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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

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  • Regional Foster Placements Regional Foster Placements will be blogging, tweeting and promoting SID on the website. Online Safety will also be promoted through training to foster carers and foster children.
  • 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.
  • Squirrels Heath Infant School We will be holding a special assembly and the pupils will be participating in a range of activities promoting internet safety. There will be a parent event and handbook.
  • Woodfield School We are having an assembly and have safer internet activities and prizes for all classes all through the week.
  • St. Peter's C.E. Primary School, Ardingly E-safety is a key skill for all during this digital age. Supporting Safer Internet Day we are keen to involve our parents/ carers in teaching internet safety, and raise its profile across the school.
  • Coram Voice We will be reaching out to our followers on social media - both young people and professionals - and sharing with them our online safety tips.
  • Belmont Primary School We will be enjoying several different activities through out the week and then welcoming parents into school for a special assembly to share our new skills.
  • Horndean Technology College Assembly's based around the Safer Internet Day for each year group. Every tutor group during that week will also complete tutorial work around Safer Internet.
  • Prescot Primary School We would like the children to create their own 'cyber-hero' who will share advice on how to stay safe on line and help to 'stamp out' cyber-bullying!
  • Highfield Middle School This is our third year celebrating SID. We are combining all our projects- Stonewall/Diana Award and really focussing on cyberbullying in 2016 as part of our celebrated and renowned Antibullying work.
  • Borden C of E School In support of SID 2016 we will be educating young people about staying safe online through a visit from our local PSCO, Hector the Protector and Digiduck resources, talking about real life situations and inviting parents in to school to share the pupil’s learning.
  • Loughton School We will be holding eSafety competitions, and having an assembly run by the Digital Leaders in school.
  • Denny High School We will be promoting this on our Social Media (Facebook/Twitter) as well as hopefully taking part in competitions/activities during the week of Safer Internet Day (particularly with our S1/S2 pupils).
  • Camestone School On Safer Internet Day we will embed lessons across the curriculum on keeping safe digitally. We are also use resources from the SWGFL and will follow up with a whole school assembly by our Head Teacher.
  • Wallacestone Primary School In support of Safer Internet Day, Wallacestone will be using the SID lesson plans across the school and encouraging pupils to share this learning with parents at home.
  • Keinton Mandeville Primary School We plan to hold an internet safety week, with a range of activities taking place throughout the week for all of our children.
  • Recreation Road Infant School We will hold a special assembly followed by activities in the classrooms using CEOP materials. We will also provide information for our families via newsletters, our radio station and website.
  • Let's Talk About It (LTAI) LTAI will be running a social media campaign, highlighting the UK SIC website & twitter in addition to highlighting our own advice area on the LTAI website. We already have a link on the LTAI website.
  • 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.
  • Phillipstown Primary School We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day 2016 by taking part in various activities throughout the day! We will be making posters and will have an e-safety assembly to decide on a school pledge.
  • Rathbone UK We will be promoting SID 2016 in all of our centres nationally and providing sessions and resources to support young people in keeping themselves safe online.
  • Elburton Primary School We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day by getting the children involved in a whole range of practical activities aimed at raising awareness of how the internet can be used safely and effectively.
  • 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.
  • Virgin Media For SID2016 we'll be doing our part by engaging our customers and staff about how to be smart and safe online. We'll do this through our Switched on Families programme and Internet Matters.
  • Holton Primary School In every class throughout the school children will be reminded of and discuss how we can stay safe on the Web in this technological world.
  • English Martyrs Catholic School Assemblies all week and a range of activities to help raise awareness to all students.
  • The is delighted to support Safer Internet Day once again. We will be raising awareness through our social media posts.
  • School News Group Promotion and support through our social media and through our magazine with advice about staying safe and links to safer internet day. Generating and sharing discussions on social media.
  • Team Enterprises Team Enterprises will be holding an event to raise awareness for Safer Internet Day. Everyone who attends will be entered into a free draw to win a Hudl.
  • Asphaleia Action We will be speaking to our young people about their 'Digital footprint' and the importance of how they represent themselves on social media.