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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
  • 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!
  • Christchurch Primary School We will have assemblies on internet safety as well as students watching safety videos in lessons.
  • Chambersbury Primary School We will be holding a 'Be Safe Online' day with a range of activities planned across the school. Our more able writers group will be creating resources to share with children and parents to summarise.
  • Belthorn Academy Primary School The whole school will be taking part in various activities throughout the day focussing on staying safe online!
  • Strictly Education Ltd We are highlighting SID 2015 to schools throughout this term and next. During the day and weeks after, we are leading assemblies, running workshops for parents and carers, and leading staff training.
  • Bury Council For Safer Internet Day, we are distributing resources and information to schools to use to raise awareness for pupils across KS1 - KS4.
  • Matthew Arnold Primary School February 10th is planned as a full day for families and pupils to engage in a programme of activities to drive home the message of how to stay safe on the internet.
  • Cansfield High School We will start the day with an assembly, followed by a range of activities and reinforcing our 'Think before you click' campaign across the school.
  • Halifax Primary School Holding an assembly and asking pupils to fill out pledge cards!
  • Princess Frederica CE VA Primary School - Brent Discussions at house group meetings. Whole school assembly. Parent/carer coffee mornings. Thinkyouknow/parents link on our website.
  • All Saints CEP Assembly and activities throughout the day and inviting family and governors in the afternoon to share our learning and perform some 'good deeds'
  • Simonside Community Primary School We are promoting safer Internet day with a launch assembly! Each class will learn about being safe on the Internet and make a pledge! We hope to display some work too!
  • PSHE Association We will spread the word to our community of PSHE teachers, encouraging them to teach their pupils about internet safety in PSHE lessons, and signpost to helpful guidance to support them to do so.
  • Olney Infant Academy Our Digital Leaders (6 & 7 year olds) are taking an assembly on e-safety. Parents are signposted to the Stay Safe section on the school website and the Vodafone Digital guide for information.
  • HomeHalo We're dedicated to making the web safer for kids. As well as developing our new e-safety product, we're giving out advice leaflets at local schools with tips for parents on keeping kids safe online.
  • North Shore Academy North Shore Academy will be supporting SID2015 by having displays, online learning activities, and quizzes for the students, promoting the ‘Let’s create a better internet together’ theme. #Up2Us
  • 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.
  • Bilborough Sixth Form College We are celebrating Safer Internet Day by raising awareness across the whole college e.g. Online e-Safety course all students, delivering materials from CEOP and offering information and support.
  • Stanville Primary School We plan to explore all aspects of internet safety with our children and community, highlighting current good practice and helping everyone to stay 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.
  • Blossomfield Infant School This year an E-safety committee of children has been set up in school who will lead activities in their classrooms alongside their teachers about 'Making a better internet together!'
  • Oxford Grove Primary School We are having a week of eSafety related activities, including a parent session.
  • Xtp International We aim to promote Safer Internet Day by emailing our learners and staff with information and updates. We also want to use Facebook to promote and provide support for our learners and their families.
  • Suffolk One We will be running drop in sessions for staff & students to learn about keeping safe online and running a range of practical and online activities throughout the day to spread the SID message!
  • Early Start Abbey Lane Children Centre We will be incorporating the key messages within our popular sessions in order to emphasise the importance of internet safety.
  • Vadis Training & Development We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day across social media. Our plan is to share informative articles/resources for parents, children and young people throughout the day to promote e-safety.
  • Bradon Forest School Y7 & Y8 Lessons will cover issues surrounding the use of the Internet and how we can make the Internet a better place and students in all year groups will be having assemblies focusing on e-safety.
  • Hull Collegiate School 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.