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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.

  • Oswaldtwistle School SID 2014 Assembly & Lesson. Both KS3 and 4 will watch films supported by a CEOP Ambassador then design their own advice using media of their choice. KS4 will focus on how cyberbullying affects us.
  • Yahoo Yahoo events across the globe will include safety tips on our Yahoo Safely sites (safely.yahoo.com), featured discussion on Yahoo Answers, editorial coverage, and more!
  • Newfield Primary School We shall be holding two whole school assemblies and two parent workshops.
  • 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.
  • Ryecroft Primary School We will be watching the live SID tv and talking about ways to stay safe. We are sending home letters and magazines and holding a parents meeting to share the Safer Internet Day parents presentation.
  • The National Deaf Children's Society NDCS are proud to support Safer Internet Day and its theme. We will promote the Day through our social media channels and through our website for deaf children and young people - www.buzz.org.uk.
  • St. Columba's Catholic Boys' School We will be doing e-safety assemblies and discussing e-safety during lessons
  • 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!
  • Doddiscombsleigh School We will be running interesting activities and lessons across the school to promote safer internet use
  • The Boathouse Youth Within our weekly leader led sessions we will be discussing with our young people different ways of being safe online!!
  • Ball Green Primary School We will be holding an Assembly and creating website links for parents and pupils on our website. We will also be holding a whole day Internet Safety Day on 11th February.
  • Carnmoney Primary School As ICT coordinator, I have tried to raise awareness of staying safe online. We invited a local constable to speak to parents and are reviewing our related policies.
  • 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.
  • NH Computer Solutions I do not have an activity as such. I do support the Safer Internet day campaign though. I try to advise and educate parents and various small groups about the dangers children face on the internet.
  • Sandford Hill Primary School We shall be holding a whole school assembly and organising internet themed activities for our children.
  • Queens Park Academy We will be spending the day educating children and families about safety online with classroom activities, quizzes, competitions, assemblies and parental workshops run by children.
  • Groggan Primary School We will be holding a special assembly and learning all about how to keep safe online.
  • Abington Academy Abington will be supporting Safer Internet Day in school with posters, displays and advertisements on our digital signage system featuring advice on key internet safety issues.
  • Transforming Education in Norfolk The TEN Group are arranging workshops via a local charity to show school and college students how to stay safe online. We are also promoting internet safety via our VLE and social media sites.
  • Holy Trinity College There will be themed assemblies for the week of internet safety day.
  • St Christophers School Epsom We will be watching Jim and Sids adventures and discussing with the children how to keep safe using the smart rules. We will also host a 'Survival Tips for Safer Surfing' parents evening.
  • St Ursula's Catholic Junior School We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day by having an assembly, activities about Esafety throughout the week and school competitions. We will also hold workshops for parents/carers.
  • TES Take a look at our Safer Internet Day collection of resources to help you explore e-safety in the classroom.
  • Virgin Media For SID2014 we are talking to customers and staff about how to be smart and safe online. We think giving parents more info on potential risks will lead to a better and safer environment for kids!
  • Future Fit Training We will be circulating internal communications and info to our students about SID
  • 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
  • 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.
  • Screen Time Emailing all our UK users to raise Safer Internet awareness.
  • Portland TV Portland TV will use its website www.xxxaware.co.uk to promote SID2014 and offer practical guidance to parents on protecting kids from inappropriate online content.