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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
  • Gabalfa Primary School We are holding an e-safety assembly for children and parents.
  • Sexpression UK Sexpression UK is looking forward to helping to promote Safer Internet Day 2015 via social media and email to our branches and followers.
  • EE EE will promote our existing e-safety online content through Twitter and Facebook. We’ll be spreading the word to our frontline teams, increasing awareness of our child safety online content.
  • Rowdeford School We will be raising issues with students and staff. Sending out items in newsletters to parents.
  • Pentyrch Primary School At Pentyrch Primary School we have an activity day planned to celebrate Safer Internet Day. We are mixing up our classes in the afternoon so younger pupils can get advice and help from older ones.
  • 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.
  • Lancashire Safeguarding Children Board Lancashire Safeguarding Children Board will be supporting SID 2015 through a series of awareness raising events and online engagement activities with Children and Young People across the region.
  • Wansdyke Primary School We have a PCSO delivering an assembly and then classes will research a SMART rule letter. The children will then lead their own assembly on Thursday. We will run a parents workshop afterschool.
  • Parkwood Schools Federation We are supporting Safer Internet Day by taking part in various creative e-safety activities across the school from Foundation Stage to Year 6. We will also be running assemblies and a parent workshop.
  • North Yorkshire Police Our officers will be attending schools and drop-in sessions across the force area to support the online safety message. We will also be sharing internet safety advice via social media and our website.
  • All Saints CEP Assembly and activities throughout the day and inviting family and governors in the afternoon to share our learning and perform some 'good deeds'
  • Anglia Care Trust We will be sending out a number of resources to all staff members to use with all of our service users. We will be tweeting about SID and asking for support from our vast amount of volunteers
  • Bigland Green Primary School Assembly, SID given activities, Staff Meeting to raise awareness
  • Hexagon Care Services Work will be carried out through education looking at video clips and how we can keep ourselves safe. Work sheets have been provided to all the young people to complete for support.
  • Communities 2.0 Communities 2.0 will be running free sessions across Wales on Safer Internet Day at libraries and community venues. Find out more at www.communities2point0.org.uk.
  • Yealmpstone Farm Primary School We will be doing a special assembly and classes will be using #SID2015 resources in the classroom.
  • Wellsprings Primary School We will be holding an assembly, each class will be doing an activity and children will be completing a pledge card.
  • Christ Church CE Padgate Primary We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day by having a special assembly and spending the day creating information posters on how we can make the internet a friendly place to be.
  • PSHE Association We will spread the word to our community of PSHE teachers, encouraging them to teach their pupils about internet safety in PSHE lessons, and signpost to helpful guidance to support them to do so.
  • Trewirgie Junior School Our school will be raising children’s awareness of how to keep themselves safe on line through a range of fun activities and competitions. We will be holding a parent workshop too.
  • Knowsley Community College We are launching a competition to design a Safer Internet Day poster, asking students to sign 'Let's create a better Internet together' pledges, and displaying informative leaflets and posters.
  • 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.
  • MindCandy.com We will celebrate the day through blogging, staff posts, staff interaction, and #SID within PopJam (our new app). We'll push out contact and our hashtage for the day will be #SID. Our staff and partners will be pushing out SID content all day.
  • Rosemellin CP School Whole school assembly lead by Network manager. Classes to spend the day thinking about how to make a better internet. Activities and games taken from Safer internet day pack and Think U Know website.
  • Oakwood Primary Academy Year groups will be undertaking a lesson about using the internet safely
  • Epsom College We are raising awareness of appropriate and inappropriate uses of social media and the internet. An assembly by 6th form pupils will promote the topic to be discussed in tutor time all week.
  • 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
  • Digital Leaders We are holding a Google Hangout presented by BBC Click's Kate Russell with special guests from local government and Childnet. You can watch the Hangout at http://bit.ly/18HwGXV
  • Mayfield Preparatory School We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day by taking part in a variety of workshops and activities, from Pre-Nursery through to Lower III (Yr 6). We will also be running a parents' evening presentation.
  • 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.