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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
  • Redesdale Primary School Northumbria police are coming into school to highlight the dangers of e-safety to the children. Work will be displayed in school highlighting the dangers and rules for how to stay safe online.
  • Rowley Hall Primary School We are holding launch assemblies with KS1 & KS2, followed by a variety of class based & IT activities during the day.
  • Key2 We are constantly in the process of skilling-up staff to improve knowledge about online risks for our young people, & will be supporting the day by sharing The Safer Network resources on our intranet
  • Disney's Club Penguin Our eSafety campaign aims to empower kids to take the lead in spreading positive behaviour online, and provide parents with tools to support them. For more info visit www.clubpenguin.com/safety.
  • Old Sarum Primary School in Salisbury Old Sarum Primary School will help create a better internet on Internet Safety Day with special assemblies and activities with all our pupils throughout the day.
  • Furness College We will be supporting our learners' awareness of internet safety through a week of lunchtime activities including interactive quizzes, advice sessions, online material and presentations.
  • Aspley Guise Lower School We are reinforcing esafety with all children and sending information out to parents on that day.
  • London Meed Primary School Re-visiting our e safety rules
  • Friendly WiFi The Friendly WiFi team are looking forward to sharing information via our website and social media channels to promote Safer Internet Day to parents, teachers, children and young people across the UK
  • Newcross Healthcare Solutions Newcross Healthcare is supporting Safer Internet Day with a #NurChat discussion for healthcare professionals on Tuesday 10th Feb. Join in from 8pm, more info at Nurchat.co.uk
  • Cicely Haughton School Several ongoing class based theme highlighting the importance of staying safe on the internet. Designing posters etc.
  • St. Bernadette's Catholic Primary School, Harrow We are celebrating Safer Internt Day with an emphasis on e-safety in KS1 and KS2 using the streaming on SID TV in the school hall and using resources in KS1.
  • DigitalMe For Safer Internet Day, we will be leading the building of Safe-Bots in O2 flagship stores to inspire safety online!
  • Seaton Sluice Middle School We will be holding a whole school assembly and carrying out e-safety class activities.
  • Naace We'll be engaging our community of members & partners to help us raise awareness of SID2015 through resources, guidance & support, encouraging schools to develop their e-safety strategies & much more.
  • St Luke's Science and Sports College On Safer Internet Day we will be hosting a range of events for both staff and students. All pupils will complete an activity related to Safer Internet Day.
  • St. Mary's CEVC Primary School We will be having assemblies and other sessions around school highlighting the fantastic opportunities of the internet and how to use them safely and apprpriately.
  • Top Of The Pops Magazine We're supporting Safer Internet Day through our anti-bullying campaign, 'Hands Up! Let's Stop Bullying For All' in association with the Anti-Bullying Alliance.
  • Old Park Primary School We will be dedicating the afternoon of Safer Internet Day to workshops and an assembly across our school from reception to Year 6 to reinforce the importance of eSafety.
  • Kings Worthy Primary We will be reminding pupils about e-safety and hosting an information evening for parents.
  • Early Start Susan Lawrence Children Centre We will be incorporating the key messages within our popular sessions in order to emphasise the importance of internet safety.
  • 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.
  • St Mary's RC Primary School A school assembly will take place raising the profile of e-safety across the school and in class activities are planned to give children the knowledge to help be good digital citizens.
  • Whinstone Primary Lots of fun activities throughout our school, to support this important day!
  • 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.
  • Ilford County High School The whole school will have activities during lessons and form time. We also have an Internet Safety Day page on our school VLE.
  • 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.
  • Channel 4 C4 will add SID link to channel4.com in selected ad placements,C4/E4 homepages,related C4 programmes Cyberbully, Hollyoaks and help and support section. Promote on twitter accounts C4, E4,Channel4 News
  • Hadlow College Hadlow College will be supporting Safer Internet Day 2015 through promotional events, group tutorial activities and by encouraging students to use the internet in a safe and responsible way.
  • HeadStart Wolverhampton A live radio broadcast focussed on eSafety will be broadcast on HeadStart FM (www.headstart.fm). The broadcast will be lead by Wolverhampton young people with support from Russell Prue (@russellprue).