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Safer Internet Centre

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Supporters

Over a thousand organisations right across the UK played their part for a better internet on Safer Internet Day 2016.   

Thank you to everyone who has helped to make Safer Internet Day 2016 the biggest one yet! 

Total Safer Internet Day Supporters

1,140
  • 757
    School/college
  • 86
    Charity/youth
  • 112
    Business
  • 42
    Government
  • 25
    Police
  • 117
    Other
  • Ofsted Ofsted supports Safer Internet Day.
  • ASKfm We will be releasing new resources in the ASKfm Safety Centre. Safer Internet Day will also be highlighted in the question of the day on the platform on 9th February to promote positivity online.
  • Camden CLC This year we will be working with our schools in Camden by running workshops for parents, teachers and children encouraging them to #shareaheart.
  • Bamford Primary school Bamford Primary School will be celebrating 'Safer Internet Day' as part of our e-Safety week. It helps us to achieve our vision of being 'A Safe Place to Grow'.
  • Northfield Manor Primary Academy All classes will be supporting and actively being involved on the day. Please check out our twitter feed for more information on the day, to see what we got up to.
  • Mount Hawke Academy We are taking part in different activities throughout the day, starting with a whole school assembly.
  • Edinburgh College, Childhood Practice We will be using the day and excellent resources to raise Childhood Practice student's awareness of online safety for both their own personal protection and when they are working with children.
  • SPIRITULIZED We will be providing opportunities for young people to learn about how to use the internet safely and promoting awareness amongst parents.
  • Anti-Bullying Works We have run two preparatory workshops in Sussex for teachers & youth workers to support SID2016 and will be working in local schools. We have also provided some FREE resources on our website.
  • BBC Radio 1 In support of Safer Internet Day, on BBC Radio 1's Surgery, Gemma and Dr Radha will be talking about love online at 9pm on February 10th.
  • Bartons Primary School Each year group will be taking one of the SMART rules and creating their own top tips. These will be collated into a booklet and shared with the school, peers and sent home to parents.
  • Highover School Each of our classes will be off timetable and purely focussing on Internet Safety and sharing thoughts and ideas about being responsible users, using the great resources that are readily available.
  • Canon Salde School We are going to support Safer Internet Day via form activities.
  • Malpas Church Junior School We will delivering lessons throughout the day using the lesson plans from the Education Pack from your website. We will also be showing our support through our school website and Twitter.
  • Anchorsholme Academy Whole school assembly using the SID 2016 Assembly from the UK Safer Internet Centre. Every class in school will focus upon a different aspect of Online Safety.
  • Yardley Primary School We have been running parent workshops in the run up to SID. All pupils will complete a 'share a heart' activity. We will also be distributing the 'Digital Parenting' magazine to all parents.
  • Rowan Preparatory School Working collaboratively with other schools within the United Learning group, we will have a live link in assembly time, where pupils can share their experiences and answers with other schools.
  • Singleton C.E. School Our eldest pupils are participating in an e-safety competition and presentation in collaboration with other local schools.
  • Peterbrook Primary School We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day by holding a whole school assembly to explain the key issues surrounding internet safety. Each class will also have individual lessons throughout the day.
  • Phoenix Integrated Primary School All classes will explore internet safety in an age appropriate way. We've organised parent info sessions and some classes will design internet safety video clips. PSNI & BEAM network will work with KS2.
  • Newport City Council Delivering Internet Safety sessions to local schools enabling children to use the internet safely and giving them confidence in knowing what to do if not comfortable with what they see.
  • BAL We are celebrating SID by creating posters signifying how to stay safe while browsing the internet.
  • Noddle As an advocate of privacy and security, Noddle are proud to support Safer Internet Day by raising awareness via our newsletter and social media channels, including Facebook and Twitter.
  • Chichester High School (Boys campus) We are celebrating by having a video competition for all the local schools.
  • Sheffield Wednesday FC We will be working with the Local Authority, schools and the Sheffield Wednesday Community Trust to promote activities and learning. Main channels of publicity will be through Club Website, Facebook and Twitter.
  • Wilds Lodge School To support SID 2016 there will be dedicated lessons across the school, packs going home to parents, and an assembly.
  • St Julie's Catholic High School This year we will shift our focus to parents! We want to 'upskill' our parents to recognise the dangers and take steps to keep our girls safe online.
  • The Firs Nursery We will be discussing e-safety with our children and holding a workshop for parents to promote and support e-safety at home.
  • Holy Trinity CE School We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day in 2016 by updating children on the benefits and potential dangers of using the internet. We will also be sharing information with our parents and carers.
  • Bolton College We are celebrating Safer Internet Day by distributing bookmarks detailing how to alter privacy settings, roaming to help staff and students alter privacy settings and exploring the topic in tutorials.