalene House Prep. School (Wisbech Grammar School) We are celebrating 'Safer Internet Day' by having varied and fun lessons across all classes as part of our PSHCE work as well as a whole school assembly and a parents e-safety awareness session.
  • St John Fisher Catholic Primary School We will be hosting a school assembly, and working with different classes throughout the day looking at different actives to 'help create a better internet together'.
  • DVSC - Digital Denbighshire Digidol We are holding a training session on safety and security when buying online.
  • Pontnewydd Primary and Nursery School We are having Internet Safety Week-we had an assembly and activities in each class, we used thinkuknow.co.uk and have displayed posters around the school for parents as well as tweeting about #SID2014
  • Sophos Sophos will be promoting SID on our website & through our social media channels. We will also provide free educational content & resources at www.sophos.com.
  • Crudgington Primary School Crudgington Primary School will be running activities with the children to raise awareness of internet safety.
  • Community Education Awards We will be promoting Safer Internet Day on social media as we encourage schools to enter our SCC Internet Safety and Cyber Bullying Project Award.
  • Charles Darwin School Younger students will be designing and creating primary school resources whilst older students will be creating their own websites. Form activities will involve debates and discussions on the Internet
  • TheInfoGenie Supporting Safer Internet Day by providing links and comments on our blog. Engaging children by posting information in local community/children's centre for children, carers and group leaders.
  • Stockport Academy We are providing assemblies to our students, running SID themed classes and enrichments and are producing web based guidance and information.