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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
  • Stuart Hyde Associates Ltd I am supporting Safer Internet Day by providing helpo and advice to teachers and staff at a school so that they can maximise the benefits for their pupils. I hope other companies join in and do something to help provide a focus for keeping the internet safe.
  • Prince Albert Community Trust We are celebrating with an Online Safety themed week across our schools from the 8th to the 12th Feb. We will be running lots of activities and workshops. We will all be creating our own #Shareaheart.
  • East Riding Safeguarding Children Board We will be running a press release to raise awareness of the national campaign, the wider issues of online safety and the work of the Board to develop a local multi-agency online safety strategy.
  • The Commercial Broadcasters Association We are supporting Safer Internet Day by launching a Statement of Practice for TV video-on-demand services, which sets out for parents the tools available to make sure content is suitable for children.
  • Sparken Hill Academy We are spreading the Internet Safety Message in a special school assembly for 500 children and their parents. Also we are producing an Internet Safety Day Radio show and Television Show.
  • Thirteen Research Promoting safe use of the Internet to all my clients, delegates, potential clients and Twitter followers.
  • St Christopher's School Safer Internet Day will be a chance for the staff, pupils and parents to come together to make using technology safer for as many people as we can by teaching, projecting ideas and sharing resources.
  • 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.
  • Lathom Park Ce Primary School We will have workshops, an assembly, lessons, PHSE sessions for children, information on website and letters to parents.
  • Outwood Academy Ormesby Students will be having assemblies about internet safety, completing activities, watching videos about how to stay safe & discussing current problems online.
  • St Mary's Catholic High School Woburn Rd, Croydon CR9 2EE At St Mary's we shall have a week dedicated to internet safety. Talks will be delivered in assemblies and tutor time in the mornings.
  • Epic CIC We will support Safer Internet Day via promotions on our website, internal/external newsletters, actively engaging with #SID2016 & sending publicity info out to all 10 sites informing them of SID and how young people can be safe online.
  • Mersham Primary School The Digital Leaders within the school will be running an e safety competition. Pupils will also take part in assemblies and lessons on this year's theme of "Play your part for a better Internet!"
  • Bolton Schools ICT Following the success of last year's Online Safety competition we will be running another competition and will be open to all Bolton Primary schools. Winners will be shared on our blog.
  • Tufnell Park School Assemblies, Class projects, staff and parent workshops and IT learning treat during January which will culminate on SID week, showcasing pupil's work and a Fundraising event in support of Childnet.
  • Rainham Mark Grammar School Pupils will be taking part in #shareaheart during form time. A competition to find the best message will be run and winners from each year group will have their message displayed round school.
  • Mark Rutherford School Mark Rutherford School is running a number of activities and assemblies over the whole week as part of the school's CWEST programme. We will also be providing help and guidance to parents and carers.
  • The Croft Primary School We will be making sure that everyone understands our E-Safety message by holding an assembly and talking about staying SMART online.
  • Ballyclare High School Pupils will be invited to present their ideas for an app to help combat cyberbullying and our Digital Leaders will be holding a series of esafety workshops for staff, parents and pupils.
  • Townley Grammar School Our Digital Leaders are hosting a range of fun activities for students at lunchtime in our computing rooms. Each room will have a theme linked to the internet. Presentations will be given in forms.
  • Park Road Sale Primary School Safer Internet Day gives us the perfect opportunity to remind all parts of our school community of their role in keeping the internet safe. We will be engaging with pupils and parents to spread the message of staying safe online.
  • Stoke City Football Club We will be urging all our supporters & the wider community to enjoy the internet and stay safe while using it. We will hold training sessions & raise awareness of internet safety via social media.
  • Xenzone In support of SID, we will be helping to organise a conference for educators across Cornwall, entitled: "Emotional Resilience in the Digital World." We will also be launching a new resource for all health professionals in conjunction with the Department of Health and MindEd.
  • Brixham College During the day the College will be taking part in the #Shareaheart campaign.
  • Strictly Education Ltd On the day we will be running a full day of activity in a local primary school for children, parents and staff. But we are already highlighting the day to all the schools we support from now.
  • DB Primary We will be helping to celebrate Safer Internet Day by talking about the online safety features in our primary school learning platform, DB Primary, and engaging with the world online for the event!
  • Wellbeing, Prevention & Early Help Young People's Service We have young people's provisions across Lancashire's 12 districts as part of a curriculum offer within our centres using things like quizzes, CEOP videos and accross our social media platforms.
  • E-safety Support We are delighted to be supporting SID2016 and are offering free assembly plans. We are also running a competition to encourage young people to create a positive tip to help others stay safe online.
  • St Teresa's Primary School We will be having workshops about e-safety and how to stay safe on line for parents, children and staff. The children are then taking part in a poster competition to demonstrate what they have learnt.
  • St Thomas Becket Catholic Primary School We are running a Challenge where we safely use technology to enhance our learning. We will be taking part in an activity in each class to create something positive that could be shared on the website.