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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

  • 1,177
  • 119
  • 158
  • 57
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  • We will be sharing SID news with our staff and clients.
  • Bournemouth Libraries All the staff and public computers in our 12 libraries will have the SID2017 posters displayed as desktop wallpaper from 4-11 February and some libraries will be hosting SID2017 parent/children quizzes
  • Elm Tree Community Primary We're going to produce an E-Safety video around the area of online gaming and keeping children safe online. The children have written a script they wish to perform and we're hoping to go VIRAL!
  • Peter Lea Primary School Safer Internet Day will be the focal point of our whole school Internet Safety Week. Children from nursery to Y6 will be learning about how to keep themselves safe online
  • Shout Spark & Go We will be attending the training courses and sharing the information provided on the #SID2017 pages via our website and social media.
  • Upottery Primary School Safe use of the internet will be discussed in each class throughout the school.
  • St. Michael's C of E Primary School We are starting the day with Safer Internet Day assemblies to create excitement across the school. The whole school are creating their own Emoji’s to put on Twitter to promote #giveasmile.
  • The Bridge School We will have an e-safety coffee morning for parents
  • Mandeville Primary School Mandeville will be celebrating Safer Internet Day this year by highlighting how important it is to stay safe online. We will have an assembly, workshops and more about how to keep safe on the web.
  • North Lakes School We will have a special assembly, we will also be using the SID classroom resources, using the Sing Up resources to sing songs about Esafety and revisit our top 10 Esafety rules.
  • St Cyres School Lessons during PSE and form time activities
  • Al-Ashraf Secondary School for Girls As a school, we will have a whole school assembly dedicated to e-safety which will be delivered by a IT Security specialists. We will use this a basis for class discussions throughout the day.
  • St Patrick's Academy As well as year group assemblies, we will be running a competition on e-safety.
  • Lime Tree Primary School We will have E-Safety Activities for Children and an E-Safety Information Evening for Parents
  • Access Training (East Midlands) Ltd Access Training will be promoting safer internet usage to learners in the classroom with a taught session and apprentices in the workplace through flipped learning resources.
  • Statham Primary School Having an E Safety Week with an assembly, presentation and competitions.
  • Scottish Qualifications Authority We'll be producing a series of top-tips for staying safe online, as well as guidance on how to best protect your data.
  • Key2 Futures As part of our scheme to secure a bright future for our young clients in need, we celebrate SID by providing advice for safe, responsible and fun use of the internet through regular blogs and notices.
  • Therfield School Providing informational activities to Students to raise awareness of online safety. This will take place through assemblies, tutor time and several other lessons.
  • Thomas Buxton Primary School We will be joining in the #giveasmile campaign and taking part in lessons to promote our understanding of how to use the internet safely.
  • Exning Primary School We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day by holding Key Stage assemblies and running a selection of online safety activities.
  • Bridgwater College Academy Letters to parents, T.Shirts, Assemblies, Workshops, Links across the curriculum.
  • Four Swannes School E-Safety assembly for KS2, individual e-safety lessons for KS1 and EYFS. E-safety workshop for parents.
  • St. Charles' RCP School We will be taking part in lessons designed to make sure we continue to be safe online. We will also explore a range of issues specific to our children's needs!
  • Southampton Local Safeguarding Boards We will be sharing information and raising awareness through our multiagency partnerships and facilitating an Online Safety workshop delivered by young people for frontline professionals.
  • John Mason School Cross curricular project for students during Safer Internet Day.
  • Cambian Group Hartlepool School We are holding a full school assembly and having a joint group activity across KS3 and KS4 to create a display in school highlighting the dangers of the internet and how to use the web safely.
  • Dorset Police Safe Schools Officers will be carrying out online safety talks in schools for students, parents and carers and professionals
  • The King's School, Macclesfield (Infant & Junior Division) We will have an assembly for pupils presented by our E-Safety Officers, a presentation to parents, information sheet for parents on school website, quizzes and competitions
  • Hilton Primary Academy As an academy we will be promoting the use of safer internet throughout the academy for all children as well as providing e safety workshops for parents and families.