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Safer Internet Centre

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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

  • 757
  • 86
  • 112
  • 42
  • 25
  • 117
  • Lathom Park Ce Primary School We will have workshops, an assembly, lessons, PHSE sessions for children, information on website and letters to parents.
  • Malpas Court Primary School From Nursery to Year 6, we will be undertaking different activities linked to Safer Internet Day throughout the day. We will upload photographs to our school website and Twitter to show our work!
  • Springbank Primary Academy Every year we dedicate a day to promote Safer Internet Day, with activities planned to engage the children and celebrate responsible use. We also include information to parents.
  • St. Augustine's School The whole school will be involved in activities to highlights the importance of Internet Safety.
  • Castle Carrock School We will have a whole school assembly led by the pupil Digital Leaders alongside lessons in class.
  • English Martyrs Catholic School Assemblies all week and a range of activities to help raise awareness to all students.
  • Dulwich Prep School, Cranbrook Children will take part in a special assembly, discussing issues including social media and staying safe. Upper School pupils will develop this during PSHE lessons.
  • Milton Keynes Local Safeguarding Children Board MK Schools are being asked to display hearts for the ShareAHeart Campaign. Pictures of these will be displayed at the National Museum of computing, and training will be provided for parents/carers and professionals.
  • Ysgol Gymraeg Ffwrnes The school has decided to create short films about internet safety on iMovie as well as creating adverts for radio on Garage Band.
  • Holy Trinity PS Enniskillen To support Safer Internet Day we will taking part in the Safer Internet Day Activities and watching SID TV.
  • 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.
  • All Hallows Catholic High School We are having a Safer Internet Day assembly and promoting safer internet use across school.
  • Boxgrove C.E.P School With our locality we have organised SID workshop with an e-safety advisor, a staff training and a parent meeting. We are involved with SID locality competition and have planned e-safety lessons in school.
  • Plasmarl Primary School We will be sharing the Safer Internet Day message with the school through assemblies, lessons and by joining the SID Thunderclap. We will be tweeting our events and using the website to spread the message.
  • Heap Bridge Primary School The whole of Heap Bridge Primary School will take part in e-safety activities on Monday and Tuesday afternoon to ensure all children know how to stay safe on the internet.
  • King David Primary School Manchester We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day with a variety of activities designed to promote internet safety. A 'Stay safe online' competition will result in a set of new rules for our school policy.
  • Whoz The Daddy We are happy to be supporting Safer Internet Day by posting on our Twitter account and retweeting all the stories related to this important reminder.
  • Icknield Primary School Through a special assembly and events across the school we will remind ourselves how we can be safe on the internet and why. We will be engaging with parents and the community to share learning.
  • Kent County Council Kent County Council will be launching updated policy content for education settings and will be working with Kent Police to train primary aged children to become digital champions for their schools.
  • West Sussex County Council We will be encouraging everyone to play their part for a better internet & supporting our communities to stay safe whilst making the most of the positive opportunities being online has to offer.
  • SuperAwesome We'll be celebrating SID by featuring a number of SID videos and posts on our child-safe app PopJam. Our community will also be encouraged to enter our Daily Challenge – to Decorate the Heart.
  • St Woolos Primary School We will deliver a school assembly, hopefully with our Police Community Liaison Officer. We intend to hold a meeting for parents and provide leaflets and put an internet safety link on our website.
  • 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.
  • Lyng Primary School As a school we will be taking part in different activities to raise children's and parent's awareness of using the internet safely. We will be playing our part for a better internet! #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'.
  • Gilmorton Chandler CofE Primary School Safer Internet Day 2016 will see us holding a special collective worship and carrying out a range of fun activities across the school with children sharing how they can 'Play Their Part!'
  • Tregoze Primary School At Tregoze Primary we will be using assemblies, work with our E-Safety Champions, and class discussions to spread the message that E-Safety is really important.
  • Upton Hall School All ICT lessons and PSHE lessons will focus on Safer Internet Day, from years 7 to 13. All parents will be given a copy of Digital Parenting magazine.
  • Vestia Community Trust Ian Wood, Digital Connector for Go On Worcestershire, will be at Kidderminster Library between 10am and 4pm to help answer questions on how to help keep young people safe online.
  • Fife Community Safety Partnership Fife is marking SID 2016 by showcasing work happening across our region to help people feel safe and confident, through improved digital participation, risk awareness and safe use of new technology.