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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
  • North Lakes School We will be holding a special assembly, and raising awareness on our school website's 'Keeping Safe' pages as well as our social media pages. Every class will be exploring Digital Literacy too.
  • Ysgol Llangynfelyn We will be holding a special assembly. The children will be learning about being safe on the internet. Parents are having a presentation about internet safety by the Governor responsible for e-safety.
  • Brooklands Primary School Brooklands Primary will be having assemblies throughout the week and a running a range of activities to help raise awareness to pupils and parents.
  • Light Oaks Junior School We are inviting parents into school to work alongside their children, learning about e-safety during the week, with a celebration assembly on Safer Internet Day.
  • English Martyrs Catholic School Assemblies all week and a range of activities to help raise awareness to all students.
  • Swalcliffe Park School As a specialist provision for children with Autism, we aim to celebrate Safer Internet Day with practical workshops & the formation of an esafety workshop calendar detailing events throughout the year.
  • The NSPCC The NSPCC, in a new collaboration with O2, will be offering support on SID by sharing expert advice through our website and from trained staff in O2 stores, and will also be promoting our helpline for parents.
  • Blackpool Gateway Academy Following on from a whole school assembly on the 8th, all our classes will be taking part in safer internet use activities on Tuesday afternoon.
  • CSH Surrey Our school nurses are launching a campaign in the schools they support to promote playing safe online. Also working with school nurses in East Surrey First Community Health & Care.
  • Larkswood Academy We will be teaching E safety discreetly and have a whole school focus across that week involving assemblies and displays.
  • Rush Green Primary School We will be having special assemblies and a range of class activities linked to safe use of the internet.
  • Oakfields Montessori School We will be holding a day of workshops tailored for each year group, and spreading the important message of Internet Safety across the school.
  • NetSupport We are supporting Safer Internet Day by spreading awareness via our social media posts as well as supporting schools through our eSafety and safeguarding product features.
  • Excite-ed CIC We support SID by running Growing Up Online family workshops in schools to help people focus on the contact they have, the content they see and their conduct towards others.
  • Orchard Fields Community School Each class will be creating a presentation about E-safety using some kind of technology. They can produce posters, songs, raps, films, the choice is theirs!
  • Y Pant School Form tutors will be delivering assembly material all week. Information from SID being sent to parents.
  • Granby Junior School The children will be undertaking fun activities to demonstrate their knowledge of being safe on the internet and to ensure that they understand the importance of being safe online.
  • Ystrad Mynach Primary School Ystrad Mynach Primary School will be holding a Safer Internet Day for pupils. There will also be workshops for staff and parents.
  • Hawes Side Academy We are raising awareness throughout school. E-safety is an incredibly important issue and the children will be taking part in a variety of exercises and lessons to help them use the internet safely.
  • Sunbury Manor School Students will be creating infographics, writing stories, creating musical compositions, acting in plays, viewing social media stats and discussing them. All year groups will also have assemblies.
  • The Westminster School This Tuesday the whole school will be taking part in a Dragons Den / Apprentice style themed Enterprise Day. The pupils will then showcase their work during a parents coffee morning.
  • 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.
  • Peebles High School We will be putting up posters around the school, creating a PowerPoint showing the work of our Cyber Security group, going into classes and spreading the word. There will also be a message in the Pupil Bulletin,a Tweet, and Facebook pledges.
  • Henley Montessori Primary School We are using all the activities in the primary education pack throughout the week to support SID 2016.
  • Great Denham Primary School At Great Denham we will be 'playing our part' in keeping everyone safe online through fun activities. We will be creating videos and sharing personal pledges via Twitter and the school website.
  • St Mary and St Michael Catholic Primary SCHOOL Each class is discussing issues around internet safety using age appropriate materials to support.
  • 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.
  • Birmingham Adult Education Service We are offering the half hour presentation at 10 of our centres to our learners who have children during the lunch break.
  • John RAy Junior School Throughout the week children will be discussing ways to keep themselves safe online and on Tuesday we will be holding an awareness event for parents and carers.
  • Westbourne Academy We'll be running competitions between our Tutor groups, delivering online safety assemblies and giving online safety tip to parents via email, letter and social media.