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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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  • Heanor Langley Infant School and Nursery The children will be finding out how to stay safe online through stories and games. We will also be promoting safer internet use to parents and carers.
  • G F S Platform Our Projects and Branches across the country will be providing activities for all our members using your resources with the theme of being safe on line on the 11th February, safer Internet day.
  • 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
  • Ardleigh Green Junior School We will do assemblies, an art poster and homework projects related to Internet safety.
  • Holy Trinity 3-16, Barnsley Pupils at Holy Trinity will learn about e-safety in form time. They will be given advice to help them stay safe on the internet and explore the issues related to cyber-bullying.
  • 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!
  • Cicely Haughton School Several ongoing class based theme highlighting the importance of staying safe on the internet. Designing posters etc.
  • Goffs School We will be providing a series of lessons and resources aimed at empowering our students and parents, and raising awareness of vital digital and online safety issues.
  • Learning Possibilities We want everyone to be safe online! LPPlus will be working with experts, charities & schools to provide our clients with resources & best practice to help them on tackling issues surrounding e-safety.
  • Sky Sky will be raising awareness through its various communications channels, co-coordinating its activities with Internet Matters.
  • Classroom Secrets Limited We have created lots of differentiated teaching resources all around e-safety. These are suitable for both teacher and parents all year round. Our resources include a quiz and guided reading packs.
  • DigiLit Leicester Leicester City Council's DigiLit Leicester project continues to champion e-safety as a key area of digital literacy for schools. Josie Fraser will be talking about our work on Digital Leaders TV.
  • Freebrough Academy Supporting all students across the Academy, to help them stay safe online. Let's create a better Internet together.
  • St Paul's British Primary School We are having a speaker in to talk to our children and parents about cyber safety.
  • Landmarks Learners will celebrate SID by taking part in; workshops, tutorials and reviewing the 5T's of Internet Safety - see a website that learners created
  • Rosemellin CP School Whole school assembly lead by Network manager. Classes to spend the day thinking about how to make a better internet. Activities and games taken from Safer internet day pack and Think U Know website.
  • Norwood Green Junior School We are sharing safer internet information with our parents and pupils and training up our computing leaders!
  • Concord Junior School Giving children the ability to make decisions to keep themselves safe is our primary function. Safer Internet Day enables us to focus on this through family activities, workshops and competitions.
  • Whoz The Daddy We will be adding the Safer internet web link and a message to our email signatures on the Safer internet day 2015
  • St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Brindle All the school will be involved in Safer Internet Day Activities to reinforce the importance of staying safe online.
  • The Hemel Hempstead School Running Main Assemblies for the week
  • Harris Academy Morden We are doing a tutor activity in the morning, using the resources provided, as well as an inter-faculty competition where students will be asked how they would make the internet better for everyone.
  • Orbit Group Ltd We're researching how we can help young adults we work with be more aware of e-safety issues and how they can better protect themselves and their families online.
  • Valley Primary School In the build-up to safer internet day we have all been learning about keeping safe on the internet in our computing lessons. We will also be having a special assembly and information for parents.
  • Manchester High School for Girls The Prep Department will be hosing assemblies for EYFS, KS1 & KS2 to highlight this important issue. Pupils will also be undertaking e-safety activities in Computing/PSHE lessons.
  • 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.
  • Taylor's Training Ltd Group discussions Planned group sessions Displays in class Displays in reception areas Meetings Learner information sheets Learner Notice Boards
  • Parkwood Schools Federation We are supporting Safer Internet Day by taking part in various creative e-safety activities across the school from Foundation Stage to Year 6. We will also be running assemblies and a parent workshop.
  • Cabot Primary School Cabot Primary School will be marking Safer Internet Day using the Primary Pack resources, so that every pupil will have a better understanding of how we can use the internet, safely.
  • Sevenoaks District Community Safety Partnership We will be promoting SID on our website, doing e-safety presentations in schools, providing an education pack for parents, tweeting, issuing a press release and promoting SMART.