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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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  • Guston Church of England Primary School At Guston, the adults and children are spending SID 2016 thinking about how to improve the internet, for ourselves and for others. We are sharing our ideas in school, assemblies and parent workshops.
  • Stradbroke Primary Academy We will have assemblies for 200 students highlighting online dangers, with follow up lessons and homework supporting the messages. We will also have a high profile parents' information evening and staff CPD to reinforce the message all year round.
  • 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.
  • 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
  • Lindfield Primary Academy We will have Key Stage assemblies to promote Safer Internet Day. We will publicise Safer Internet Day with parents. We will hold class based activities.
  • Shropshire FA To support SID2016, we will be emailing out FA material to 80 club welfare officers.
  • English Martyrs Catholic School Assemblies all week and a range of activities to help raise awareness to all students.
  • Clifton College Preparatory School The Preparatory School will be holding assemblies for all children to highlight this important issue. Pupils will also be undertaking age appropriate e-safety activities through the week.
  • All Saints Primary Thurlestone We are going to build on the foundation of the Google Internet legends and spend a day focusing on the current tools schools need to support and teach their pupils and of the parents and carers too!
  • Parklands Community Primary School We have joined other primary and secondary schools in the locality to plan and host a SID workshop and competition for pupils in KS2. Training events are planned for teachers, governors and parents.
  • Thatcham Park CE Primary School We will be holding a Safer Internet afternoon in all classes across the school to raise awareness.
  • Stoke-on-Trent City Council Communicating about Safer Internet Day & Safer internet messages via an internal weekly e-bulletin to all schools in Stoke-on-Trent and via Twitter @StokeLearning
  • Stafford Leys Primary School We love celebrating Safer Internet Day!
  • Cockerham Parochial C.E. Primary School All classes have been participating in e-safety activities throughout this half-term. Year 5 and 6 will deliver an Internet Safety assembly to the rest of the school on Safer Internet Day.
  • The Football League The Football League supports Safer Internet Day 2016 and will providing member clubs with access to SID resources and encourage participation.
  • Farnborough Road Infant School E-safety resources to be used with all classes. Digital parenting magazine being distributed to all parents. E-safety rules to be decided by school council children to be displayed around the school.
  • Crystal Palace FC The club intend to to run a feature in the match-day program and screens. The first team players will also warm-up wearing Safer Internet day T-shirt to promote the event as widely as possible.
  • 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.
  • Strode College Strode College works hard to safeguard all our students and we will be promoting Safer Internet Day through student tutorials and displays around campus.
  • Botanic Primary School, Belfast We are holding an e-Safety afternoon for parents on 8th February. Pupils will take part in an e-Safety workshop on this afternoon. We are also holding an e-Safety poster competition.
  • 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.
  • Hazel Oak School We will be educating our students on the dangers of social media and to make the internet a safer medium for them to use.
  • Mersea Island School On Safer Internet Day we have a whole school assembly, classes will also be doing activities throughout the day. A parents evening and morning will be held later in the month.
  • Queen Boudica Primary School Every year group will be taking part in lessons and activities to celebrate Safer Internet Day 2016.
  • Vodafone We will be promoting Safer Internet Day by communicating with all employees in order to raise awareness around internet security. We will also encourage all staff to share stories on social media.
  • 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.
  • Agile Group Agile Group will be supporting Safer Internet Day by reminding all businesses, schools and charities that the Internet should be used to help one another and for learning and researching purposes.
  • Hallam Fields Junior School We are holding a whole school assembly and lessons linked to safer internet use. We will also be sharing with parents useful guides to support them.
  • Brighton & Hove PSHE Team We are encouraging all schools in Brighton & Hove to mark Safer Internet Day and are signposting them to locally developed resources and the SID website.
  • Budehaven Community School Budehaven are dedicating the week beginning 8th Feb to E-safety. The school are sharing tips to stay safe online and all of Yr 9 are having session delivered by Devon and Cornwall Police on Sexting.