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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
  • Full Circle Education Solutions Full Circle will be delivering workshops on e-safety in schools across South Wales to celebrate Safer Internet Day. We will also be offering training for professionals.
  • NSPCC Child Protection in Sport Unit The CPSU are holding an online safety webinar 28th January & will be promoting safegurding children online in sport resources throughout Safer Internet Day, both on our website and on twitter @TheCPSU
  • Woodbridge High School A week of assemblies supporting the SID campaign. Tutor group sessions to discuss issues. Parental advice emailed home and put on website.
  • 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.
  • Sparken Hill Academy All of our children and parents will be learning about Internet Safety this week, and showcasing what they have learnt during our 'Lets create a better internet together' assembly on Friday.
  • Warwickshire Police and West Mercia Police Warwickshire Police and West Mercia Police will be supporting Safer Internet Day through Twitter and Facebook.
  • Wrexham itec We will promote SID2015 throughout our organisation for staff and also to our learners.
  • ECPAT UK ECPAT UK supports young people to uphold their rights and to live a life free from threats of trafficking and abuse. We will be running an internet safety session with our young people and spreading the word through a banner on our emails.
  • 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.
  • Lightwater Village School At Lightwater Village School we hold an annual Safer Internet Day. On this day the children attend a special assembly and engage in supporting activities in their classrooms.
  • Nominet Nominet is a not-for-profit business, responsible for the smooth and secure running of the .uk internet infrastructure. Our advice site knowthenet.org.uk helps users stay safe and informed online.
  • West End First School Our Year 4 Triple A Squad (anti-bullying ambassadors) will present an assembly for the rest of the school on how to stay safe on the internet. Each class will have dedicated lessons on e-safety.
  • Intact Centre (Ingol and Tanterton Community Trust) The children attending our after school homework club will learn about key safety issues and will be asked to make a SID promise to be shared with parents and carers. The message will be continuous.
  • Cranmore Integrated Primary School Our planned activities will include information for parents, pupil workshops, whole school assembly and a competition to design posters. We intend to raise awareness among our whole school community.
  • The Lucy Faithfull Foundation 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.
  • Crosby-on-Eden Primary School Class 2 have been learning to use Hector the dolphin to keep us safe. Class 1 have been writing a song. Key Stage 2 have been preparing our whole school assembly for parents at the end of the day.
  • Bolton Schools ICT Already started through school visits highlighting the resources available for schools to use as part of SID2015. On the day encouraging Bolton schools to share what Esafety activities they get up to.
  • Old Palace of John Whitgift Independent Girls School Old Palace of John Whitgift Independent Girls School is supporting Safer Internet Day by running a week of assemblies, guest speakers, & competitions. Most subjects will also have e-safety elements.
  • Sex Education Forum In the run up to SID we are holding live web chats for our members to share plans, tips, ideas and resources. We are working together for good quality sex and relationships education in all schools.
  • Little Bowden Primary School Holding a whole school assembly and a series of lessons and activities aimed at teaching pupils Internet Safety and raising this issue with our parents.
  • IBDNA - International Biosciences We are an International DNA testing company we do paternity testing. We will be adding a message to our email signature to remind people about Safer Internet day.
  • www.NoBullying.com www.NoBullying.com will promote the day to our more than 400,000 per month, site visitors
  • 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.
  • South Camberley Primary and Nursery School We are having a Safer Internet day assembly, lessons about internet experiences and educating parents to be careful on allowing their children full access to the internet with no filters or monitoring
  • The British Library We're celebrating SID by sharing our new digital rights learning resource with Citizenship and Computing teachers across the UK. Magna Carta: My Digital Rights www.bl.uk/my-digital-rights
  • Ysgol Rhiwabon We are inviting the E-cadets from our Five Primary feeder schools to come up and make E-safety videos. They will be working with our E-Inspectors and our A' Level media students.
  • St. Begh's Catholic Junior School We will be having a week long focus on e-safety, ensuring that it is given the highest priority and that our children are properly aware of how to keep safe whilst enjoying fabulous technology.
  • Bathwick St. Mary Church of England Primary School Our Y6 ICT Ambassadors will be presenting how to stay safe and use the internet responsibly to the whole school; so everyone can enjoy the best it has to offer.
  • Llangan Primary School Our 'Safer Internet Day' is being led by our pupil's 'Tech Team'. We are holding a whole-school assembly and each class will be taking part in a number of activities organised and led by the pupils.
  • PSHE Solutions We will be offering training to schools and supporting 2 schools.