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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
  • Davington Primary School Davington pupils will be taking part in a poster competition to spread the important messages of using the internet safely and successfully.
  • Exning Primary School We will be hosting a special assembly and our e-Safety Ambassadors will be leading activities in the classrooms. This will be supported by sharing information about online safety with parents and carers.
  • The Hill Primary School We will look to build on the day-to-day work going on in school to help to equip children to stay safe online. We will have open and frank discussions with pupils at their level using their ideas.
  • Kineton CofE (VA) Primary School KPS children are very excited to be supporting and learning with SID16. We will be asking them to share their learning especially with their family and friends to spread the message further afield.
  • techUK techUK is proud to support Safer Internet Day 2016 by championing its aims and messages to our members of over 850 tech sector companies through our extensive networks and social media.
  • Roding Valley At Roding Valley we will photograph leaders & Sixth Form holding the "think before you post" poster. We will make a short video, & turn the photographs into wholeschool posters for Safer Internet Day.
  • St Joseph's RCP, Ramsbottom We are promoting Safer Internet Day by delivering activities in school for children to make them more aware of how to stay safe online and encouraging parents to get involved too.
  • Kids Email We are going to be doing Newsletters and a lot of involvement through social media to promote positive messages about staying safe online and Safer Internet Day.
  • Belmont School Primary have a large range of different activities all morning. KS3 are off to Skillzone in Gloucester. KS4 are off timetable and will be attending a set of safer internet workshops all morning.
  • Our Lady Queen of Heaven Primary School We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day through a range of awareness activities and a special visit from our local PC.
  • St Oswald's C of E Aided Primary and Nursery School We will be supporting Safer Internet Day by holding an assembly, organising class activities and providing information to parents to help our school community to learn about e-safety.
  • Caedmon College, Whitby Assemblies and workshops across 11-19 to promote awareness and increase understanding. Different sessions for each year group.
  • Howden-le-Wear Primary School We will be holding an assembly and in every class we will have activities going on throughout the morning. Our KS2 will create leaflets for parents and create videos for our school film festival.
  • Colne Primet Academy Colne Primet Academy will be celebrating Safer Internet Day by organising a series of events throughout the week aimed at highlighting the importance of staying safe online.
  • 2 Boards & A Passion Theatre Company We are touring "Click!", our production for primary schools, which focuses on cyberbullying and internet safety. So far this Feb we are performing at schools in Manchester, Stoke on Trent and Walsall.
  • Yarrells Preparatory School We are holding parent workshops on Friday being held by Dorset Safe Schools & Communities Team and they will be returning in March to run workshops for the pupils.
  • Katherines Primary School The school will be holding assemblies and students will be participating in various activities related to Safer Internet Day.
  • ComRes We're supporting Safer Internet Day by raising awareness on social media and highlighting polling we have conducted about internet safety.
  • St. Alban's Catholic High School Year groups will recieve an e-Safety Assembly. Form groups will run a debate around trolling online. Parents will recieve information packs and Primary school assmblies with e-Safety ambassadors.
  • Thames Valley Police Officers are working with local educational establishments to engage with young people and teaching staff. We are supporting your communications via social media and other channels.
  • ICTinspires We are ex-Essex LA ICT Advisers (and teachers) and are delivering many parent, pupil and staff meetings this week to help raise the profile.
  • Griffe Field Primary School, Derby Being safe on the Internet is one of the key priorities of our school's computing curriculum. We will celebrate Safer Internet Day by sharing our vision and tips with both parents and children.
  • Moston Fields Primary School Every child from EYFS to year 6 will be completing Safer Internet Day tasks throughout the afternoon.
  • Astley Park School Pupils are showcasing their Safer Internet Day messages in an assembly on Safer Internet Day to parents. There will be video, songs, poems & news items. We will also be announcing our Digital Leaders.
  • St Columban's College All students will participate in online safety quiz, we will send internet safety information leaflets to parents, have internet safety displays, a poster competition and an internet safety presentation running in school foyer.
  • 001 Inspiration Ltd We will be providing awareness to school and Housing Associations on e-safety.
  • Strabane Sigersons GAA We are planning education sessions with parents, siblings coaches and our members. We will issue a booklet on safely using social media for players & participants. We will promote safe social media with a poster competition and we plan to reissue the organisations social media policy.
  • Crocketts Community Primary School Classes in school will be watching parts of SIDTV as well as studying e-safety lessons. We will all be taking part in an e-safety assembly at the end of the week.
  • Staffordshire FA We will be emailing out to Club and League Welfare Officers to make them aware of SID. We will also be advertising Safer internet Day via our website with links to relevant sites and downloads
  • St Cuthbert Mayne School We plan to promote Safer Internet Day 2016 in school with the students, working together in partnership with parents and carers.