Skip to main content

Safer Internet Centre

Do you have a cyberbullying or digital safety concern? 0844 381 4772


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

  • 757
  • 86
  • 112
  • 42
  • 25
  • 117
  • Halton Housing Trust The Trust understands the importance of digital inclusion and we aim to get 90% of customers online by 2018. We will be raising awareness of how to stay safe online, as well as posting web content.
  • Waterfield Primary School We are going to be providing the children with a range of activities and lessons throughout the day. To get the parents involved, we are hosting two parent sessions to give them information and advice.
  • Participation Works NW We will be running workshops with young people & promoting the day.
  • 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.
  • Camborne Science and International Academy Educating young people on the safe use of technology is one of our key priorities at CSIA. We will run a week of competitions, assemblies and tutor activities.
  • South Wirral High School We will support SID 2016 through a series of sessions delivered by IT teacher, and in-house police officer.
  • West Boldon Primary School To support the message of SID, we're having a school assembly and a parent's meeting.
  • Yew Tree Primary School Yr 5 will be performing an assembly for the whole school to promote E-Safety. There will be a competition for children to design an E-Safety poster. Activities will be held to promote online safety.
  • Kuk Sool Won of Liverpool To support Safer Internet Day 2016, we are having mat chats to our 250 children & parents .
  • 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.
  • Woodfield School We are having an assembly and have safer internet activities and prizes for all classes all through the week.
  • Ulster University In partnership with Police Service of NI we are launching a new module Cybersafe, to increase awareness of the destructive effects of cybercrime and empower society with knowledge to keep safe online.
  • 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.
  • Wootton Primary Academy Trust We will be supporting SID 2016 by starting the day with a whole school assembly led by our Anti-bullying Committee of 20 children. They will be reinforcing the message of online safety with an informal presentation. We will also have a special PHSE lesson on electronic safety led by class teachers.
  • 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
  • BBC Radio 1 In support of Safer Internet Day, on BBC Radio 1's Surgery, Gemma and Dr Radha will be talking about love online at 9pm on February 10th.
  • Kidbrooke Park Primary School We will be hosting a special assembly, running classroom activities and sending out information to parents and carers. We will also be running a competition to design a poster to promote e-safety!
  • 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.
  • Jamie Carrgher Sports & Learning Academy We will be making learners aware of the programme and relating this to working with primary school children.
  • 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.
  • Chichester High School (Boys campus) We are celebrating by having a video competition for all the local schools.
  • Waterman Primary School We are planning on carrying out a whole day of activities on how to stay safe on the Internet. We're also going to invite parents in to help them understand Stranger Danger in the 21st Century.
  • Welshpool High School Special Assemblies, PSE lessons, the whole school will be sharing a heart. Hearts will be posted on Twitter, Facebook and on the school website.
  • Barnardo's We work hard to educate children about online safety and we’re pleased to be getting behind Safer Internet Day. We’re getting behind Safer Internet Day by raising awareness through our various digital channels.
  • Welsh Government In Wales, SWGfL (co-ordinators of the UK Safer Internet Centre) in partnership with Welsh Government have an app competition for young people and organised events for the day.
  • 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.
  • Asmall Primary School We will have lots of activities during the day, an assembly for all children and a parent E-Safety workshop.
  • Sacred Heart Primary School We are celebrating Safer Internet Day by creating 'Share a heart' posters throughout the school. We have also invited an IT security company to do some internet safety work with our year 6 pupils.
  • Hob Green Primary School At Hob Green, we are committed to promoting internet safety for all of our children. Throughout the week, pupils will participate in a range of practical activities aimed at keeping them safe online.
  • Montem Primary School Singing our way to celebration - we shall have the whole school engaged in making the Internet a safer place. Parents will come to our assembly to give their support!