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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 theĀ UK.

  • Red Oaks Primary School We are posting lots of positive content to our website & launching our new e-safety mascots that the children designed: Edward the E-safety Elephant, Chip the Robot & the E-safety Ninja!
  • Chewton Mendip C of E Primary school Our school's ICT coordinator is going to lead an e-safety assembly in her role as a fearless E-Girl with a trusty side-kick Papaki the Duckling. Lots of safer internet fun in each class to follow!
  • 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.
  • Kinlet C of E Primary School We are having an e-safety week and the children will be having literacy lessons based around e-safety including designing posters. We will explore what e-safety is. A parents workshop will be held.
  • Alcohol Concern Alcohol Concern wants the internet to be free of alcohol promotion for children and young people so we will be celebrating safer internet day across social media and through blog posts.
  • Kelvinside Academy SID takes place while we are on our half term holiday however when we return to school we plan to have classroom activities and assemblies reinforcing the Safer Internet Day message.
  • English Martyrs Primary Catholic With an E safety rap performance and two assemblies
  • Saltley School Assemblies covering every pupil in school with follow up tutor activities during the week and information sent home with pupils.
  • Green Dragon Primary School Whole school assembly Class workshops School Council meeting to discuss Safer internet use
  • Dulwich Prep School, Cranbrook Upper School Session on online safety. Little Stream holding their own assembly for parents and pupils. We will be sharing online information provided by UK SIC with our parents via our newsletter
  • Prudhoe Castle First School We will be focussing our ICT teaching on e-safety in lessons and assembly. Children will be thinking carefully about making the internet a safer place sharing any information via our blog or website.
  • 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.
  • St Simon Stock Catholic School Year 7 Students will spend the day looking at 'How the Interent is Changing Our Lives'. Other Years will be encouraged to visit our Safer Internet Day page during Form Time.
  • Tweeddale Primary School & Children's Centre We will be building on our 'Think U Know' work to ensure that all our pupils, and their parents, are able to use the wonderful range of resources on the internet safely.
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  • Vodafone Vodafone will be supporting Safer Internet Day 2014 on its Digital Parenting website, which helps parents to get more involved in their child's digital world.
  • e-skills UK e-skills UK will be promoting Safer Internet Day to our contacts in schools. We will be encouraging them to run exciting lessons to raise awareness of e-safety and the wider world of Cyber Security.
  • 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.
  • Gloucestershire Constabulary Alongside a variety of activities aimed at all areas within Gloucestershire we will be providing 5 days worth of advice via Twitter focussing on Young Children, Teenagers and Older People.
  • All Saints (Marsh) C of E Primary School We will spend the day learning about how Safer Internet Day affect us - whether we are in Reception, Year Six or are a member of staff or parent/carer.
  • The Duke of Bedford Primary School At the Duke of Bedford School, we want our children to be aware of the wonders and the dangers of the Internet. There will be lots of discussion and assemblies around the themes.
  • St. John Fisher Catholic Primary School During the week we will be having e-safety lessons in computing, year 5 will produce a Click-Safe play in a day, staff will have CPD and there will be a parents evening presentation and Q&A session.
  • e-Learning Foundation We are running a campaign to encourage schools to help their families get online safely at home. We will be promoting the resources of SID to schools and parents as part of a responsible approach.
  • Ofcom Ofcom is a member of the UKCCIS Executive Board and fully supports Safer Internet Day. We will promote this important day on our website and share our research in this area with stakeholders.
  • Grange CE Primary School All pupils will be taking part in an introductory assembly and then completing activities throughout the day on how to stay safe online.
  • Lipson Co-operative Academy Our school will be supporting Safer Internet Day with a variety of presentations and tutorial activities.
  • British Broadcasting Corporation BBC WebWise is home to films and advice guides on all aspects of online life. From Saturday 8th to Sunday 16th February there will be programmes on BBC TV and radio on keeping your family safe online.
  • Allington Primary School E-safety focused lessons and assemblies during the day/week.
  • Bullying UK Bullying UK, part of Family Lives, is pleased to support Safer Internet Day 2014 with advice on creating a better internet, social media engagement and links to resources via Safer Internet Centre.
  • Carlton Junior and Infant School It's so important that we help everyone to keep themselves safe on the internet. Every child in our School will be joining in safer internet day to keep internet SMART and look after themselves.