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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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  • Wansdyke Play Association Publicising Safer Internet Day and the support and info that is offered via our web page and social media along with printed handouts.
  • Pencoed Primary School Every child from nursery to year 6 will participating in esafety activities throughout the day.
  • St Patrick's Catholic Primary School Cleator Moor At St Patrick's Catholic Primary School we will be cyber-heroes and help each other learn about keeping safe online. We are going to learn about privacy settings, online gaming issues and searching safely.
  • PSHE Association We will highlight Safer Internet Day to our large network of PSHE teachers and other practitioners, encouraging them to get involved and highlighting the importance of staying safe online.
  • Newlands Primary We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day by engaging in activities throughout the day and exploring the resources available. Our school council will hold a poster competition.
  • Noddle As an advocate of privacy and security, Noddle are proud to support Safer Internet Day by raising awareness via our newsletter and social media channels, including Facebook and Twitter.
  • Dagfa School Nottingham I led a senior assembly today using the Safer Internet Centre's resources and on Safer Internet Day I will lead a Junior assembly. We will discuss how we can all make the internet safer.
  • Shakespeare Primary School Staff & children will have E-Safety talks about how to stay safe on-line at home or at a friend's house and who to talk to if they are worried. There will be a whole school assembly on the Friday.
  • The Walt Disney Company Disney UK is proud to support Safer Internet Day. We hope to help to raise awareness among fans of Disney Channel shows The Evermoor Chronicles and K.C. Undercover with shout-outs from cast members.
  • Old Park Primary School We will be spending the entire week on eSafety, with class based lessons, assemblies, poster competitions and sessions for Parents to understand modern video games and their content.
  • King's High School We are running a competition for Year 7 where they have to create a flash movie all about Internet Safety.
  • DigitalMe Each year we recognise the learning that takes place on SID through Open Badges. For 2016 we are going to be exploring Cyber Security and App Development to help make the web a better and safe place.
  • Elworth CE Primary We will be hosting a series of e-safety workshops across the whole school to provide parents with the tools to safeguard their children online.
  • Cawthorne Primary School All classes will take part in a range of activities during E Safety Week and parents will also be sent information and links to help them keep their children safe online.
  • Suffolk One 6th Form College We will be manning a 'safer internet' stand in our atrium with Powerpoints on Promethean boards and multiple hand outs with important information regarding how to be safe on the internet.
  • Chasetown Community School We will review school AUP and consequences, surveying pupil and family use of technology outside of school and e-safety knowledge and making movies of e-safety advice to share at parents evening.
  • Victoria Primary School Our newly appointed Digital Leaders will be sharing their internet safety day with pupils, parents and staff through a variety of activities.
  • Thirsk Library We will be hosting a series of awareness events throughout the year for parents and children.
  • Bloxham Church of England Primary School We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day with two assemblies; one whole school assembly to all students and the another to parents.
  • St John's Church of England Academy We will be taking part in various informative activities throughout the day related to e-safety. As well we as a whole school assembly by our Digital Leaders and information sharing with parents.
  • The Beacon We will be having special assemblies during the week along with class and tutor group activities and competitions. We will also be holding a special parents evening on E-Safety and home.
  • Southway Primary The school will have assemblies to promote safer internet use and 'stranger danger' linked to internet communication. There will also be discussions/activities in classes.
  • National Centre for Citizenship and the Law We will support SID through social media channels, education newsletters and by sharing blogs, resources and education packs. We will also promote our cyberbullying and Virtual Justice workshops.
  • Nyewood C of E Junior School In support of SID we will be having a whole school assembly focussing on improving communication between our children and their peers.
  • Snapchat Snapchat will have a worldwide Geofilter for Safer Internet Day!
  • St Patrick's Catholic Primary School Stafford The day will begin with an assembly and then each class will work in the Computer Suite to complete fun tasks about how to stay safe online. Parents are being invited into school too!
  • Ukie/Digital Schoolhouse The Digital Schoolhouses are encouraged to deliver our DigiSafe workshop developed in collaboration with Disney this week.
  • Harold Court Primary School Our Digital Leaders will be playing their part by sharing the excellent learning that the whole school has taken part in. They will be 'taking over' our school Twitter account.
  • Turn IT On! Turn IT On will support the day by sharing content via our blog and Twitter. We also aim to offer classes and training to the schools we support.
  • Orbit Group Ltd We're supporting SID2016 by encouraging our staff members to #shareaheart and raising awareness of online safety advice across our organisation and in communities we work with.