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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
  • Oakwood Primary Academy Year groups will be undertaking a lesson about using the internet safely
  • eCadets Our eCadets (3-18yrs) will be completing our cross-curriculum challenges in schools across UK. There'll be Skype/Google hangouts and eCadets collaborating through our 100% safe social platform Bubble.
  • Lowestoft College Students across the college will be undertaking esafety tutorials and activities.
  • LearnEnglish Kids We'll be promoting online safety with games and activities for children on our website. We'll also have an article and a poster to download for parents and teachers.
  • NCA CEOP Command CEOP will be releasing a brand new Thinkuknow Toolkit for education professionals to use with young people aged 11+ exploring the topics and safety messages found on the Thinkuknow websites.
  • 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.
  • Hull Collegiate School 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.
  • De La Salle College Belfast We promoted it to all staff who discussed it in registration, in class and in their homes. We provided slideshows for 10 minute / whole class lessons. We took part in an ELB (LEA) Video conference.
  • Gayton Junior School As the 10th February sits in our half term, we will be celebrating safer internet day on the 23rd February. We will do this by using the Primary pack and ideas from our Anti-Bullying Ambassadors.
  • The Victory Primary School 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.
  • Holy Cross Catholic Primary School This will be led by our School Council who will launch the uses and potential dangers of modern day technology. This will involve the entire school, including parents.
  • Havering College of Further and Higher Education Promoting SID using displays/leaflets on each campus. Youth workers will use tablets with clips of stories around Cyber bullying and its impact. Online promotion through the use of the college VLE.
  • The Parent Zone The Parent Zone will be supporting schools in their activity for parents by launching a new programme for primary schools to support positive digital sharing in families.
  • Vadis Training & Development We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day across social media. Our plan is to share informative articles/resources for parents, children and young people throughout the day to promote e-safety.
  • Hornsea School and Language College Creating presentations about e-safety with year 10 and studying digital footprints with year 11.
  • 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.
  • St. Bernadette's Catholic Primary School Training throughout school community - activities and films
  • ChildLine ChildLine will be encouraging children all over the UK to take steps to stay safe online. We are a confidential service for anyone up to age 19. Call 0800 1111 free or visit www.childline.org.uk.
  • Central Esafety partnership We are launching a safer internet song writing competition encouraging young people across the schooling age range to compose a song supporting the message of creating a better internet together
  • Gransnet Promoting the day across our social media channels and publishing a guide to personal online safety.
  • Smile IT Ltd We will be promoting the day and safety messages through our social media channels.
  • Hexham Priory School A range of activities that raise pupils awareness about the need for internet safety and to equip them with skills to use to keep themselves safe. We will also be involving parents and carers.
  • Holy Trinity 3-16, Barnsley Pupils at Holy Trinity will learn about e-safety in form time. They will be given advice to help them stay safe on the internet and explore the issues related to cyber-bullying.
  • Tameside College Promoting wider awareness of using the internet safely and empowering students to take simple precautions to protect their online presence.
  • Wrexham itec We will promote SID2015 throughout our organisation for staff and also to our learners.
  • 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.
  • 3Bm Education Partners Promoting the London-wide esafety survey. Helping schools across 5 London Authorities with a range of activities.
  • Swinton Fitzwilliam Primary School We will be using resources from the site to enjoy a range of eSafety activities throughout the day. We will blog our learning, please come along and leave us feedback!
  • Cicely Haughton School Several ongoing class based theme highlighting the importance of staying safe on the internet. Designing posters etc.
  • Action Fraud Action Fraud will be encouraging those following Safer Internet day to contact the national reporting centre, if they think they have been a victim of finacially motivated cyber crime.