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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
  • Beechcroft Infant School E-Safety assembly in the afternoon; keeping safe online/launching a competition to design an E-Safety poster. Favourite pictures from each year group will be used in an E-Safety poster with comments.
  • 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.
  • City College Brighton & Hove Supporting students to take responsibility for their online presence and reputation.
  • ESET UK We are going to develop quizzes and competitions to encourage involvement. Sending Tweets, Facebook posts and Emails about SID will spread the word and help us to "create a better internet together".
  • Brighton Hove and Sussex Sixth Form College (BHASVIC) Supporting students to take responsibility for their online presence and reputation.
  • Nunney First School To have a Computing Open Day to celebrate the work that we are doing to develop the new curriculum which will include internet safety awareness for children and parents.
  • Lincs Inspire We will be holding information sessions at our 4 libraries on the 10th February, letting people know how they can use the Internet safely. For more information go to http://library.nelincs.gov.uk
  • Uffculme Primary School Whole school assembly following a unit of work with Digi Excellence Scheme on raising internet awareness and safety.
  • Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations We will be encouraging sign-up beforehand and then will publicise Safer Internet Day via our e-bulletin, blogs and social media.
  • Sutton Life Centre We provide cinematic tours on a range of child safety issues for visiting school groups all year round. To celebrate Safer Internet Day, we have also introduced Internet Safety workshops for 2015.
  • GTL Genetic Testing laboratories We will be adding a Safer Internet weblink and message to our email signatures on Safer internet day 2015
  • Pensilva Primary School A range of activities to raise awareness, including a questionnaire, session with parents highlighting risk via the internet led by children, including games, an assembly around internet safety.
  • 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.
  • Braunstone Frith Primary School At Braunstone Frith Primary School we have held an internet safety poster campaign. The children will be holding discussion forums and will focus on what is a responsible internet user.
  • TotallyTween We will ensure that our site is secure for our Tweens.  We will run a competition to raise awareness of online safety; the winning entry will be posted on our site and form part of our safety policy.
  • Girl Talk Girl Talk is publishing a How to Be Safe & Kind on the Internet feature for Safer Internet Day. This is part of a year-long anti-bullying campaign: Hands Up, Let's Stop Bullying for All
  • Tollesbury School We will have individual sessions for each year group and a parent's information session. We will be putting some online resources on our VLE for children to access.
  • Moderation Gateway We will encourage discussions on internet safety with our past and present content moderation students via our student forums. We will also share SID messages on our social media channels and website.
  • Early Start Canberra Children Centre We will be incorporating the key messages within our popular sessions in order to emphasise the importance of internet safety.
  • Trenode C of E School We will be celebrating with a whole week of activites - We have already presented to parents before each of our Christmas show performances, and have a dedicated area on our school website.
  • Liberton Primary School We're taking a whole school approach to learning about internet safety with every class taking part in lessons about ways to be safe online.
  • Schools Broadband Schools Broadband is keen to support Safer Internet Day in 2015. This year we'll be giving 10 free Digiduck's Big Decision Books to every primary school customer that sends us a request.
  • St Paul's British Primary School We are having a speaker in to talk to our children and parents about cyber safety.
  • Northumberland College Our main TV in the central foyar of the Ashington Campus will be streaming the SIDTV channel all day. Booklets will be available to read, and members of the ICT support team are available to chat to.
  • Hetton Primary School We will be taking part in assemblies and class based activities, helping us to realise how we can stay safe online.
  • Samaritans Over 64,500 people heard about Safer Internet Day due to our social media. We asked people to share a smiley face icon on Twitter, while on Facebook, we urged people to do something kind.
  • Cybersmile The Cybersmile Foundation will be promoting Safer Internet Day across our plethora of positivity-packed social media channels & offering support to people of any age who are affected by cyberbullying.
  • NSPCC The NSPCC will be supporting Safer Internet Day in a wide variety of ways by promoting messages, materials, advice and information to children, parents and professionals.
  • 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.
  • Christchurch Primary School We will have assemblies on internet safety as well as students watching safety videos in lessons.