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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.

  • Birches First School We will be hosting a whole school Safer Internet Day for all pupils. Children will develop their understanding of E Safety and also using computers wisely to support learning.
  • Peabody The award winning youth-led campaign promotes awareness of the consequences of sexting. We are presenting positive relationships in assemblies & gathering feedback on the soon to be released OMS app!
  • 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.
  • Christ the King Catholic Primary School We are holding workshops for children during the day and an assembly on internet safety.
  • Tortworth VC Primary School Assembly and follow up work in classes. Workshop for parents.
  • Bilsborrow John Cross Primary School This will be the first Safer Internet Day that we have been involved with. We are looking forward to using some of the fantastic ideas and resources available through your website!
  • Audley Junior School Year 6 are hosting Parent/Child workshops. A local high school will be talking to our Year 5 children with regards to Social Networking. Years 3 and 4 will be creating a better internet together.
  • The Student Room Group We will be hosting discussions with our 1.3 million student members and promoting these on our homepage and social media accounts.
  • Tinder Foundation We'll be supporting Safer Internet Day by promoting it to the 5000 strong UK online centres network, and providing resources to help them support people without skills to use the internet safely.
  • Knowthenet With 9 year olds active on social media and parents unsure how to help them stay safe, for SID we’ve advice and a brand new quiz to help them keep up with what their kids are doing on the internet.
  • St Paul's High School Bessbrook Newry N. Ireland Pupils in year 8, 9 and 10 will be shown a powerpoint for Safer Internet Day at their weekly assembly. Pupils will be given an information card on 11th reminding them of the live streaming sessions.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Abbotswood Primary School Each class is taking part in an activity to support the message of Safer Internet Day using drama and ICT activities to raise awareness!
  • St. Philip's CE Primary School Our year 6 children will lead the Safer Internet Day Assembly, we are having activities in school throughout the day. We will create an informative display to share with all friends of St. Philip's.
  • Laurel Avenue Community Primary School Celebrating SID every year is part of our ongoing commitment to keep children safe when they are online. It’s an engaging, action packed day with vitally important lessons for life at its heart.”
  • St Luke's C of E Primary School, Tiptree We will be taking parts in activities throughout the day to promote Safer Internet Day and to help our pupils stay safe. In the evening we are holding a parents information evening.
  • 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.
  • 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
  • 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.
  • Educational Action Challenging Homophobia EACH in association with the Bullying Intervention Group will host a South West conference on prejudice driven bullying online. Further details to be announced shortly.
  • The Diana Award Anti-Bullying Ambassador Programme We will be supporting the UK Safer Internet Centre and encouraging our Anti-Bullying Ambassadors to support the day.
  • The Ravensbourne School We are allocating the first 50 minutes of our teaching day to discuss the appropriateness of profile names and images in relation to Facebook and Instagram
  • KidsOKOnline KidsOKOnline are proud to relaunch SuperClubsPLUS3 a community where schools can create their own Social Network, kept safe with our new easy-to-use moderation tool - MySafeTXT.
  • Arden Academy Our student Digital Leaders are planning assemblies, posters campaign, competitions & 'news report' day. We have the Vanquish/Anttix national roadshow coming to Arden to present about cyberbullying.
  • Safe Network Safe Network will be promoting Safer Internet Day 2014 through our website, e-bulletins and social media. This will help get the SID2014 message out to the voluntary and community sector.
  • TOCHS By encouraging all my clients and friends to be more aware of cyber bulling
  • The Parent Zone We are running a FREE Parenting in the Digital Age webinar for parents on Wed 12th Feb at 11am for half an hour. You can sign up and find out more on our website or email
  • Letham Primary School All classes to participate in a range of activities including watching some live SID TV streaming and assembly presentations. Parents invited to an information session on Monday 10th February.
  • 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.