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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
  • Chichester High School for Girls Local schools have entered a competition for students from Key Stage 2 – 5 and have been asked to produce a 2 minute film about an aspect of safety and keeping themselves safe online.
  • Newdigate Primary Safer Internet Assembly Survey out to Year 5 and 4 parents and children Focus in Computing lessons for that week Powerpoint in Reception area made by Year 6 on ESafety for parents
  • volunteers uk We will celebrate SID by providing young people with information and resources with fun activities.
  • Kings Worthy Primary We will be reminding pupils about e-safety and hosting an information evening for parents.
  • 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.
  • Ponteland First School We will be supporting Safer Internet Day by reminding all of our children about staying safe on line. We will be sending information leaflets to parents too!
  • Mothers' Union Mothers’ Union is pleased to support SID. We will include information in our monthly policy update for members and will include the latest advice from UKSIC on Mothers' Union's websites
  • Blessed Sacrament Catholic Primary School We kicked off with a whole school assembly and each class have lot's of fun activities to complete throughout the week to ensure we can create a Safer Internet.
  • Birmingham City Council Birmingham's inter-agency Bullying Reduction Action Group (BRAG) along with Link2ICT will be promoting SID and launching our own Cyber-bullying & Internet Safety Advice Leaflets for Parents & Carers.
  • Born Digital Books We will be giving away copies of our children’s picture book about online safety "Webster’s Email” on social media and blogging at www.borndigitalbooks.co.uk to raise awareness.
  • Essex Police We are using our social media channels and website including an online chat to offer advice and information about internet safety. Look out for our officers who will share a smile on Twitter!
  • Brighton & Hove LSCB We will be sharing advice & resources on our website and twitter, talking to our partner agencies about online safety, and promoting our drawing competition on "The Dangers of Cyberbullying"
  • Montgomery Junior School We will be running activities throughout the day to help our pupils stay safe on the internet.
  • The Social & Emotional Wellbeing Support Service (SEWSS) We will be featuring information about SID 2015 on Facebook and Twitter and offering local schools free sessions for parents/carers on internet safety.
  • Old Sarum Primary School in Salisbury Old Sarum Primary School will help create a better internet on Internet Safety Day with special assemblies and activities with all our pupils throughout the day.
  • Acorns Primary School Writing stories, composing songs, creating comic strips and shooting a movie to promote staying safe online.
  • Christ Church CE Padgate Primary We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day by having a special assembly and spending the day creating information posters on how we can make the internet a friendly place to be.
  • Kids Casting Call Pro We'll be helping to promote Safer Internet Day 2015 #SID2015 via our website, social media and the KidsCCP newsletter. Also planning to launch a safe internet quiz with some prizes for our members.
  • St John's Catholic Primary School We created safer internet recipes, promises, completed quizzes and had class debates.
  • Aspley Guise Lower School We are reinforcing esafety with all children and sending information out to parents on that day.
  • Department for Education Sport & Culture (Jersey) Coordinating and supporting events in Jersey schools across the Island.
  • 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.
  • Oakwood Court College Oakwood Court is creating an accessible, differentiated resource for learning disabilities. We will be using video, stills, signs and symbols.
  • Abercarn Primary Whole School Assembly. Class activites links to computing curriculum.
  • Cornwall Healthy Schools We are helping to raise awareness of Internet Safety to all Schools and Families in Cornwall and will be promoting Safer Internet Day on our websites and Twitter pages.
  • Great Denham Primary School We will all be writing a pledge, then linking together to form a continuous human chain around the whole school: demonstrating the important link we play in making the internet a better place.
  • Hampshire Collegiate School Following an assembly to launch the day Y1 to Y6 will be involved in art, drama and music activities to celebrate the exciting things about the Internet whilst learning to be a great digital citizen.
  • Harrytown Catholic High School All pupils to complete internet safety quizzes specific to their age range. There will also be practical workshops working in teams to create either a new e-safety board game or e-safety T-shirt
  • All Wales School Liaison Core Programme School Community Police Officers will be teaching pupils about how to keep safe on the Internet. A new lesson about sexting and the Law, called Risky Pics will be introduced to pupils across Wales.
  • Mike Crockart MP Mike is spreading the word about Safer Internet Day through his website and the local media. He is encouraging as many people as possible in Edinburgh West to sign up and take part in the activities