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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
  • EYTON PRIMARY SCHOOL Use activities from website on the day. Show slide show to whole school, discuss key ideas. Juniors collect internet questionnaires from pupils and use to make a presentation about their findings.
  • St John Fisher RC Primary School The children will attend an assembly designed for their age group to learn more about being safe online. They will be asked to make a SID promise which we will share with parents and carers.
  • St Lawrence Junior School We will be taking part as a whole school. Each year group will be focusing on a different area throughout the day to share with the other classes.
  • Lee Chapel Primary We are having a week of activities. We will be making E-safety Posters, holding a prize draw, for a laptop, drama group doing an assembly & drop in workshop for parents with our E-Safety ambassadors
  • MNT Training Ltd To support the day we are offering our learners, parents and all child carers the opportunity to enrol onto our MNT Training 'Keeping Children Safe on the Internet' course for free on the 10th Feb.
  • G F S Platform Our Projects and Branches across the country will be providing activities for all our members using your resources with the theme of being safe on line on the 11th February, safer Internet day.
  • Millington Primary School MPS children will continue to learn about the importance of E-Safety using a range of innovative technologies including publishing E-Safety persuasive posters, creating iMovies and designing apps.
  • The Priory City of Lincoln Academy The Priory City of Lincoln Academy will be supporting Safer Internet Day through a series of assemblies, activities during tutor time, and references to safe use of the internet across the curriculum.
  • St Mary's RC Primary Swinton A variety of E-Safety age appropriate activities across the school. An "Anti-bullying" show covering cyber-bullying. Sharing the messages learnt today with our parents and community via our website.
  • EU Kids Online EU Kids Online will release a new report on Mobile Opportunities at www.eukidsonline.net with evidence-based recommendations on how children can gain the potential benefits of internet use.
  • Morningside Primary School, Hackney We are celebrating Safer Internet Day by holding special assemblies, drama workshops and Parent Drop In sessions. Every adult, every pupil and every family at Morningside will be taking part.
  • Kurio We will promote the day across our social media channels and website and continue to provide safe but fun technology for children and families.
  • Leicester Adult Skills and Learning Service We plan to incorporate activities and information into our citywide adult learning sessions during the SID week. Posters have been displayed and leaflets distributed to parents and carers.
  • Plat Douet School This year for Safer Internet Day we will be participating in a variety of activities about staying safe online. Key Stage 2 will have an assembly and we are hoping to get parents involved too!
  • Cheshire Police I am a Schools Liaison Officer, and I have a presentation to yr 8 in one of my High schools in the afternoon and in the evening a presentation to parents in one of my primary schools.
  • West End First School Our Year 4 Triple A Squad (anti-bullying ambassadors) will present an assembly for the rest of the school on how to stay safe on the internet. Each class will have dedicated lessons on e-safety.
  • Welton Primary School We are running a day where the whole school comes off timetable, to create dramatic scenes in small groups that will teach others about E-safety and how to follow the SMART rules.
  • St Ursula's Catholic Junior School We will start the day with an e-safety assembly and the children will be involved in a range of activities throughout the day. We will also be sharing the Digital Parenting Magazine with parents.
  • St. Teresa's Catholic Primary School Our pupils will be revisiting the key messages for safe online activity and our older pupils will be planning the programming of online games with the theme of e-safety.
  • Middleton-in-Teesdale Primary School The whole school are having an assembly and watching the SID video clip at 2pm. Each year group have an e-safety activity to complete throughout the day.
  • Silverdale Primary Academy 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.
  • Bathwick St. Mary Church of England Primary School Our Y6 ICT Ambassadors will be presenting how to stay safe and use the internet responsibly to the whole school; so everyone can enjoy the best it has to offer.
  • City of Edinburgh Council Staff learning and development for over 150 staff across all agencies. Children and young people's competition. Parents evenings Resources to schools All done working in partnership
  • Light Oaks Junior School, Salford Every class is teaching Internet safety and there is a 'show and tell' celebration assembly at the end of the day with leaflets given out to parents at home time.
  • Lidget Green Primary School We are having assemblies, making and tweeting safebots and safe social networking.
  • 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.
  • Ninfield CE Primary School Ninfield School will be celebrating 'Safer Internet Day' with a whole school assembly (using the Safer Internet Day resources) followed by individual lessons and activities throughout the day.
  • Stiperstones C of E Primary School We will have a day where all the activities will help to ensure our students, staff and parents know how to keep themselves and others safe on-line.
  • Montgomery Junior School We will be running activities throughout the day to help our pupils stay safe on the internet.
  • The Progress Film Company Progress Film are delighted to be sharing the film we produced with the fantastic team at Childnet and over 150 young people across the UK, who share their vision of a safer internet. #Up2Us