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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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  • St Woolos Primary School We will deliver a school assembly, hopefully with our Police Community Liaison Officer. We intend to hold a meeting for parents and provide leaflets and put an internet safety link on our website.
  • 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.
  • North Tyneside City Learning Centre We will be running a number of sessions in our local schools to raise awareness with parents and young people of how they can be more digitally confident and contribute to a positive online world.
  • Ivybridge Community College We have a wide range of activities, guest speakers, presentations and workshops which are running to support Safer Internet Day. Visit our homepage for more information.
  • Casterton College Rutland We are promoting the safe use of the Internet on Safer Internet Day and beyond through activities we are doing through out the year within the college.
  • Asmall Primary School We will have lots of activities during the day, an assembly for all children and a parent E-Safety workshop.
  • English Martyrs Catholic School Assemblies all week and a range of activities to help raise awareness to all students.
  • Five Elms Primary School To support SID, we will be running Esafety workshops. An educational consultant will be running workshops for pupils and parents, while staff will use SID resources (videos and lesson plans) in lessons.
  • St Boniface RC Primary School At St Boniface we will be incorporating SID into an E-Safety Week. We will be having daily activities for children and information sessions for parents/carers.
  • Loxley Hall School We are celebrating by completing a whole school activity on creating jigsaws about how to be safe on the internet.
  • Stonewall We will be promoting our NoBystanders campaign, which asks people to stand up to all forms of discriminatory language, to engage our members (including 1300 schools) with a specific online focus.
  • The Redeemer CEP The whole school are taking part in a range of activities based on staying safe online. All lessons are focusing on exploring issues related to internet safety.
  • The Scottish Government We will use our online presence and position of Ministers to raise awareness of SID on social media, SG Child Protection site, and work with partners to identify activities to promote SID in Scotland.
  • 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.
  • Ysgol Y Dderi In support of Safer Internet Day, we are holding assemblies in each class, using the power-point presentation on your web site.
  • Billingshurst Primary School To celebrate the day, Billingshurst Primary School will be thinking about how to use social media in a responsible way, making sure their comments are positive and accepting of differences.
  • Eliot Bank Primary School We are promoting Internet Safety Day via our Newsletter and Website. On the day we will celebrate by classes taking part in activities to raise awareness and spread the message of keeping safe online.
  • Cumberland FA Cumberland County FA is pleased to support Safer Internet Day 2016 and endorses the work of the UK Safer Internet Centre. We will be promoting the message across the grassroots football community.
  • Pavilion Publishing We'll be celebrating through Twitter and with our conference on Cyber Safeguarding in London on 16th March. We'll discuss the current issues around protecting children and young people on-line.
  • St Thomas Cantilupe Primary School We will be celebrating by sharing an assembly and then by creating a heart each to pass on nice messages to each other.
  • 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.
  • St.Mark's C.E. Primary We will be using a variety of activities, including unplugged, to teach the children about the importance of keeping safe online. (Activities to inlcude Kidsmart, Think You know, Digiduck, Smartie the Penguin, Digizen)
  • St Teresa's Primary School We will be having workshops about e-safety and how to stay safe on line for parents, children and staff. The children are then taking part in a poster competition to demonstrate what they have learnt.
  • Ladywood Primaryn and Nursery School This year to support Internet Safety Day 2016 we will be looking at different aspects linked to technology and staying safe online. All classes, from Nursery to Year 6, will be participating.
  • Learning Trust for Excellence All LTE schools will be working together and looking to create e-safety apps. We will hold assemblies and promote SID2016 by sending children home with stickers so that parents can find out more too.
  • Pegasus Academy Trust We are going to be having lessons across the academy to discuss what we can do to be safer at home when using the internet. We will also have a competition for the best designed poster for this day.
  • Ysgol Maes Owen We have a group of children being trained called the E-cadets. They are going into class throughout the week to play the internet safety game that they have built, and follow your plan for KS2.
  • Dartford Primary Academy Dartford Primary Academy pupils will be sharing an assembly to understand the important messages about staying safe when on the internet and creating their own posters to spread that message further.
  • 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.
  • Stockport College We will be showcasing our Betrayal Film throughout the Week. Our students, Glossop and Hadfield beats produced a film which carries a hard-hitting message highlighting the dangers of sexting.