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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
  • Natural Flair Coaching Ltd We will be working in partnership with schools, children's centres and local community providing workshops on internet safety to parents and supply on line info promoting SID via social media
  • Kirklees Learning and Skills Service Kirklees Learning and Skills Service supports Safer Internet Day 2015 and encourages all Kirklees organisations working with children and young people to take part in this exciting event.
  • Caldecote Community Primary School We will be celebrating Safer Internet day with a KS2 assembly in the morning and a short Circle time activity in class to discuss ways in which pupils can safe while on-line.
  • Eureka Primary School We share a passion for computing with an appreciation of the value of online facilities to us as 21st Century learners, we ensure our school community understands how to stay safe online.
  • Sacred Heart Primary We will spend the day looking at resources and having workshops dedicated to keeping all our children safe online, and supporting parents to do this at home.
  • Cravenwood 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.
  • Warwick Bridge Primary School Pupils will be working on posters, discussion groups and scenarios. The Espresso website has a number of interactive exercises. Teachers will hold discussions and Circle Time activities.
  • West Park Academy We celebrate Safer Internet Day each year at West Park Academy. 2015 will be no different. We hold assemblies with pupils and they take part in a range of activities all promoting safer internet use!
  • Riverside Performing Arts We are creating a show called 'Virtually Harmless' that will tour secondary schools in Birmingham over the next few weeks exploring the dark and light side of the internet.
  • The Devan Group I am planning on celebrating Safer Internet Day by providing the local schools in Market Weighton with presentations about the day. Along with supporting the day on social media.
  • Bidston Avenue Primary School Inviting parents to their children's computer lessons. Start with a presentation explaining how we educate and ensure children's online safety. Then they work together online and end with Q & A.
  • 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.
  • The Hive, Worcester. The Hive will be holding an afternoon drop in session for members of the public to find out more about being safer online. We'll be demonstrating how-tos such as adjusting broadband & mobile settings.
  • St Michael's Primary School A whole school approach where all classes take part and show case their work on the Friday. Competitions being run for children to have their work displayed in school and published on the website.
  • Early Start Shrewsbury Children Centre We will be incorporating the key messages within our popular sessions in order to emphasise the importance of internet safety.
  • Kids Casting Call Pro We'll be helping to promote Safer Internet Day 2015 #SID2015 via our website, social media and the KidsCCP newsletter. Also planning to launch a safe internet quiz with some prizes for our members.
  • Calow Primary School All pupils will be participating. Staff have planned activities to help pupils understand how to stay safe on the internet. This will link with our work with NSPPCC and their 'Share Aware ' campaign.
  • Wheatley Group We will promote SID2015 throughout our organisation for staff and also for our customers through our Digital Work. We take our customer online safety seriously and this is a great way to promote this.
  • Dell Dell, iomart, Young Scot & Glasgow Caledonian University are hosting a seminar & publishing online advice for young people on managing their social media with regards to future education & employment
  • Bartley Green School Assemblies to raise awareness (all years, 7-11).Briefing session for staff. KS3 lessons (all Year 7-9 pupils). Information about activities linked to event shared via Twitter. School display board.
  • Warwickshire ICTDS Warwickshire ICTDS are running an e-Safety song competition for Warwickshire & Coventry schools. This is the second year the competition has been held. The Paddox Primary School 2014 winners.
  • Liskeard School & Community College During Safer Internet Day our community will be engaging students with tips of how to play smarter and stay safer online. Following this up with an event for parents to help them help their kids.
  • Hexagon Care Services Work will be carried out through education looking at video clips and how we can keep ourselves safe. Work sheets have been provided to all the young people to complete for support.
  • Jisc Our internet safety hub includes useful resources on internet safety and security and we're planning events, articles and blog posts for FE and Skills sector staff www.jisc.ac.uk/internet-safety.
  • Excel Fostering We will be supporting Safer Internet Day by communicating via our website, newsletters and Facebook page.
  • Our lady Queen of Peace Primary School We will be having a visit from our Police Community Support Team, We will also be taking part in all of the Safer Internet Day Pledge activities and completing a home survey to include parents
  • Edenhurst Prep School We are holding a workshop for parents and events during the day for children.
  • St Catherines RC Primary School On safer internet day we will have on-going E-Safety activities in every classroom throughout the day, as well as having an assembly on internet safety led by some of our students.
  • St Margarets's C of E primary School We spend the whole day focused on activities relating to E-Safety. Starting off with an E-Safety assembly.
  • St Andrew's Benn C of E Primary School Informing parents we are taking part, sending them information on how to help at home, accessing the website during ICT lessons and running a Safer Internet Day poster competition to raise awareness.