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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
  • Abbey Primary School This year we will be running a variety of sessions throughout the school to raise awareness of how to stay safe online.
  • Circle IT We will be promoting the Safer Internet Day messages across our Website and Social Media.
  • Springwell Park Primary School We are looking forward to class discussions around how we communicate and creating our own wishes for a better internet. Our eCadets will also be taking assembly!
  • Winnington Park Nursery and Primary School We will be completing various activities within classes throughout the day to raise awareness of being safe on the internet.
  • 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.
  • GIB Consultancy I will be celebrating Safer Internet Day 2016 by promoting it on my Organisational website and telling people all about it.
  • Wragby Primary School Assemblies and class work this week discussing various E-Safety messages. We will address email, social networks, PEGI ratings, Ransomware and Online safety.
  • TES Resources We will highlight informative and engaging resources through the TES Resources blog and our social media platforms to support teachers as they raise awareness of SID in classrooms across the UK.
  • Digital Fingerprint To support Safer Internet Day 2016 I will be sharing material from my book 'Raising Children in a Digital Age'. It has already reached many people on SID via BBC News, BBC Radio 2, & The One Show.
  • St Gregory's Catholic Academy St Gregory's Catholic Academy supports Safer Internet Day by educating its pupils on how to be a responsible digital citizen. This year we are designing our own E-Safety Posters.
  • Neil Lewis - Lib Dem Cheshire Police & Crime Commissioner Candidate We are promoting #CyberSafeCheshire to raise awareness of the need to educate and support young people and their parents, carers and teachers online.
  • Pencoed Primary School Every child from nursery to year 6 will participating in esafety activities throughout the day.
  • The Multilingual Internet Group, "MLi Group" We are going to be making child safety online the topic of the day and year.
  • 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.
  • Thanet District Council At Thanet District Council we are organising a staff awareness session with a number of different workshops to promote online safety in the workplace and at home.
  • SafePad SafePad will be sharing some tips for eSafety during the day and holding a Q & A session via our Facebook page in the evening and sharing the discussion with all our followers.
  • 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.
  • Fulwood and Cadley Primary School On Safer Internet Day, we have green screen, animation and programming workshops, all with a on-line safety theme as well as activities in each class on a different theme relating to on-line safety.
  • Mencap The internet is a great place for people with a learning disability to make new connections, that is why we are celebrating the internet and encouraging everyone to be safe and respectful online.
  • 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.
  • Coleg Cambria We will be holding workshops for students to attain digital citizenship badges and encouraging students to share a heart in support of SID, saying how they can play their part for a better internet.
  • Oxbridge Lane Primary School We are holding a Safer Internet Week which will target all the children from Reception through to Year 6. We are inviting parents to learn alongside their children all about how to stay safe online.
  • 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.
  • Meols Cop High School Children will be having lessons about internet safety, completing activities online, watching videos about how to stay safe & discussing current problems online. Parents will also be involved!
  • Stop it Now! Wales Stop it Now! Wales will be running workshops professionals on Safer Internet Day to raise awareness of child sexual exploitation including online exploitation.
  • Ranelagh Primary School We will be promoting the importance of online safety though assemblies to allow children to understand online safety in school and at home, as well as hosting a number of activities in class.
  • Education Links In support of SID, we have been having class discussions based on scenarios and asking the students to debate if the content is appropriate or inappropriate. We are looking to create some online safety videos.
  • South End Junior School SEJS are promoting SID16 in so many ways! We will watch videos, create pledges, discuss internet scenarios and much much more!
  • The Flying Bull Academy We will be devoting the day to school-wide activities focused around how to stay safe online and enjoy the internet. Our eCadet team will be leading classroom based activities for our pupils.
  • Jewish Interactive We will be running various e-safety sessions throughout the week of SID 2016, helping and encouraging schools and their students to understand how to be safer in the online world.