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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

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  • Somerville Primary School A whole school event focusing on celebrating the positive impact we can make using the Internet safely.
  • Alternative Education Boroughwide activities and workshops
  • Blessed Sacrament Catholic Primary School We kicked off with a whole school assembly and each class have lot's of fun activities to complete throughout the week to ensure we can create a Safer Internet.
  • Chris Moore Media I am working with Foster Care Co-operative to advise their staff and carers on safe ways to use and monitor Social Media usage.
  • Engayne Primary School Children will create posters, comic strips, movies, poems & songs showing they understand the importance of e-safety, an assembly on e-safety and open session for parents on internet safety tips.
  • AVG Technologies We are working together with the Antibullying Alliance and teachers to create free resources for teachers, schools and children to combat cyberbullying.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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
  • Nominet Nominet is a not-for-profit business, responsible for the smooth and secure running of the .uk internet infrastructure. Our advice site helps users stay safe and informed online.
  • United Learning With schools all over the country, we will be using the power of the internet to bring together all our primary schools for Safer Internet Day assemblies - sharing ideas, smiley faces and pledges!
  • Leigham Primary School We will run a whole school assembly to present the themes, then the children will complete activities in their classes and a competition for homework.
  • Warwickshire Police and West Mercia Police Warwickshire Police and West Mercia Police will be supporting Safer Internet Day through Twitter and Facebook.
  • British Association for Adoption and Fostering BAAF consultant Paul Adams will be attending the event with MP Edward Timpson. In December Childnet came and spoke to our IFP Forum members and we have social media workshops planned for this year.
  • Ballyclare High School Our Digital Leaders will be holding workshops for staff, parents and their peers to mark SID 2015. There will be special assemblies and competitions to raise awareness of this year's message #up2us
  • Tinder Foundation Tinder Foundation manages the 5,000-strong UK online centres network and we'll be celebrating SID by encouraging the network to highlight the importance of web safety to internet beginners.
  • Rainbow Head Youth Rainbow Head will be sharing resources, information and articles about Safer Internet Day and cyber safety. We will also be supporting partners and friends who have e-safety projects.
  • Born Digital Books We will be giving away copies of our children’s picture book about online safety "Webster’s Email” on social media and blogging at to raise awareness.
  • Barnby Dun Primary Academy An assembly will take place.Children will be involved with activities such as drama, creating posters, making pledges to extend work covered already linked with Internet safety.
  • Napier Community Primary and Nursery Academy The children will be finding out how to stay safe online through stories and games. Parents and Carers will be informed about this and how to support their child to keep safe online.
  • Future Digital We will be promoting Safer Internet Day 201 by raising awareness across our social media platforms. Future Digital will also launch a series of Internet Safety resource sheets to celebrate SIF 2015.
  • Ty Isaf Infants and Nursery School E Safety Parents Meeting, E Safety Assembly, E Safety Lessons in class. All on 10th February 2015.
  • Christchurch Primary School We will have assemblies on internet safety as well as students watching safety videos in lessons.
  • Lammas School & Sports College A series of assemblies, tutorial activities and a focus on safer internet in ICT lessons. We will also publicise safer internet on our school website and weekly newsletter.
  • Yeovil College There will be e-safety videos showing in the Spot student enrichment centre and a cross-campus QR code hunt, with interactive activities, resources and a competition.
  • Birmingham City Council Birmingham's inter-agency Bullying Reduction Action Group (BRAG) along with Link2ICT will be promoting SID and launching our own Cyber-bullying & Internet Safety Advice Leaflets for Parents & Carers.
  • Highdown School and Sixth Form Centre Students in Years 7, 8 9 and 10 will experience workshops given by employees of Symantec. These sessions should give students a boost with regards to personal safety on the internet.
  • St Paulinus C E Primary School Children will rotate around the classrooms doing a range of activities to help them understand how to use the internet in a safe way - work and pictures from these will be displayed in the school.
  • 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.