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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
  • Kinlet C of E Primary School We will revisit our powerpoint created for parents and for last years internet safety day and remind parents that it can be viewed on our website. Computing lessons will focus on e-safety.
  • Swanmead School We will be supporting with lessons to all students and a assembly.
  • Montgomery Junior School We will be running activities throughout the day to help our pupils stay safe on the internet.
  • Thurrock Adult Community College Promoting Safer Internet Day to all of our learners and visitors with a foyer display, information/online guidance handouts and our social media feeds #up2us.
  • Oxfordshire County Council Youth Engagement and Opportunities Promoting Safer Internet Day on our Young Person's Website, www.oxme.info and running a prize competition for local young people on mind your online language & let's create a better internet together.
  • Kings Worthy Primary We will be reminding pupils about e-safety and hosting an information evening for parents.
  • Royal Cross Primary School We will be looking at e safety in classes and having a week of whole school assemblies. We will also send home information for parents to share at home.
  • St. Charles R. C. Primary School At St. Charles, Safer Internet Day falls within our eSafety Creative Week where we will be learning all about how to keep safe online!
  • Children's Rights Alliance for England Under the UNCRC children have rights to form & express opinions & to engage in debate. They also have a human right to be kept safe from harm. CRAE will blog about children's rights in a digital age.
  • Bugbrooke Community Primary School Following a parent workshop on e-safety we will be celebrating Safer Internet Day in school with an assembly and whole school sharing of good digital deeds.
  • Cyberoam Inc. NetGenie's Smart Wireless Router with Age-wise Parental Controls empower Parents to protect their children from the risks of the Internet. We are celebrating SID through our extensive partner network.
  • Great Horwood Church of England Combined School We have organised CEOP meetings for parents and our year 5 & 6. The children are producing safer internet use posters to display around the school and producing Online Safety Leaflets to go home.
  • Crowcroft Park Primary School In our school children will be taking part in a variety of fun activities to promote keeping safe online.
  • Glasgow Caledonian University Glasgow Caledonian University, iomart, Dell & Young Scot are hosting a seminar & publishing online advice for young people on managing their social media with regards to future education & employment.
  • The Marist Preparatory School The Marist Preparatory School, Ascot, will be celebrating Safer Internet Day by taking part in a variety of e-safety workshops and activities, from Pre-Nursery through to Year 6.
  • The Howard of Effingham School All our students are having assemblies focusing on Safer Internet Day and all Y7 and 8s are having e-safety workshops from CyberChampions to help to keep them safe when using technology.
  • Audley Junior School Audley Junior school will be holding assemblies, competitions and parent's workshops as part of their annual e-safety, Safer Internet Day.
  • 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!
  • 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.
  • Brinscall St John's CE/Methodist Primary School We will be having a whole school assembly alongside class based activities to support the Safer Internet Day.
  • 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.
  • Abercarn Primary Whole School Assembly. Class activites links to computing curriculum.
  • Family Online Safety Institute FOSI looks forward to blogging and sharing online safety resources that will help support the Safer Internet Day message, and encouraging our partners and member companies to do the same.
  • Wellsprings Primary School We will be holding an assembly, each class will be doing an activity and children will be completing a pledge card.
  • Fiona O'Donnell MP As a mother and grandmother, I am acutely aware of the importance of keeping children and young people safe online. Safer Internet Day is a very welcome opportunity to promote this issue more widely.
  • Calmore Junior School We will be holding a whole-class assembly and completing activities in class to promote Safer Internet Day 2015.
  • 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.
  • Nickelodeon UK To mark Safer Internet Day, Nickelodeon has created an interactive Internet Safety quiz on nick.co.uk. Kids can put their internet safety know-how to the test.
  • Esafety Adviser During the week of SID2015 I will be working in schools with students, teachers and parents to support the creative and safe use of technology.
  • Ling Bob JI&N School We plan to hold a whole school assembly on Safer Internet Day followed by class activities - create slogan, paper people and better internet recipe to consolidate the learning and messages.