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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.

  • Ysgol Maesydderwen We will be undertaking activities in all Year 7 and 8 ICT lessons, including homework tasks, to build on the theme for Safer Internet Day this year. All work will be displayed for the whole school.
  • Deputy Minister for Skills and Technology, Welsh Government I am delighted to support SID 2014 and would encourage schools, colleges and any adult that works with children and young people to use this opportunity to raise the issue of safer internet use.
  • High Down Infant School The whole school is adopting the 'think and tell' message for keeping safe online, with Year 2 presenting a service to parents and carers, focusing on what they have learned about the SMART rules.
  • Nansen Primary Each year group will be carrying out different activities linked to creating a better Internet.
  • Hampshire Collegiate Prep School Following a whole school assembly pupils from Y1 to Y6 will be involved in a wide range of e-safety work, including drama activities, blogs, a podcast and artwork promoting safe use of the Internet.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Rossmar School At Rossmar School we are committed to keeping our pupils safe. By participating in SID day we are helping our children stay safe beyond the school gates.
  • UK Youth Young People from our Microsoft IT Champions Programme will be running peer education sessions in schools and youth groups
  • St Lukes Science and Sports College We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day 2014 with lots of great information for both staff and students, plus activities and competitions throughout the day.
  • 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.
  • Hindhayes Infants School We are holding a parents meeting on internet safety. We will also be carrying out a variety of activities to promote safety on the internet.
  • The Alannah and Madeline Foundation Follow us @eSmart_AMF on Twitter today to see how we are creating positive, respectful and inclusive communities which reduce bullying and cyberbullying and increase online safety.
  • Barnardo's Barnardo's and Staffordshire County Council have a new website supporting young people between 12 and 19 - www.upsideonline.co.uk. We shall be introducing it to students at Wilnecote High, Tamworth.
  • Aylands School We are planning a special assembly on e-safety and throughout the day all lessons will be IT based. We are also hosting an open evening to allow parents to come in and gather information.
  • The Snaith School On Safer Internet Day, we will raise awareness with all pupils about how we can make the internet better. Pupils will be involved in a variety of activities, giving their views, ideas and suggestions.
  • Moderation Gateway We will be sharing Safer Internet Day 2014 with our past and present students - encouraging them to spread the word. We will also be highlighting SID 2014 on our website and social media channels.
  • 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!
  • Aylesham Primary School We are going to celebrate Safer Internet Day by looking at how the internet has enhanced our life and why we need to be safe while using it.
  • Summer Lane Primary We will be having a E-Safety Day. Lots of different activities happening throughout school.
  • Carlton Central Juniors We will be promoting Safer Internet Day with a workshop for parents run by pupils, making comic strips, thinking up raps, acting out scenarios and making books to inform our parents about e-safety.
  • Great Yarmouth College GYC will be running a day of events and tutorials around the SID theme and encouraging learners to get involved through social media too.
  • Brakenhale Assemblies and tutor awareness.
  • University of Dundee From the 10th to 14th February we are holding an Information Security Week for students and staff at the University of Dundee featuring talks, a drop-in clinic and daily communications with top tips.
  • St. Mark's High School We will be holding Safer Internet Day assemblies for every year group to highlight the positive contribution everyone can make to ensuring the Internet becomes a safer place!
  • Jisc RSC SE Jisc RSCs held an event in Nov to support organisations with SID2014. http://sid.jiscrsc.ac.uk/2014/ We also have a variety of blogs around e-Safety and SID2014 http://jiscrsc.jiscinvolve.org/wp/
  • The Fostering Network The Fostering Network will be publishing advice from our experts on internet safety for foster carers and fostered children and young people.
  • CEOP We'll be celebrating Safer Internet Day with the launch of Keeping Children Safe Online - an internet safety e-learning course for professionals - developed by the NSPCC and CEOP
  • DB Primary We will be promoting Safer Internet Day to our customers and making them aware of our free educational resources which cover key e-safety topics.
  • 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.