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Supporters

Activities took place right across the UK for Safer Internet Day 2017 to promote the safe and positive use of technology. 

This is a list of organisations who have registered to share what they are doing in support of Safer Internet Day. 

 

Total Safer Internet Day Supporters

1,645
  • 1,177
    School/college
  • 119
    Charity/youth
  • 158
    Business
  • 57
    Government
  • 31
    Police
  • 103
    Other
  • Rawmarsh Thorogate Junior & Infant School For Safer Internet Day we will have a whole school assembly, Digital Leaders working with classes and will be sharing ideas / resources with parents.
  • Woodborough CE Primary School We will begin with a whole school assembly that will explain this year's theme. Classes will then spend one day during the week focusing on how to make the internet a safer place for everyone.
  • Thursfield Primary School For Safer Itnernet Day we will have a whole school assembly, parent workshop, circle times and e-safety lessons in each class
  • Oldmixon Primary School Oldmixon school will be celebrating Safer Internet Day 2017 by getting involved in a number of activities from reception through to year 6.
  • Bishop Rawstorne Church of England Academy All years will have a workshop on safer internet use and an assembly
  • Oakwood Court College We will be raising awareness of the new SID 2017 theme. We embed e-safety throughout our academic year, but between January and February the whole college focuses on how to stay safe on the internet.
  • QEHS Carmarthen Digital Champions will be distributing stickers. Registration form activities for all pupils; which include watching videos, a quiz, design a poster and games on Kahoot.
  • Suffolk County Council We will share the views and experiences of over 3000 children & young people aged 11+, who took part in our annual cybersurvey, and outlining how our partners are going to respond to their needs.
  • St Canice's PS We will be creating multimedia information by children to share message of a "Safer Internet!"
  • ParentMail We will be promoting Safer Internet Day from our social media channels to raise awareness with schools and parents about keeping young people safe online!
  • The Chalet School For Safer Internet Day KS2 will hold an assembly and help Smartie to make safe choices. They will engage in a number of activities, all relating to our PSHE and Computing Staying Safe Online topic.
  • Instagram Instagram's aim is to assist in spreading the message of SID using our own channels. We will also provide quote from the Head of Public Policy on our support of SID and importance of this day.
  • Paisley YMCA We are working with local young people to create a TouchCast video regarding internet safety for other young people to use as an information service.
  • Harrap Computer Systems Ltd We will be running an E-Safety session for students, staff and parents explaining how to keep safe when using the internet. This will be taking place at one of the schools we support.
  • Scottish Canals Scottish Canals will be using Safer Internet Day as a way of raising awareness of internet safety - both at home and at work.
  • Flushing C of E Primary School We will be supporting safer internet day with school assemblies and classroom activities.
  • Trafalgar Infant School Our Digital Leaders will be helping present a special assembly to Yr 1 and 2 and will also be visiting our reception children to talk to them about e-safety. Staff have a refresher Inset after school.
  • St Nicholas School We will be running Safer Internet Day activities across the school.
  • Crosfields School Pupils will be taking the Childnet Quiz to test their understanding of the SMART rules and doing age specific activities as well as participating in classroom discussion.
  • Al-Ashraf Primary School As a school our upper years will be having special e-safety sessions delivered by Security experts, whilst our lower years will be having class sessions on e-safety by teachers.
  • Theatre Royal Haymarket Masterclass Trust Our anti-cyberbullying project, Cyberscene is promoting safe use of digital technologies by delivering a SID performance with colleges & raising awareness with digital games on twitter
  • Eliot Bank Primary School Eliot Bank Primary School in Lewisham will be learning how to stay safe online in expert-led e-safety workshops.
  • Kingsley Community Primary School Assemblies and activities on the day - eSafety sessions all through the week during computing lessons.
  • The Vaynor First School A talk for parents and workshops for the children and a whole school assembly.
  • Stop it Now! Stop it Now! will be supporting Safer Internet Day by amplifying messages via social media. We will share our own resources and those of others so children have what they need to stay safe online.
  • Mereside Primary School We will have a whole school Assembly, poster competition informing of what to do to stay safe online and a parents information session
  • Prison! Me! No Way!!! Jersey In support of the SID 2017 campaign, PMNW in partnership with the States of Jersey Police will be delivering lessons to students Years 8-12 at every secondary school & college on the Island of Jersey. Awareness raised by PR and social media
  • Become We will share information with children and young people in care and young care leavers about how to stay safe online
  • The Grange We are providing drop in sessions for people we support to take part in Internet Safetey lessons and discussions throught the day.
  • Compass School We will be holding assemblies, running a parental workshop, carrying out tutor activities from KS1 to KS4 and adding email signatures to all staff emails to show support for SID 2017.