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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

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  • Risc IT Solutions We're getting involved by spreading the word through our employees and UK network of Partners & Customers. We want to encourage them to join the conversation and keep internet safety front of mind!
  • Brinscall St John's CE/Methodist Primary School We will be having a whole school assembly alongside class based activities to support the Safer Internet Day.
  • BulliesOut BulliesOut will be delivering Cyber Safety workshops to young people using videos and activities. We will also promote the campaign across our webisite and social media pages.
  • Penydre highschool To celebrate the day, Penydre is dedicating it’s assemblies to safer internet day, performing internet safety inspired drama lessons and encouraging pupils to create an internet safety campaign.
  • Guston Church of England Primary School We will be having workshops throughout the day to explore how to build a safer internet. At the end of the day the children will present their work to each other and their parents in an assembly.
  • eCadets Our eCadets (3-18yrs) will be completing our cross-curriculum challenges in schools across UK. There'll be Skype/Google hangouts and eCadets collaborating through our 100% safe social platform Bubble.
  • Ditch the Label As one of the UK's largest anti-bullying charities, we will be taking to our various touch points with young people to highlight our pioneering work surrounding digital citizenship.
  • The Redstart Primary School We are using the resources to spread the word about Safer Internet Day and also are having a whole school assembly to share the great ideas.
  • St Nicholas CE Primary School West Tanfield We are holding an information evening for parents and carers in our local community on Thursday 5th February at 6.30pm. Pupils will be engaging in activities as part of lessons and in assembly time.
  • National Children's Bureau (NCB) We will be supporting Safer Internet Day through social media and working with colleagues at the Anti-Bullying Alliance to highlight how the internet can be a safer place for everybody.
  • British Council We'll be promoting all our content related to online safety on our homepage and encouraging discussion of online safety via our social media channels.
  • Medway Community Primary School We will be incorporating e safety values throughout our curriculum.
  • The Brookfield School We are using the resources provided to deliver Safer Internet Day lessons for each year group. We are advertising Safer Internet Day on our website with links to the advice sheets for parents.
  • Action Fraud Action Fraud will be encouraging those following Safer Internet day to contact the national reporting centre, if they think they have been a victim of finacially motivated cyber crime.
  • Building Engineering Services Training BEST apprentices will be taking part in the on line quiz activity to see how internet savvy they really are!!
  • St. Mary's CEVC Primary School We will be having assemblies and other sessions around school highlighting the fantastic opportunities of the internet and how to use them safely and apprpriately.
  • O2 At O2 we will be using digital technology to support and promote Safer Internet Day to our customers and staff and holding internet safety awareness sessions for children at a number of our stores.
  • Malvern St James Girls' School Nibbles, Bits and Bytes lunches with age-appropriate interactive quizzes; social networking clinics run by sixth formers; several other activities
  • easyDNA We are happy to be helping to provide a safer internet environment by promoting Safer internet by adding a message about Safer Internet and your logo to our email signatures on the day.
  • 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.
  • Burman Infant School We are holding a whole school Assembly to remind the children about the importance of internet safety. We have produced a leaflet to send home for parents to support discussions with their children.
  • Park Foster Care Park Foster Care will be promoting Safer Internet Day with our foster carers, children and young people and our staff. Safeguarding children and foster carers is our priority at Park
  • YoungMinds We are asking all our young activists to tell us how they support eachother online when they feel unhappy, and ask all those who work with young people to support them in looking out for eachother.
  • 4D Data Centres At 4D security is at the heart of our business. So to mark Safety Internet Day we will release some tips on how to stay safe on the internet.
  • Longney CE Primary SChool All our pupils will be renewing their signatures to our Acceptable User Policy.
  • Havering College of Further and Higher Education Promoting SID using displays/leaflets on each campus. Youth workers will use tablets with clips of stories around Cyber bullying and its impact. Online promotion through the use of the college VLE.
  • Holy Trinity CofE Primary School At Holy Trinity we love Safer Internet Day! This year once again we will be running SID workshops for each class, having competitions, specific lesson plans and a parents workshop after school.
  • HeadStart Wolverhampton A live radio broadcast focussed on eSafety will be broadcast on HeadStart FM ( The broadcast will be lead by Wolverhampton young people with support from Russell Prue (@russellprue).
  • Point2Protect - helping keep children safe online Point2Protect is committed to supporting e-safety. We'll be promoting the Safer Internet Day at the BETT show in London from the 21st - 24th January 2015 with a free prize draw for visitors.
  • Gayton Junior School As the 10th February sits in our half term, we will be celebrating safer internet day on the 23rd February. We will do this by using the Primary pack and ideas from our Anti-Bullying Ambassadors.