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Supporters

Activities took place right across the UK for Safer Internet Day 2015, with support from over 800 organisations and a range of celebrities!

Total Safer Internet Day Supporters

865
  • 513
    School/college
  • 82
    Charity/youth
  • 132
    Business
  • 36
    Government
  • 19
    Police
  • 82
    Other
  • Tufnell Park School We are running assemblies, workshops and inviting parents into school to promote esafety messages throughout the week.
  • Streetsbrook Infant & Nursery School We are beginning with a whole school assembly introducing Safer Internet Day 2015, followed by a range of age appropriate activities across the EYFS and KS1 to do with how to stay safe online.
  • Rosie Cooper MP On Safer Internet Day I will be raising awareness of staying safe online through social media and local press in West Lancashire.
  • Gilmorton Chandler CofE Primary School We will be having an SID assembly and other activities focused on creating a better internet together. It's a great way to boost the e-safety message amongst members our community.
  • Tarnished Studios Creating a short animated video to promote #up2us & #SID2015 for Childnet to use. Organising activities and awareness in South Yorkshire as well as running creative workshops for local children.
  • GirlingHughes Associates Ltd Presentation to all staff and children within an organisation
  • St Matthew's Catholic Primary School Liverpool A week of E-safety focused lessons and activities to coincide with Safer Internet Day 2015. At the end of the week children will showcase their work to parents & the local press.
  • Bristol IT Company We're giving out e-safety leaflets. We're blogging about the day and adding links to our emails.
  • Pentyrch Primary School At Pentyrch Primary School we have an activity day planned to celebrate Safer Internet Day. We are mixing up our classes in the afternoon so younger pupils can get advice and help from older ones.
  • Hull Collegiate School We are taking part in an online shared assembly, sharing what we are worried about when we are on the Internet and what we should do when we are concerned about what we see, hear or feel
  • Orbit Group Ltd We're researching how we can help young adults we work with be more aware of e-safety issues and how they can better protect themselves and their families online.
  • North Denes Junior School Each class will be spending the afternoon doing internet safety related activities.
  • Chance UK We will be promoting Safer Internet Day to our social media followers and asking all of our mentors to talk to the children they are mentoring about keeping safe online.
  • Norwood Green Junior School We are sharing safer internet information with our parents and pupils and training up our computing leaders!
  • Devon Safeguarding Children Board The DSCB will be supporting Safer Internet Day by joining in the conversation online and promoting all of the resources to our network of workers, volunteers, parents and carers across Devon.
  • Fiona O'Donnell MP As a mother and grandmother, I am acutely aware of the importance of keeping children and young people safe online. Safer Internet Day is a very welcome opportunity to promote this issue more widely.
  • 123ICT - Computing Support for Primary Schools Through workshops, 123ICT website blog, email campaigns and @123ict twitter feed, we will be making primary school pupils, staff and parents aware how we can create a better internet together.
  • St Mary of Charity Primary School We will be kick-starting the day with an assembly, followed by a range of activities across the school and finishing with a poster competition!
  • Stonewall We will be raising awareness of e-safety to our supporters and the wider public via social media. We are hosting an e-safety seminar for teachers discussing our Staying Safe Online Guide.
  • WISE KIDS Sharing website resources & research findings on our Generation 2000 study in Wales with stakeholders; running a Digital Education youth project in Cardiff to counter online radicalisation.
  • Government Equalities Office Equalities Ministers Nicky Morgan and Jo Swinson, together with GEO, DCMS and DfE will be proudly supporting Safer Internet Day 2015, helping to create a better internet together.
  • Sevenoaks District Community Safety Partnership We will be promoting SID on our website, doing e-safety presentations in schools, providing an education pack for parents, tweeting, issuing a press release and promoting SMART.
  • Gargrave CE (VC) Primary School Published link on newsletter, shared activities in classes across the whole school.
  • Tinder Foundation Tinder Foundation manages the 5,000-strong UK online centres network and we'll be celebrating SID by encouraging the network to highlight the importance of web safety to internet beginners.
  • Maybury Primary School We will have 2 assemblies (Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2) age appropriate for each phase. Each class will complete an activity e.g. posters, drama, artwork and discuss how to stay safe online.
  • St Ives School for Girls We will be taking part in a shared online assembly for Safer Internet Day, joining with other United Learning primary schools to share ideas, smiles and pledges.
  • Royal Cross Primary School We will be coming together as a whole school for a week to explore and explain how to keep each other safe when surfing.
  • Queen Alexandra College We will be having themed Functional ICT sessions throughout the week using a lot of the resources from the saferinternet.org.uk website to raise awareness of safer internet practices.
  • Brighton Aldridge Community Academy We will be raising awareness with activities in Tutor Time and by using our digital display screens to promote e-Safety messages.
  • The Bentley Federation Our Digital Ambassadors will host a special assembly in each of our schools and all classes will be involved in activities, including designing posters, leaflets and content for our school newspapers.