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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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  • Lookfantastic Training We are providing information to parents regarding the risks of the internet as well as quizzes, awareness raising lessons and posters for our clients.
  • 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"
  • Bradway Primary School Bradway Primary School are deighted once again to be supporting the Safer Internet Day campaigh. We will spend the day delivering assemblies and using the resources online.
  • The Diana Award Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Programme This year we are co-producing Safer Internet Day TV with the UK Safer Internet Centre. We will be creating resources for the staff and young people we work with and encouraging them to get involved!
  • Bush Hill Park Primary School We are going to run workshops and sessions during the day.
  • Torridon Infant and Nursery School We are raising awareness to children discussing SMART rules and choosing the winners of our e-safety poster competition. We will also have a workshop for parents later on during the day.
  • Yeovil College There will be e-safety videos showing in the Spot student enrichment centre and a cross-campus QR code hunt, with interactive activities, resources and a competition.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Christ's College Guildford At Christ's College, we have had a five week run up educating our learners about E-safety in our Computing lessons.
  • 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.
  • United Learning With schools all over the country, we will be using the power of the internet to bring together all our primary schools for Safer Internet Day assemblies - sharing ideas, smiley faces and pledges!
  • PAPYRUS Prevention of young suicide PAPYRUS campaign for safer internet use by raising sensitive awareness of existing harmful sites and how we might remove or reduce access to these websites. for further info see our website.
  • Rathbone We will be delivering internet safety sessions to young people 16-18yrs, improving their knowledge to keep them safe when using the internet.
  • 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.
  • Chewton Mendip CEVA Primary school A whole school assembly, led by digital leaders, followed by lots of exciting technology-inspired activities in classes.
  • Brampton Primary Academy Assembly to the whole school. Quick activities throughout the week. Pledges written and shared in school & on website. Social media fact files sent home to support parents LGfL survey. Update website.
  • Tufnell Park School We are running assemblies, workshops and inviting parents into school to promote esafety messages throughout the week.
  • 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.
  • Newcross Healthcare Solutions Newcross Healthcare is supporting Safer Internet Day with a #NurChat discussion for healthcare professionals on Tuesday 10th Feb. Join in from 8pm, more info at
  • Westward Housing Group We will be promoting the day on Facebook and Twitter to our customers. Mentioning it in our customer (7000 homes) newsletter. Putting it out to staff in our staff newsletter and on our Westie intranet.
  • West Yorkshire Police Sharing advice to our Twitter followers and Facebook fans - providing links to existing online safety information and resources.
  • BT BT is promoting a safer internet for children by publicising and supporting the event via our internal and external channels and co-ordinating its efforts with Internet Matters.
  • Westwood Community Junior School Assembly covering the main themes. In class- discussion, role plays, poster designing. SIDTV. Jigsaw/Moshi Monsters SID 2014. Parents survey + invite to chat to teachers about internet safety.
  • Lowerplace Primary School We will be holding assemblies in key stage 1 and 2. All computing taught during this week will focus on SID activities. All class blogs will promote SID.
  • 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.
  • Castle Carrock As a primary school our pupils will be taking the initiative on the day - we will hold an assembly led by our Digital Leaders and a parental coffee morning!
  • EE EE will promote our existing e-safety online content through Twitter and Facebook. We’ll be spreading the word to our frontline teams, increasing awareness of our child safety online content.
  • Friendly WiFi The Friendly WiFi team are looking forward to sharing information via our website and social media channels to promote Safer Internet Day to parents, teachers, children and young people across the UK
  • Prospect aschool Our school will be carrying out activities throughout the week in different subjects and contexts, reinforcing for our SEN pupils the need for internet safety.