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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
  • Brighton Hove and Sussex Sixth Form College (BHASVIC) Supporting students to take responsibility for their online presence and reputation.
  • Bolton College LRC We will be displaying posters and providing resources for tutors to deliver sessions. We will also be roaming the college with ipads ensuring everyone has the correct privacy settings on social media.
  • St George and St Teresa Primary School We are holding an E-Safety information evening led by our Y4 and Y5 children.
  • O2 At O2 we will be using digital technology to support and promote Safer Internet Day to our customers and staff and holding internet safety awareness sessions for children at a number of our stores.
  • Carroll Centre We shall be encouraging children and young people to participate in a range of Safer Internet Day activities.We will be providing a variety of information for parents and promoting the day to all.
  • 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
  • The Education Fellowship We are running school assemblies, lessons, sessions for parents and staff on e-safety between November 2014 and February 2015
  • Plus Dane Group As an organisation we will be promoting the event via all our social media channels and also via promoting the 'stay safe online' modules of the Learn My Way e-learning modules.
  • The Priory City of Lincoln Academy The Priory City of Lincoln Academy will be supporting Safer Internet Day through a series of assemblies, activities during tutor time, and references to safe use of the internet across the curriculum.
  • Saint Wilfrids Church of England Primary Academy We are having a creative Safer Internet Day for the whole school from Nursery to Year 6. We have puppets, art, drama, debates and we will all be making our online pledge.
  • The Hemel Hempstead School Running Main Assemblies for the week
  • 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.
  • Great Denham Primary School We will all be writing a pledge, then linking together to form a continuous human chain around the whole school: demonstrating the important link we play in making the internet a better place.
  • The St Philip Howard Catholic High School Assemblies, tutor periods, sharing information on our website and with our community, Esafety sessions with UK Safer Internet Centre planned for y7 and 8, staff and parents in March
  • Code Club at Carnforth Christ Church CofE Primary School I've been involved with SID since 2010 and always use it as an opportunity to deliver eSafety lessons based on the theme of SID that year and to use the wonderful resources that are provided.
  • Alternative Education Boroughwide activities and workshops
  • Camping Connect Ltd Camping Connect are looking forward to sharing via our website and social media to promote Safer Internet Day to all of our users and partners in the Leisure industry across the UK.
  • All Wales School Liaison Core Programme School Community Police Officers will be teaching pupils about how to keep safe on the Internet. A new lesson about sexting and the Law, called Risky Pics will be introduced to pupils across Wales.
  • The Bentley Federation Our Digital Ambassadors will host a special assembly in each of our schools and all classes will be involved in activities, including designing posters, leaflets and content for our school newspapers.
  • St Mary's Island Church of England (aided) Primary School Whole school assembly. All children will be involved in an activity appropriate for their class then write what they have learnt. Examples and evaluation from each class to go into a shard book.
  • Argoed High School We will be delivering assemblies and esafety lessons for Safer Internet Day.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Timbertree 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.
  • Stop it Now! UK & Ireland We will deliver a number of internet safety sessions to primary school students as well as parents/carers. We'll promote messages and information through social media activity on Facebook and Twitter.
  • Max Callum Chaperones Max Callum Chaperones is very pleased to support SID 2015. All our chaperones and tutors working on TV, Film and Theater will be spreading the word, in support, plus social media coverage.
  • Communities 2.0 Communities 2.0 will be running free sessions across Wales on Safer Internet Day at libraries and community venues. Find out more at www.communities2point0.org.uk.
  • www.NoBullying.com We plan to help promote Safer Internet Day on our website.
  • Ysgol Llandrillo Yn Rhos Class activities and E-Safety assemblies. Sessions for parents on supporting children online.
  • Carwarden House School We will completing the Safer Internet Day quiz and participating in drama activities emphasising the importance of staying safe online.