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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.

  • INFORM on Social Media Local police officers, youth workers and schools in East & Mid Devon will be providing activities, including Facebook MOTs for secondary students and distributing copies of the Facebook Checklist.
  • Careers South West We will be working with young people and partners to support Safer Internet Day. We will also post advice on our Facebook and Twitter accounts about how to keep safe and professional on social media.
  • Kimbolton School We are having a whole week of quizzes, drama productions, films ( such as INREALLIFE) and guest speakers including CEOP, Police and expects in Cyber stalking and positive digital footprint.
  • 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.
  • Nick Jr. UK The Grown-Ups section of nickjr.co.uk, will feature advice on approaching internet safety with young children. Previous articles on a variety of topics will also be highlighted.
  • Northumbria Police Officers from our Neighbourhood teams will work with schools to support SID. We also have pages on Ebeat.org.uk – our website for young people, parents & teachers which we’ll promote via social media.
  • 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.
  • Sketty Primary School Class activities - involving Safe Use of the Internet Class Assemblies Children creating iMovies, posters, etc to promote the safe use of the internet (On iPads)
  • Avon and Somerset Constabulary Schools liaison officers and neighbourhood teams will be working with children and parents at various events throughout the week in schools and shopping centres.
  • 3BM Education Partners We shall be encouraging local schools (RB Kensington & Chelsea, Hammersmith and Fulham and Westminster) to be involved in SID and supporting schools develop their eSafety strategies.
  • King Edward VI Academy Whole School assembly and DVD presentation on safer internet use
  • TOCHS By encouraging all my clients and friends to be more aware of cyber bulling
  • 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.
  • Zscaler Zscaler is proud to promote and support Safer Internet Day via our website and across our social media networks
  • Middleton-in-Teesdale Nursery and Primary School We will be supporting Safer Internet Day 2014 in the form of school assemblies, workshops with ChildLine and a poster competition.
  • Nickelodeon UK To mark the day, we are airing themed episodes of our most popular shows including Sam & Cat and SpongeBob SquarePants. Online, kids will find interactive advice and information on staying safe.
  • Tortworth VC Primary School Assembly and follow up work in classes. Workshop for parents.
  • LearnEnglish Kids LearnEnglish Kids will host a range of content connected to internet safety, including interactive games for children to learn about safety rules, an article for parents and a poster to download.
  • Naace We will be signposting Safer Internet Day 2014 for our members.
  • William Stockton Community Primary School We at William Stockton strive for excellence in all we do and are preparing our pupils for a safe and prosperous future, Internet Safety is essential for them to achieve this.
  • Newcastle Pension Centre We are holding a two day Market Stall event at Tyneview Park in Newcastle, open to 1700 staff (many parents), with the aim of promoting SID but also raising digital awareness of DWP services.
  • 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.
  • Passion Digital In the build up to the 2014 Safer Internet Day in February Passion Digital will use their social platforms to educate people as to what they should be doing to stay safe online.
  • Go ON UK We’re spreading the word to hundreds of national and local Go ON UK partners and highlighting top tools and resources to help everyone get connected safely via digitalskills.com
  • Oakwood Court College Being Safer on the Internet is very important to the young people born into the digital age. Safer Internet Day is embedded into the ICT annual curriculum at Oakwood Court College
  • Savvybear.com Savvybear is 100% safe. We are constantly working on new areas of the website and one area that will be going live very soon, is a webpage regarding staying safe on the Internet, linking to SID.
  • Metropolitan Police Service Safer Schools Officers will be working with young people and schools across London to support SID.
  • Easington Church of England Primary We will be working upon how we can make the internet a safer place. Children working on posters, advertising e-safety. Rules that will help make the internet safer to use. A prize for the best poster
  • Epsom College Tutors will be discussing keeping it clean on the screen in small groups with their tutees. Ellen Ferguson an on line behaviour expert will address the whole school on digital safety.
  • Safety Net Work in schools delivering E safety sessions to children in yr 6. Also delivering E Safety session for parents in 3 schools. Distribution of resources inc E safety bookmarks designed by children.