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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
  • Tweeddale Primary School We will be holding parents' workshops including showing films from 'Think U Know'. Pupils will be using NSPCC / Childline and other resources to develop their understanding of online safety.
  • Holy Trinity CoE Primary School We will be planning a day of activities using Safer Internet Day resources and others, to promote our school's commitment to staying safe while still getting the most out of going online.
  • ResearchBods We are conducting a nationwide survey with young people aged 7 - 17 years old using our direct to youth research panel. We will also promote the day to our schools/teacher research panels.
  • Corbridge Middle School We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day through discussing all of the fantastic things that we can do with the internet but also reflecting on how we can best ensure that we stay safe online.
  • Kirklees Learning and Skills Service Kirklees Learning and Skills Service supports Safer Internet Day 2015 and encourages all Kirklees organisations working with children and young people to take part in this exciting event.
  • Scraptoft Valley Primary School We are going to celebrate Safer Internet Day by learning how to be responsible on the internet and make appropriate, positive comments on other people's work that they upload on the day.
  • Blackburn Rovers Football Club One of our star players Rudy Gestede featured in our Match Programme supporting the cause. SID publicised on the website and twitter pages and posters on display in the Family Lounge and Sensory Room.
  • Ponteland First School We will be supporting Safer Internet Day by reminding all of our children about staying safe on line. We will be sending information leaflets to parents too!
  • GIB Consultancy I will be promoting Safer Internet Day 2015 during the safety talks which I deliver and on other occasions, where appropriate. I will also be promoting the day via blog post on my website.
  • Horbury Primary School Whole school non-uniform day, lots of Safer Internet Day activities in their classes learning how they can make the internet a better place. We are also running a parent/carer information session.
  • The Stanway School We will be using the SID materials to run PSHE lessons for 25 minutes each morning all week for years 7, 8 and 9.
  • The Foster Care Co-operative Educating staff and foster carers on how social media can be a positive experience and how it can make a difference with Chris Moore Media. Plus an ongoing project with Wise Kids for teenagers.
  • Park High Students, staff, governors and parents filling out suppport statements Banner on website and linked to quiz. Assemlies in the week
  • Middleton-in-Teesdale Primary School The whole school are having an assembly and watching the SID video clip at 2pm. Each year group have an e-safety activity to complete throughout the day.
  • Welton Primary School We are running a day where the whole school comes off timetable, to create dramatic scenes in small groups that will teach others about E-safety and how to follow the SMART rules.
  • Oakwood Primary School Oakwood will be taking part in activities to celebrate Safer Internet Day. Children and adults will talk about keeping themselves and others safe online whether on the computer, tablet or Smart Phone.
  • Leicester Adult Skills and Learning Service We plan to incorporate activities and information into our citywide adult learning sessions during the SID week. Posters have been displayed and leaflets distributed to parents and carers.
  • ComRes We're supporting Safer Internet Day by conducting insightful polling into negative behaviour experienced on the internet.
  • Safepad We will be running a free workshop at a local community centre covering the basics of how to setup an iPad or Android tablet safely for children to use.
  • Streetsbrook Infant & Nursery School We are beginning with a whole school assembly introducing Safer Internet Day 2015, followed by a range of age appropriate activities across the EYFS and KS1 to do with how to stay safe online.
  • Marlborough Primary School Every year group will take part and learn about different aspects of online safety by watching videos, designing posters and poetry, taking part in quizzes and drama.
  • Children's Rights Alliance for England Under the UNCRC children have rights to form & express opinions & to engage in debate. They also have a human right to be kept safe from harm. CRAE will blog about children's rights in a digital age.
  • Dickens Heath Community Primary School School assemby on celebrating the internet and making the internet a better place by doing 'good digital deeds'. Each class will make a display of ideas. Parents' evening- e-safety leaflets
  • Furzefield Primary School We will be teaching and taking part in a number of exciting Internet Safety activities throughout the week. We will also be sending out information for parents to support their children at home.
  • Smile IT Ltd We will be promoting the day and safety messages through our social media channels.
  • Point2Protect - helping keep children safe online Point2Protect is committed to supporting e-safety. We'll be promoting the Safer Internet Day at the BETT show in London from the 21st - 24th January 2015 with a free prize draw for visitors.
  • The Ashley School Acaedmy Trust A week of e-Safety awareness from Monday 9th - Friday 13th February. Our lessons and activities will be based around e-Safety and how to keep safe online.
  • Learning Possibilities We want everyone to be safe online! LPPlus will be working with experts, charities & schools to provide our clients with resources & best practice to help them on tackling issues surrounding e-safety.
  • Natural Flair Coaching Ltd We will be working in partnership with schools, children's centres and local community providing workshops on internet safety to parents and supply on line info promoting SID via social media
  • Kings Worthy Primary We will be reminding pupils about e-safety and hosting an information evening for parents.